Bayern Munich Allianz Arena capacity is 75021 when holding domestic matches and 69344 when holding international matches.As one of the most impressive and modern football stadiums in European football, Bayern Munich Allianz Arena was jointly funded by Germany’s most successful club Bayern Munich and city rivals Munich 1860, and was officially opened on 31 May 2005 to host the opening ceremony of the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany.Until Munich 1860 moved out of this stadium in 2017, Bayern Munich Allianz Arena was the common home of both Bayern Munich and Munich 1860.
Inside the Bayern Munich Allianz Arena,The most impressive feature is the huge Bayern logo in the South Stand, which is flanked by the full name of FC Bayern Munich in English and the well-known slogan “mia san mia”,which means “We are what we are”in English.Whenever Bayern Munich play at home, the Bayern Munich Allianz Arena turns into a sea of red. At the same time, the stadium’s facade is illuminated in red to symbolise the home team Bayern Munich.
The history of the Champions League final is marked by a tragic story at the Bayern Munich Allianz Arena, where Bayern Munich faced Chelsea, a Premier League side who had never won the competition before, in the 2012 Champions League final. After scoring a goal, Bayern lost on penalties to Chelsea and failed to win the trophy at home. But a year later, Bayern won their fifth ever Champions League trophy in London.