Football Tours To Germany
Tournament entry for Boys teams
Easter 2019 see’s the sixth edition of Bayern Soccer Cup, a truly international boy’s football tournament. In the past there have been teams from 9 different nations that have taken part. The tournament will take place in Unterschleißheim and Munich, the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria. The city is the perfect combination of history and modern style, traditions and fun.
Munich is Germany’s largest city in the south and the heart of Bavaria and it’s cultural and alpine district. It is most famous for it’s traditional dress and it’s beer, Munich has six famous breweries located in the city; Paulaner, Löwenbräu , Hofbräuhaus, Augustinerbräu, Hacker Pschorr and Spaten, all of which have their own beer halls located next to each of the breweries. You can sample each of them for very reasonable prices and they are available in half litre and litre Stein glasses. Try them together with traditional Bavarian cuisine, Sausage and Sauerkraut . To complete your evening entertainment a brass band will serenade you with Bavarian music. With this many Cliché’s in one place you may want to don some Lederhosen and join in!
The city’s famous Football team need no introduction, though FC Bayern aren’t the only club that call’s the world class Allianz Home. The arena is shared with neighbours TSV Munchen 1860. They play in Bundesliga 2 and although don’t have the same level of player as Bayern still regularly attract 20,000 fans, remembering the club’s history. The 75-minute stadium tours are hugely popular (no tours on match days). On the tour you will go behind the scenes with a trained Arena guide visiting the middle tier, the main stand lower tier, the press conference area, the dressing rooms, the players' tunnel, the mixed Zone/media area and the promenade/stadium exterior. Experience the atmosphere of the Allianz Arena from the point of view of a professional footballer in the players’ areas and discover the exciting details of this unique structure. This and many other highlights await.
Another option available to you during your stay in Munich is a visit to Olympia park. The area to the north of the city where soldiers once paraded and the world's first Zeppelin landed in 1909 found a new role in the 1960s as the Olympiapark. Built for the 1972 Olympic Summer Games, it has quite a small-scale feel and some may be amazed that the games could once have been held at such a petite venue.
Something that may or may not appeal to you is the Hitler and the Third Reich Munich Walking Tour a 2.5 hour tour where you delve into Munich’s dark past and the birth of the Nazi ideology. Led by a knowledgeable guide, discover the sites that provided backdrops to Adolf Hitler and his followers as they set about founding the Third Reich, giving Munich its title as the ‘Capital of the Nazi Movement.’