University Sports Center Munich (ZHS)



The ZHS takes from 14.08. - 16.09.2017 a Summer break. The sports halls at Connollystrasse 32 are closed.

New fitness classes in summer break

Due to the current, structural situations, we can only offer limited fitness courses at ZHS for semester breaks. Nevertheless, it has been possible to install a course every day!

Here are the dates for the fitness classes in the SPH-Spielhalle:

- 31.7.- 11.08 .: Mon, Tues, Thurs: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

- 18.09.-13.10 .: Mon, Tues, Thurs: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

Here the dates for the fitness courses in the LAH-Leichtathletikhalle:

- 31.7.- 11.08 .: Wed, Fri: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

- 18.09.-13.10. Wed, Fri: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

For further information and possible changes we ask the participants regularly to look at the homepage, because changes can occur due to the building situation. We would like to thank you for the understanding that during the construction phase the course operation has to be changed according to the possibilities and we can not respond directly to all inquiries. For the courses we ask for registration on our homepage.





2018 WUC Beach volleyball - Inspection visit

This month, the Organising Committee of the 2018 World University Beach Volleyball Championship welcomed three FISU officials to their inspectation visit in Munich. [more]


Largest beach volleyball facility in Bavaria opened

After nine month of construction work the time has come: Since June 1, 2017 you can play on the new beach volleyball courts of the TUM beach and tennis facility.[more]


Beach Volleyball World Championship in our own backyard!

Munich wins the bid for host of the 2018 World University Beach Volleyball Championship[more]


New building of the TUM Campus in Olympiapark

The winner of the architectural competition has been announced [more]

Construction site-Webcam Campus im Olympiapark

Until 2022 our ZHS campus (TUM Campus im Olympiapark) will be replaced by a new, modern building step by step. Follow the construction progress live from the perspective of the Olympiaturm.