Bridging the past and the future

Olympiapark München is one of the city’s most impressive and popular locations. Built for the 1972 Olympic Games, the park’s versatility is still striking today: A potpourri of possibilities and some of the most prominent buildings of the Bavarian state capital are to be found under the trademark tent roof architecture. 

An international event centre, a sports and leisure park as well as a world-famous tourist attraction - Olympiapark and its total area of 850,000 square metres have something in store for everyone. With this unique concentration and combination of different event and leisure facilities as well as the corresponding activities, Olympiapark München has become one of the most prestigious complexes of its kind and serves as a textbook example for a sustainable usage of Olympic venues. 

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Unique, striking, unparalleled: With its spectacular architecture under the arched tent roof, Olympiastadion is more than just the architectural centrepiece of the Olympiapark - since its inauguration in 1972, it has regularly served as the venue for the biggest sporting and cultural events.

By the end of 2020, a total of 220.6 million visitors were recorded and 14,468 sports, cultural and commercial events were organised. The biggest names in pop, rock and classical music have already performed in Olympiapark and enthralled the crowds. In terms of sports, 33 world championships, 12 European championships and more than 100 German championships as well as other major events have been added to the park’s résumé since the 1972 Olympic Games. 

The Olympic site in the north of Munich is operated by Olympiapark München GmbH (OMG), a wholly owned subsidiary of the City of Munich.