University Sports Center Munich (ZHS)

Closure of the climbing facilities due to screwing work

During the screwing work from 23.09. - 06.10.2019 the climbing facilities may be partially or completely closed. The following schedule is under consideration:

23./24./25.09.2019 - Climbing Grotto

26.09. - 01.10.2019 - All climbing walls

02.10. - 06.10.2019 - Possible readjustments at all climbing facilities

Thank you for your understanding!

Swimming

Attention: From now on free swimming takes place in the newly renovated 50m-competition pool of the Olympiaschwimmhalle! The times until the end of the lecture-free period (until 13.10.2019) remain the same:

Mo-Thu: 10 am to 5 pm
Fri- Sun & holidays: 10 am to 10 pm

Attention: latest entrance 9 pm! The pools close at 9.45 pm

News

30.08.2017

Become a Volunteer for the WUC Beach Volleyball 2018

Become part of an unique volleyball festival: From now on, sports enthusiasts can apply as a volunteer for the World University Championship Beach Volleyball.[more]

29.08.2017

Munich students participating in World University Games

The two TUM students Manuel Scheibel (Judo) and Christina Hering (Athletics) started for the german team in this year's Universiade in Taipei (Taiwan). Manuel Scheibel won the bronze medal with his team.[more]

20.07.2017

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]

07.06.2017

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]

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Construction site-Webcam TUM Campus in Olympiapark

Until 2022 the ZHS sports facilities at TUM Campus in Olympiapark will be replaced by a new, modern building step by step. Follow the construction progress live from the perspective of the Olympiaturm.