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INFO Olympiastadion is located north of Munich’s city center in Olympiapark. The stadium was built in 1972 for the Summer Olympic Games and designed by German architect Günther Behnisch. With its sweeping transparent canopies... ... read more

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Olympiastadion Videos

Michael Jackson: HIStory World Tour (Live in Olympic Stadium. Munich,Germany) 06/07/1997
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Michael Jackson: HIStory World Tour (Live in Olympic Stadium. Munich,Germany) 06/07/1997
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Bon Jovi Olympic Stadium, Munich, Germany 12.06.2011
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Munich Olympic Stadium
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U2 - The wave at the Olympic Stadium (Munich, Sep 15, 2010)
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AC/DC - Munich - Olympic Stadium - 15.05.2009 - Whole lotta Rosie
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Orsino Olympic Stadium Munich 2006
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Olympiastadion Information

Olympiastadion - Stadium in Munich.

Olympiastadion is located north of Munich’s city center in Olympiapark.

The stadium was built in 1972 for the Summer Olympic Games and designed by German architect Günther Behnisch. With its sweeping transparent canopies of glass, the stadium was meant to imitate the Alps and be a symbol for the free and democratic West Germany.

When not a sports stadium, Olympiastadion is a venue for big concerts. Past performances at Olympiastadion have included shows by Michael Jackson, who played to a sold out stadium five times, Bon Jovi, Guns N’ Roses, Depeche Mode, U2, Bruce Springsteen, AC/DC, and the Rolling Stones.

Olympiastadion has a capacity for just fewer than 70,000 spectators.

Until 2006 Olympiastadion was home field for Munich’s football (soccer) team Bayern Munich. The stadium has also hosted many major football matches including the 1974 World Cup Final and the Euro Final in 1988. It has also hosted the European Cup Finals of 1979, 1993 and 1997.

Parts of the 1975 science fiction film Rollerball were filmed outside the stadium.

Olympiastadion User Reviews

Average rating:
Meh... unless it's a good event
Amster M. Nov 18, 2012
Definitely worth seeing when you want to check out a gig, soccer game, or a winter event like the Air & Style snowboard competition. I went for that, and it was kickass. I was working a lot at the event, but that was a positive thing, because I got the check out the VIP area, party at the athlete bar, and really run around the whole arena. That's the minor let down though: it's impressive to look at, but it's just your average, massive, modern day arena.
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