Hans-Jochen-Vogel-Square (formerly Coubertin Square)

It is considered the heart of the Olympic Park: the square Hans-Jochen-Vogel-Square between the Olympic Stadium, the Olympic Hall and the Olympic Swimming Pool. For open-air concerts, sporting events or leisure festivals - the former Coubertinplatz is an atmospheric meeting place, a wonderful location for celebrating.

The right venue for all festivals

Unforgettable is the legendary open air of the British world stars of Coldplay, who once made the park shake in front of 10,000 spectators. But the place has also been a grand stage for many other events for decades. Whether for the X-Games and the action sports festival MASH, whether for the annual Midsummer Night's Dream with its atmospheric fireworks or the Summer Festival, for many years a Munich folk festival classic with stalls and beer gardens, with rides and a delicatessen mile.

The square is named after the former top SPD politician who, during his time as Munich's mayor from 1960 to 1972, was the driving force behind Munich's bid to host the 1972 Summer Games, alongside the then NOK president Willi Daume. For many, Hans-Jochen Vogel is considered the father of the Olympics in Munich.

Free WiFi

At Hans-Jochen-Vogel-Square and Coubertin Square (between the Olympic Hall and the Olympic Swimming Pool).

Those who dial into the wireless network only have to accept the terms of use and can then use the internet for free without registering. M-WLAN is a free service offered by the city together with Stadtwerke München as the technical partner.