Hertha BSC – FC Bayern Munich

Hertha BSC home game

Bundesliga, Round 20 of the 2021/2022 season
Sunday, January 23rd, 2021
Kick-Off: 5:30 pm


  Important information regarding your visit:

According to the First Ordinance amending the Fourth SARS-CoV-2 Infection Protection Measures Ordinance of the State of Berlin, access to the Olympiastadion Berlin is only permitted under 2G+ conditions (recovered from SARS-CoV2 or vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 and negative test certificate).

Access is only permitted under the following conditions:

• 2G-proof (vaccinated or recovered)
• negative test evidence (valid until the end of the event)
• photo document (e.g. identity card)
• season ticket or VIP ticket
• FFP2 mask

Proof of complete vaccination protection is provided by checking the digital vaccination certificate via:

• The CovPass. You can find all information about the CovPass app here.
• The Corona-Warn-App (‘corona warning app’). You can find all information about the Corona-Warn-App here.

Those who have recovered must also present the certificate of recovery in digital form. Doctors’ offices and pharmacies issue these certificates.

Admission with your mandatory negative test certificate is possible if:

• the rapid antigen test is not older than 24 hours.
• the PCR test is not older than 48 hours.
• takes place at a test center connected via the Corona-Warn-App.

The regulation discussed at the federal-state summit on December 14, 2021 that boosted people do not need additional test evidence in 2G + conditions was not included in the current infection protection regulation in Berlin. The 2G + rule therefore applies to all viewers!

There is a permanent FFP2 mask requirement in the Olympiastadion Berlin. The FFP2 mask must also be worn at the seat, you are only allowed to remove it when consuming food and drinks.

You can find detailed information on hygiene and admission instructions, exceptions to the 2G + regulation and the FFP2 mask requirement, arrival by car or public transport, pocket rules, issue and deposit points and access for people with disabilities here (note: german language).

Please also note: The entrance at the south gate will not be opened due to the small number of spectators. You will find the barrier-free entrance at the east gate, facing the stadium, on the right-hand side.


  Due to the pandemic situation and the current Infection Protection Ordinance (Infektionsschutzverordnung), the regulations may change at short notice. Please inform yourself on the channels of Hertha BSC about the current access rules.


  • Wheelchair Access

    For information on handicap tickets for severely disabled persons with characteristic B, deaf persons, blind/visually impaired persons and wheelchair users, please contact barrierefrei@herthabsc.de or check out the FAQ section on the website of Hertha BSC right here.

    Hertha BSC visitors driving to the stadium are asked to use the parking lot P05 (Trakehner Allee), which offers wheelchair accessible parking. You will only receive a vehicle access permit if you can present a severely handicapped pass. Please be aware of the limited availability.

    The access routes through the East and South Gates, respectively, are recommendations only. In general, all entrance routes can be chosen individually. The concept for the support and care of guests in wheelchairs can change according to each event organizer.

    Guests in wheelchairs can easily access the lower stands via entrances in blocks C/D, G/H, J/K, N, Q/R and S/T. All seats for disabled people can be found in the inner gallery in row 41. An adequate number of kiosks and handicap-accessible bathrooms can be found in the lower stand areas as well.

  • What is allowed, what is not allowed

    The following items are permitted on the stadium grounds:

    – Walkers

    – alcohol-free drinks with a siza of max. 0.25 Liter (Tetra Pak)

    The following items are not permitted on the stadium grounds:

    – professional cameras and equipment, reflex cameras, zoom lens cameras

    – tripods

    – food or drinks of any kind

    – video cameras / audio recording devices

    – folding or camping chairs, stools

    – glass or cans

    – picnic boxes, coolers, bulky objects

    – strollers

    – animals

    – weapons of any kind

    – fireworks

    – hairspray, spray paint


    Modified pocket regulation: In the Olympiastadion Berlin, bags must have a size smaller than a normal A4 sheet (297mm x 210mm) with a maximum depth of 15 cm.

    Further information can be found on the Hertha BSC website.

    The current house rules of the Olympiastadion Berlin GmbH apply.

  • Press accreditation

    Accreditations are only available through Hertha BSC. More information here.