Inside the Olympiahalle with fans at the world championship 2019.



Olympic Hall

Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, 80809 Munich

Capacity: 12,000 spectators

Handball history: Handball history: The Olympic Hall was the scene of the first Olympic tournament in indoor handball in 1972 and hosted a round group at the 2019 IHF Men´s World Championship. The arena is known for its great atmosphere during handball matches The venue also hosted numerous international matches and the Super Cup of the Handball Bundesliga. In january 2024 the handball history of munich will continue: the olympic hall will be part of the german locations at the Men´s EHF EURO 2024.

Dominik Klein, World Champion 2007 and three times EHF Champions League winner: „Bavaria can play handball“ was the motto of the IHF Men´s World Championship 2019 in the Olympic Hall in Munich, and the event was a huge success. Why should it go wrong when a big international handball event returns to the arena in 2024? I´m sure that everyone in Munich will be thrilled, and not just Munich, but throughout Bavaria, when the European handball teams show great games in this historical venue.


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