Of course it was about the joy of football and the 50th anniversary of the Olympic Park - but of course it was also about winning, about the fans and last but not least about the good cause. And the legends' match today, Sunday, did justice to all of this: in front of 25,000 enthusiastic spectators, FC Bayern München won the MUNICH UNITED charity match by 8:6 goals.

The goals for FC Bayern were scored by legends Giovane Elber, Paulo Sergio, Marcel Witeczek and Zvjezdan Misimović, Claudio Pizarro and Ivica Olić scored twice each and goalkeeper Hans-Jörg Butt converted a penalty. The goals for the "Blues" were scored by Stefan Reisinger, Sascha Mölders scored three times and Benny Lauth twice.

Particularly pleasing: thanks to the active support of the clubs, service providers, sponsors and of course the 25,000 spectators in the Olympic Stadium, Giovane Elber, Benjamin Lauth and Olympic Park manager Marion Schöne were able to present a cheque for 50,000 euros to Kerstin Mena Palacio from the "Die Arche" children's foundation in Munich-Moosach.

Sixth venue of the EHF EURO at traditional location / Re-launch of ticketing on 24 October. The set-up of the EHF EURO 2024 is complete: The Olympic Hall Munich will be the sixth venue of the European Handball Championship. This was also formally confirmed by the Presidium of the German Handball Federation with a unanimous decision on Tuesday. The decision was preceded by successful talks between the DHB, the European Handball Federation (EHF) and the Olympic Park Munich GmbH.
All set for the EHF EURO 2024 in Munich.