The Olympiastadion in Berlin has remained a mainstay among German sports stadiums since its opening on August 1, 1936, in preparation for the 1936 Summer Olympic Games. Located on Olympischer Platz 3, 14053, it forms part of the Olympiapark Berlin, the wide-ranging German sports complex also built in time for the 1936 Olympic Games. At the time of those games, it reached a maximum attendance number of about 100,000. Since the completion of renovations in 1974, Olympiastadion Berlin seating capacity has maxed out at 74,475. Notable Olympiastadion Berlin events have nearly always been sports-related and have included three matches from the 1974 FIFA World Cup and six matches from the 2006 FIFA World Cup. It also hosted the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup and the 2015 UEFA Champions League Final. In addition to this, it has been the home of the Hertha BSC soccer club since 1963 and hosts the DFB-Polal final match each year, making it one of the most prestigious soccer venues in the world. Given this illustrious past, every sporting event at the venue is potentially history-making. Reserve your Olympiastadion Berlin tickets at StubHub today.
How large is the field at the center of the Olympiastadion Berlin?
The field at the Olympiastadion Berlin measures 105 metres by 68 metres.
Are you allowed to bring cameras to Olympiastadion Berlin events?
You are allowed to bring cameras and take photos for your own personal use, but you may not put them to commercial use without first getting permission from the press office.
Is the Olympiastadion Berlin a wheelchair-friendly facility?
The stadium is wheelchair-accessible, but ask staff for assistance with seating in advance.
How do you reach the Olympiastadion Berlin by public transport?
The following major lines of public transport go the Olympiastadion: the S-Bahn line S3 and S9 to the S-Bahn station Olympiastadion; the U-Bahn line U2 to the U-Bahn station Olympiastadion; and the M49 bus line to Flatowallee.
What are some restaurants or bars near the Olympiastadion Berlin?
Within the Olympiastadion itself, there is a restaurant called the AuswŠrtsblock where you can grab a bit before Olympiastadion Berlin events. There's also a place for visitors to get snacks called the Snackpoint im Sommerbad. Some outside restaurants and bars include the Olympia-Eck, a bistro on Flatowallee 28, 14055; Il Porto, an Italian restaurant on Angerburger Allee 45, 14055; and the Pichelsberger Krug, a pub on Schirwindter Allee 24, 14055.
Are there parking lots or garages at or near the Olympiastadion Berlin?
There are as many as eight large parking lots in the immediate vicinity of the Olympiastadion Berlin on Glockenturmstra§e, Passenheimerstra§e, Olympischer Platz and Trakehner Allee. There are also some other parking lots a bit further away. One of the more distant parking lots is the ParkplŠtze Flatowallee on Flatowallee 6-14, 14055.Back to Top
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