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Scotland fans in Munich: Full matchday guide to the Allianz Arena

After an excellent qualifying campaign, Scotland are set to begin their Euro 2024 campaign against hosts, Germany, on Friday, 14 June. The match will take place at the Allianz Arena and a sell-out crowd is expected to see Steve Clarke's men take on the giants of Germany.

For the thousands of Scotland fans expected to be inside the stadium for the match, the guide below provides you with everything you need to know about the Allianz Arena and the city of Munich.

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The Allianz Arena – Photo by Icon Sport

How many Scotland fans are going to Munich?

It is difficult to put an exact number on the number of Scotland fans in Munich for Euro 2024. Rough estimates suggest that the number will exceed 100,000 with the Tartan Army keen to make the most of the tournament, given that Germany is an easy country to get to from Scotland and the fact they aren't regulars at international tournaments.

Officially, Scotland have been given 10,000 tickets for the match against Germany at the Allianz Arena but more are expected to be inside the stadium through resale tickets purchased from German fans. Also, by the law of averages, some Scotland fans will have been successful in the Euro 2024 ballot for ‘neutral' tickets.

Despite that, Germany are expected to have far more fans inside the Allianz Arena on June 14th as they are the host nation. Therefore, the match will feel like an away game for Scotland the Tartan Army.

Where do the Scotland fans sit in the Allianz Arena?

Typically for matches at the Allianz Arena, away fans are placed in the upper corner of the stadium from blocks 347-340 on the east side of the ground. However, as this is an international tournament, Scotland fans have been placed elsewhere.

The 10,000 contingent will be sat behind one of the goals on the north side of the stadium in the lower tier. It should make for a great spectacle, especially when Scotland are attacking that goal. Scotland fans who have obtained tickets not from the SFA will be dotted around the stadium at random.

Full fans' matchday guide for Germany vs Scotland

The entire matchday experience for Germany vs Scotland at Euro 2024 will be different from a normal match. Scotland fans will be expected to mingle not only with Germany supporters but also fans of other nations who have games in Munich during the group stage.

Where to eat & drink for Scotland fans in Munich

There are plenty of options for food and drink in Munich as it is a city that is more than equipped to deal with large numbers of football fans. Aside from the fan zone (more on that shortly), here are some recommendations for pre-match festivities in Munich:

  • Kilians Irish Pub – Frauenplatz 11, 80333 München, Germany
  • Ned Kelly's Australian Bar – Frauenplatz 11, 80331 München, Germany
  • Le Clou – München – Heiliggeiststraße 1, 80331 München, Germany

Fan zone for Scotland fans in Munich

Munich is fully embracing Euro 2024 and has created a fan zone at the Olympic Stadium, the former home of Bayern Munich. All matches during Euro 2024 can be watched in the fan Zone and the Olympiapark on a floating giant screen on the lake.

The fan zone is open to all and is free to enter. Inside, fans will be able to enjoy live music, get a bite to eat and have a drink while soaking up the atmosphere and/or watching the football. For Scotland fans without tickets to the match, this is where you are going to want to watch the match.

How to get to the Allianz Arena: Guide for Scotland fans in Munich

The Allianz Arena is easy to get to via public transport from the city centre. Head to Marienplatz and then take the u6 underground line in the direction of Garching-Hochbruck. Depart the train at Frottmanning and then enjoy a 15-minute walk to the stadium.

If you aren't nearby to Martineplatz then you can take the S-Bahn from Munich Main Station or East Station to get to it.

You could also drive to the stadium or get a taxi if you'd prefer. The journey will take you down the A9 motorway before exiting at Munchen-Frottmaning-Sud. You will be able to find plenty of car parking in the vicinity of the stadium once you approach it.


Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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