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About Bayern Munich vs Arsenal Tickets 2023/24

With a capacity of 75,000, the Allianz Arena truly comes alive for fixtures at this magnificent venue, and no less when it's a mouthwatering European fixture.

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Bayern Munich vs Arsenal History

Bayern Munich are repeated winners of both the European Cup and the modern UEFA Champions League, while Arsenal continues to search and strive for a maiden title in this competition.

The Bavarian outfit claimed a first European Cup triumph in 1974, beating Atletico Madrid 4-0 in a replay following a 120th-minute leveller in the final. Bayern retained the trophy the following season by defeating Leeds United, and again in 1976 with victory over Saint-Etienne.

25 years would go by before Bayern eventually reclaimed European honours. Die Roten lost to Aston Villa in the 1982 European Cup final and against FC Porto in 1987, arguably two games the German side should have won. It took more than a decade to return to the very heights of the competition, and when they did so, they suffered perhaps the most painful loss in the history of the club.

The 1999 Champions League final saw Bayern Munich take on Manchester United at the Camp Nou in Barcelona. Mario Basler put Bayern in front with a clever free-kick in the first half. The Bavarians were within touching distance of the trophy, though Man United flipped the game on its head in second-half stoppage time and denied Bayern a fourth European Cup/Champions league title.

Two years later, Bayern redeemed themselves against Valencia in the Champions League final, winning on penalties. However, Die Roten would suffer more heartbreak prior to returning to the throne of European football, losing to Inter Milan in the 2009/10 UCL final and then against Chelsea two years later.

In 2013, Bayern lifted this trophy for a fifth time with victory over Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium. A sixth success followed in 2020 thanks to Kingsley Coman's solitary goal versus Paris Saint-Germain in Lisbon.

On the other hands, Arsenal don't boast as much a storied history in UEFA's premier club competition. The Gunners didn't feature frequently in the European Cup/Champions League until the arrival of manager Arsène Wenger in 1996. They subsequently played 19 consecutive seasons of Champions League football until Wenger stepped down in 2017.

In 2005/06, Arsenal progressed beyond the quarter-finals for the first time and went all the way to the final. The Gunners met FC Barcelona at the Stade de France, where the two teams played out a thrilling encounter. Wenger saw keeper Jens Lehmann sent off after just 18 minutes, but his side rallied to take the lead before half-time through Sol Campbell. Arsenal held firm until the 76th minute when Samuel Eto’o equalized. Then Juliano Belletti scored a winner just five minutes later to end Wenger’s challenge for a first-ever European title.

Arsenal would also reach the Champions League semi-finals in 2009, but lost to Premier League rivals Manchester United, in addition to multiple quarter-final appearances before the end of Wenger's spell in charge.

The 2023/24 season saw Arsenal return to the Champions League arena following a six-year spell without playing in the competition. The Gunners topped their group before narrowly beating FC Porto on penalties in the Round of 16.

Bayern Munich vs Arsenal Stats and Mutual Connections

Bayern veteran Thomas Müller scored five goals in seven games against the Gunners from 2013-17, including two in his team's 5-1 victory over these opponents in the 2015/16 group stage.

In terms of players who have represented both these teams, Lukas Podolski is perhaps the first to come to mind. The Germany forward joined Arsenal from FC Koln in 2012, having earlier spent three years at Bayern.

Serge Gnabry was 16 when he was signed to the Arsenal youth teams in 2011. He made his first-team debut in the 2012/13 season, though he made just 18 senior appearances before switching to Werder Bremen in 2016. Gnabry immediately showcased his potential and was soon on the receiving end of a move to Bayern. The Germany winger has played more than 230 times for the Bavarians.

Bayern Munich vs Arsenal Head-to-Head

These two sides have met repeatedly, with Bayern Munich more often than not securing the upper hand over their Premier League opponents. The 2004/05 season saw the first in a series of UCL knockout clashes between the two sides, this one coming in the Round of 16. Bayern Munich won the first leg, 3-1, and advanced to the quarter-finals despite losing in the return fixture at Highbury.

The teams contested another last-16 tie in the 2012/13 Champions League. Both Bayern and Arsenal were victorious away from home, though it was the Bavarians who progressed via the away-goal rule following a 3-3 aggregate scoreline. The very next season they reconvened at the same stage, and this fixture ended 1-1 after Lukas Podolski equalised just moments after Bastian Schweinsteiger's opener. Bayern went through, having picked up a 2-0 win at the Emirates Stadium.

In 2016/17, Bayern and Arsenal were once again paired together in the Round of 16. This time, however, the tie was a lot more one-sided than in previous encounters. Die Roten claimed a resounding 10-2 victory on aggregate, winning 5-1 home and away. Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben both scored in either leg, with the likes of Thiago, Thomas Müller and Arturo Vidal also on the scoresheet against the Gunners.

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Where do Bayern Munich vs Arsenal matches take place?

Home games for Bayern Munich are held at Allianz Arena, located in Munich, Germany. At full capacity, the stadium can seat 75,000 supporters. Arsenal's home fixtures are held at Emirates Stadium in London, United Kingdom. No more than 60,704 fans can enter the venue.

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