In spite of the stricter requirements imposed by the Bavarian authorities in comparison to other federal states, Munich has been able to play university sports since mid-May. However, this option, which was limited to the sports of tennis, golf and archery, could not be called the real course offer.
They can no longer be overlooked from the Mittlerer Ring, and now pedestrians in the Olympic Park can see them from afar: The new climbing tower and the boulder sculpture on the TUM Campus at the Olympic Park (CiO) are nearing completion. As part of the new construction of the entire facility, the…
Dear ZHS participants and course instructors,
for the ZHS there will be some exciting changes and events in the coming years, which we would like to point out right at the beginning of the year:
We are pleased to announce that the previous ZHS ID cards with the adhesive stamp will…
In 2021 the ZHS will get a new indoor climbing hall. A small glimpse of the hall is possible thanks to ArtRock climbing systems who made an animation video of it.
By this year students will already be able to use the outdoor climbing facility.
Good weather and even better slope conditions! The DHM Alpine Skiing at Saloberkopf (Warth-Schröcken) took place on January 9th & 10th, 2020.
The TUM team delivered a remarkable performance in an unusually and surprisingly strong field.
After three years of renovating the Olympic Swimmingpool, the Munich University Championships in swimming took place this year on December 3rd 2019. The best individual swimmers, freestyle mixed relay and the TUM relay of the sports faculty were awarded.
2018 was one of the most succesful years for intramural sports in Munich. The TU Munich with its University Sports Center (ZHS) was awarded with the prize for University of the Year by the adh, among other things because of the successful organisation of the World University Championship (WUC)…
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.