NFL in Munich: Huge rush for tickets for Allianz Arena – Munich

Advance ticket sales for the German premiere of the National Football League (NFL) in Munich began at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, and all tickets were gone after around 55 minutes. In the match on November 13th in the Fröttmaninger Arena, the Seattle Seahawks meet the Tampa Bay Buccaneers around quarterback superstar Tom Brady, who has already been involved in seven Super Bowl victories.

According to a media report, almost 750,000 people are said to have been waiting in the digital queue in the morning for a ticket. Only 50,000 tickets were up for sale. Like the portal of the sports broadcaster Sport1 reported, interested parties should continue to purchase secondary market tickets exclusively through Ticketmaster Resale. According to the NFL, this site is the only authorized resale partner.

Conversion work in the Allianz Arena for NFL game

The newly formed partnership between the NFL and the German cities of Munich and Frankfurt will initially run for four years. There will be one regular season game in Germany every year until 2025. The Arena in Fröttmaning and the Waldstadion in Frankfurt alternate year after year.

The conversion work in the Munich stadium began in mid-June for the premiere in November. Among other things, the field has to be enlarged and holes dug for the high goal posts.