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About Bayern Munich vs Liverpool Tickets 2023/24

It would be fair to say that in the history of the European Cup and its successor, the UEFA Champions League, these two teams are among the most celebrated iconic teams to take part.

Both Bayern Munich and Liverpool have won the competition on multiple occasions and are responsible for some of the most memorable moments in its history. Additionally, both teams have massive global followings, meaning interest in tickets for this Allianz Arena clash will be huge.

Fortunately, SeatPick has, nonetheless, a wide variety of tickets for this clash, and users can access these via our platform today. Check out the best deals around today, and within one or two clicks, you could be on your way to watch your heroes in top-tier action.

As of 2023, Bayern Munich and Liverpool both have six titles, and both teams have competed in more than ten finals each, which goes some way to illustrating the mutual impact the two sides have had.

The 1970s saw both teams experience great success. Bayern Munich won their first European Cup in 1974, beating Atletico Madrid 4-0 in a replay after the German side had leveled the first game in the 120th minute.

In 1975 they retained the trophy by beating Leeds United 2-0 in Paris, with Franz Roth and Gerd Muller both scoring in the final twenty minutes. 1976 saw Bayern Munich complete a hat-trick of titles when Franz Roth scored the only goal of the game against Saint-Etienne in Glasgow.

In 1976/77, Bayern Munich saw their amazing run in the competition come to an end when Dynamo Kyiv knocked them out in the Quarter-Final, and Liverpool went on to win the competition, their first success, with Bob Paisley’s side beating Borussia Monchengladbach 3-1 in the final.

They retained the title the following season when Kenny Dalglish scored the only goal at Wembley Stadium, with Liverpool edging out Belgian side Club Brugge.

Paisley won his third European Cup as Liverpool boss in 1981, with the Anfield side beating Real Madrid 1-0 at the Parc des Princes in Paris.

Bayern Munich reached the European Cup Final the following season but were surprise losers as Aston Villa picked up their first, and to date, only European Cup title.

In 1984 Paisley’s replacement Joe Fagan, won Liverpool’s fourth European Cup, in his first season in charge, with a win over AS Roma on penalties at the Stadio Olimpico.

The following year Fagan took Liverpool to another European Cup Final, their fifth in eight years, but the game, which Juventus won thanks to a Michael Platini goal, was overshadowed by the Heysel Stadium disaster.

Bayern Munich lost another final in 1987, this time to FC Porto, with the Portuguese side coming back from a goal down to win in Vienna.

Both teams experienced a lull in their European Cup endeavors, albeit Liverpool’s drop was partly down to British clubs being banned from continental competitions for a number of years.

In 1999 Bayern Munich looked set to win their first UEFA Champions League title and their first top-tier title in over twenty years, but somehow Manchester United stole a victory from the jaws of defeat with Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer both scoring in injury time to cancel out Mario Basler’s early effort.

Fortunately, Die Bayern made up, to an extent, that loss by winning the competition two years later when they beat Valencia in the 2001 final, having beaten Manchester United in the Quarter-Finals.

In 2005 Liverpool won their first title in over 20 years, doing so in some style. Rafa Benitez, who was in his first season in charge of the Merseyside club, took the club to the UEFA Champions League Final and then saw them dismantled by AC Milan in a one-sided first half, with the Italian club going in 3-0 up in Istanbul.

Fueled by an excellent display by captain Steven Gerrard, Liverpool somehow battled back to be level just 16 minutes into the second half. Their keeper, Jerzy Dudek, then managed to pull off a series of superb saves to take the game to penalties, where the Polish goalie saved his best heroics, saving two spot-kicks, while a third missed the target altogether, and a famous title triumph was achieved.

Two years later, Liverpool faced the Rossoneri again, this time in Athens, and were unable to produce the same comeback as they lost 2-1.

In 2010 Bayern Munich were easily overcome by Inter Milan as Jose Mourinho’s side secured a well-deserved 2-0 win, with Argentine international Diego Milito firing home both goals.

2012 meant another final for Bayern Munich, this one taking place at their Allianz Arena home, with Chelsea securing a win via penalties after Didier Drogba had scored a late equalizer before firing home the winning spot-kick.

The following year that horrific result was forgotten thanks to victory over Borussia Dortmund in an all-German affair at Wembley Stadium, with Arjen Robben scoring a late winner.

Under German boss Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool found new found glory in the competition, making it through to three finals in the space of four years.

The Premier League side won the 2018/19 final by beating Tottenham 2-0 in the final, with Liverpool’s astonishing Semi-Final comeback over FC Barcelona arguably being the real magical moment of that campaign.

Sandwiching that success were two UEFA Champions League Final losses to Real Madrid in 2018 and 2022.

Bayern Munich picked up their sixth title when they beat Paris Saint-Germain in Lisbon in 2020, a UEFA Champions League Final played in front of no fans due to the coronavirus restrictions that were in place, during which Kingsley Coman scored the game’s only goal.

Bayern Munich vs Liverpool Head-to-Head

Bayern Munich and Liverpool have met in fifth separate European campaigns, with the first two taking place in now-defunct competitions. In 1970/71, Liverpool defeated Bayern Munich in the Quarter-Finals of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, and the following season the German side defeated the English club in the UEFA European Cup Winners’ Cup Second Round.

In 1980/81, Liverpool edged out Bayern Munich in the Semi-Finals of the European Cup. It ended goalless at Anfield before Ray Kennedy scored a valuable away goal in Munich, with Bob Paisley’s side securing a 1-1 draw and therefore qualifying for the final thanks to the away goal rule.

In 2001 they faced off in the UEFA European Super Cup, with Gerard Houllier’s side winning 3-2 in Monaco.

Their only meeting, to date, in the UEFA Champions League came in 2018/19 in the Round of 16, with Liverpool completing a memorable 3-1 win at the Allianz Arena after a goalless first leg at Anfield.

Bayern Munich vs Liverpool Connections

A number of top talents have played for both Liverpool and Bayern Munich, including Markus Babbel, Pepe Reina, Xabi Alonso, Dietmar Hamann, and Thiago Alcantara.

Another star to do so was Senegalese international Sadio Mane. The skillful forward moved to Liverpool from Southampton in 2016, and over the course of his hugely successful six-season spell at the club, he became a much-admired player, securing a place in the hearts of the Anfield faithful straight away.

Mane scored 120 goals in 269 games over the period, winning the Premier League, the FA Cup, the EFL Cup, and the UEFA Champions League. He left to join Bayern Munich in 2022, but things didn’t really work out for him at the club.

In his one season at Bayern Munich, he managed 12 goals in 38 appearances, albeit 11 of those games were from the bench before he left to join Al Nassr in 2023.

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Where do Bayern Munich vs Liverpool matches take place?

When Bayern Munich are hosting, the match is held at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. 75,000 is the stadium capacity. Home matches for Liverpool are staged at Anfield, situated in Liverpool, United Kingdom. The venue can host up to 60,725 match-going fans.

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The face value cost of Champions League 2024 tickets usually range from $37 to $187. It can be a major challenge to buy Bayern Munich vs LFC tickets from the authorised channels.

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