Berlin’s Olympia Stadion is the largest international football stadium in Germany. Built for the 1936 Summer Olympics, the stadium is steeped in glorious sporting history and holds a special place in the hearts of sporting fans across the country, having hosted the 2006 FIFA World Cup and the 2015 UEFA Champions League Final.
Experience the thrill of 74,000 fans gathering at Olympia Stadion to cheer on Berlin’s home team, the Hertha BSC football club. Throughout the year, you can witness major international sporting events from football to athletics, as well as world-renowned musicians, such as Robbie Williams, Madonna and The Rolling Stones.
Sporting enthusiasts can join one of several guided tours for a behind-the-scenes look at the stadium’s VIP areas, change rooms and underground warm-up hall. Learn about Germany’s remarkable sporting history while cycling or walking around the stadium before stepping onto the iconic blue athletics track to view the stadium from an athlete's perspective.
Olympia Stadion is located in Westend, a short walk from Neu-Westend Underground Stadium. On game days, buses, trains, and cycling are the best forms of transport. However, outside of game days there’s ample parking around the stadium.