Bayern Munich (first team in town) weren't playing that week, but the 2nd division TSV were. But despite seeming boring before we went we had a great time at the stadium. The Allianz Arena in Munich is an ultramodern structure inaugurated in 2005 and it is really quite interesting from the outside. The strange thing is that the outside changes color according to the team playing, so that at night it is even more impressive.
Imagine our surprise when we were walking by the Olympic village and a man came over and gave us two tickets to what looked like a party. We decided to go as we were there, so we turned up at the velodrome which was full of teenagers who were watching a concert. But the most interesting thing was that, between songs, there were compeititors doing speed tests. Quite an experience.
The Stuttgart football stadium is situated in the neighborhood of Obertürkheim, east of the city. It is home to the German champions last year and was the scene of several World Cup matches in 2006 in Germany. The stadium opened in 2006 and it has a capacity of up to 53200 spectators. The reforms to prepare the site for the past world cup amounted to 50 million euros. I had the opportunity to go to a match in Stuttgart where they were playing against the team par excellence, Bayern Munich. I had a great time. I also realized that the country relies heavily on football, I am much more passionate about Spanish football teams. I recommend coming to visit this place, it is fantastic.
O2 World is a multi-use venue in Berlin, Germany, opened in September 2008. With a capacity of 17,000 people, home of the hockey team and Eisbären Berlin basketaball team ALBA Berlin, and features games like ice hockey, basketball and handball, as well as concerts. I liked it because this stadium had a grass enclosure, a striking color that caught my attention! The Berlin Bear! What's more, it's directly opposite the Berlin Wall!