Olympic Ice Sport Centre

It had been here at first. Before all other venues in the Olympic Park. Back in 1967 the Olympic Ice Stadium had been opened, long before the construction works for the Summer Olympic Games began, at a time, when there were still planes taking off and landing at the here located airfield of the Oberwiesenfeld.

The Olympic Ice Stadium became the stage for many enthralling showdowns of Germany’s Ice Hockey Team facing top-class opponents like Russia or Canada, the Czech Republic or Sweden. Over the decades it has also been home ground for the top flight Munich Ice Hockey teams like the EHC 1970, EC Hedos, the Munich Barons and EHC Red Bull Munich. Its versatility has been proved not only by hosting the Olympic Boxing in 1972 but also by the Basketball team of Bayern Munich which used the arena as their temporary venue between 2010 and 2011.

The Olympic Ice Sport Centre, home of Munich Ice Sport Clubs and the National Short Track Training Centre, also provides a high level of public leisure acitivites, with the public ice rink next door and the indoor football ground SoccArena.

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On purchasing an entry ticket for the Olympic Ice Sports Centre or booking a court in the SoccArena you will receive a €1.50 rebate on your car parking charges on presenting your car park ticket (does not apply to persons under 18 or accompanying persons).

On presentation of the SEA LIFE ticket (within one week) you will receive € 0.50 discount off the entry price to the Olympic Ice Sports Centre.

Highlights

Olympic Ice Sport Centre Event Highlights

Since the Olympic Games in 1972, 4.4 million visitors attended 1,596 events in the Olympic Ice Sport Centre.

Furthermore 11.1 millions guests enjoyed ice skating as well as participating fun sports in the former Action Area in the Olympic Ice Skating Tent until 2003. Since June 2004 the Ice Skating Tent is location of a new attraction: the Olympiapark SoccArena. The Training Hall is home to the top level ice skaters and various ice sports clubs and schools. 

(lasted update 31.12.2020)

1973
EV Füssen/EC Bad Tölz v Soviet Union
1973, 1977
Germany v USA
1975
EV Füssen/EHC München 70 v Soviet Union
1980, 1991
Germany v CSSR
1984, 1985, 1987, 1989
Germany v Soviet Union
1985
Germany v Switzerland
1986
Germany v Canada
1987, 1989
Germany v Sweden
1991
Germany v CSFR
2008
Germany v Finland
2014
Germany v Russia
2011, 2012
Boxing and Kickboxing: Steko’s Fight Night
2013
X-Games
2014, 2015, 2016
Munich Mash
2014
Electronic Wheelchair World Championship

Olympic Ice Sport Centre Key Facts

  Ice Stadium Ice skating tent Training hall
Capacity:   6,262 seats   -/- 600 seats
Length:
Width:
Height:
94.52 m
60.77 m
12.25 m
87.00 m
64.00 m
15.30 m
78.50 m
35.00 m
13.00 m
Enclosed Space: 70,000 m3 -/- 22,950 m3
Ice Area: 30 x 60 m 45 x 60 m   30 x 60 m
Lighting System: 1,200 Lux 400 Lux 1,200 Lux