16 x 9 metres Munichs largest TV is going to get bigger
The World Cup quarter finals between Germany and England: what a match. What memories! All anyone can think about is the Wembley goal of 1966 or the legendary penalty in 1990. A truly spectacular game! And hugely popular with fans.
The Olympic Park has noticed this, and set up a second screen inside the Olympic Stadium. It’s a true winner too, covering an area of no less than 144 square metres! Even the 104-metre screen was a record. But now, there are almost 250 more square metres of video wall available in top quality for fans to enjoy in the Olympic Stadium. This will increase the capacity to 60,000 spectators. One video wall is in front of the covered grandstand, but fans can also watch on the pitch. The second video wall is in front of the opposite grandstand, which is also a fantastic place to be, especially with the summer weather forecast for Sunday. The football programme from Radio Arabella will once again get the fans on both grandstands into an excited football mood.
In view of the anticipated popularity of the event, tickets must be bought in advance. Admission to the public viewing impark10 will, despite the top match in the quarter finals, will remain at Euro 4 (6-14 year olds, children under the age of 6 are admitted free) or Euro 6 (aged 15 and over and adults). The ticket price includes a free drink. The free drink is equivalent to Euro 2.80 (water) or Euro 3.50 (beer).
Tickets can be obtained in advance from München Ticket or at the box office: +49 (0)180 54 81 81 81 or www.muenchenticket.de