Although we have already informed about public viewing places at the Bavarian capital for the upcoming UEFA 2016 European Football Championship in France (June 10 – July 10). There has been some recent news about finding your favourite public viewing spot in Munich. Yesterday, June 7, 2016 the City of Munich has put an updated version of their Public Viewing App online. The Public Viewing Finder is part of the free Munchen App and is available from the App Store and from Google Play for Android phones.
Among other features, the app shows you the public viewing place which is located the closest from where you stand and offers some basic information about the venue. There are is a host of great places to watch the matches in good company (Olympiapark, Viehof-Kino, Backstage, Muffatwerk, Hirschgarten, Hofbraukeller, etc.) and at most places the viewing of the UEFA 2016 matches is for free. You can even see all the matches of the German team and all matches after the group phase of the competition for free and on a big film screen at the Mathäser Cinema at the Bayerstr. 5, a great alternative to the many beer gardens if it’s raining.
Victories of the German team are usually celebrated at the Leopoldstrasse, but you can also expect it to get loud after victories of the Turkish and other teams.