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Opened specifically for the 1972 Summer Olympics, the then Olympic Basketball Gymnasium has since been renamed the Audi Dome. The stadium hosts tons of sporting events and is the home of the FC Bayern München basketball team. Apart from sporting events, the Audi Dome is also used for concerts and has hosted the likes of Frank Zappa and Bruce Springsteen.
Comprising three sections, Olympia-Eissportzentrum has plenty of scope for sports entertainment. The SoccArena, ice stadium and training hall are the three parts of this facility. The stadium is home to the Eishockeyclub Red Bull München. Public skating is very popular here.
One of Munich's largest concert venue, the Olympiahalle, forms part of the unique complex specially created to host the 1972 Olympic Games. Used for performances by international rock and pop superstars, this is, without doubt, one of the most popular venues for music lovers in the city. Apart from concerts, spectacular musicals, dance performances, sporting events, and collectors' road-shows are also hosted at this venue. This venue is abuzz with some of the most awaited games and events throughout the year.
Completed in 2005, the 69,901-seat Allianz Arena is home to the popular football club Bayern Munchen and was built just in time for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Designed by Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron, the arena is unique with its round shape and soft white facade that comes alive once it is illuminated in bright hues during games. The stadium is climate controlled and often abuzz with the roars of massive crowds cheering for their favorite teams. It also boasts of 106 luxury boxes for those wishing to go as a group. A hub of sports and culture in Germany, the stadium exudes unbridled energy of the nation's love for football.