- Address: Grünwalder Straße 4, Munich
- Country: Germany
- Capacity: 15,000
- Opened: 21 May 1911
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: TSV 1860 (football), Türkgücü München (football)
Extra stadium info – Städtisches Stadion an der Grünwalder Straße
The stadium was renovated several times. FC Bayern München, the first German football club with a world championship title, played numerous matches at the venue. They won their first world championship title after beating the Brazilian side Cruzeiro Esporte Clube in a two-legged final. TSV 1860 and Türkgücü München both use the Städtisches Stadion an der Grünwalder Straße for home games. In 1966, TSV 1860 were crowned German football champions for the first time in their history. The club drew an average home attendance of 29,000 during that league season.
The European championship for football clubs
On 20 September 1966, TSV 1860 made their debut in the European championship for football clubs. They faced Omonoia from Cyprus that day. TSV 1860 defeated Omonoia 8-0. Friedhelm Konietzka scored four goals for TSV 1860 that day. Several days later, TSV 1860 won against Omonoia again. On 16 November 1966, they played against the Spanish football giants Real Madrid in the first leg of the second round of the European championship for football clubs. The match took place at the Städtisches Stadion an der Grünwalder Straße in front of 30,000 fans. TSV 1860 won the game 1-0. A few days later, Real Madrid defeated TSV 1860 3-1.