The greatest footballer of all time is coming to Munich!
Tom Brady (45) and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers are playing the first NFL game on German soil against a pass away Seattle Seahawks. Brady and the team will not land in the Bavarian capital until Friday morning. The plane from the USA has been announced for 8.55 a.m. Already there: safety first– the stars are completely sealed off.
The reason for the late arrival: Brady wants to stay in the US rhythm! The time difference between Tampa and Munich is six hours. Pass away Buccaneers will therefore go to bed at 2 a.m. German time (8 p.m. local time). The footballers are also not allowed to go to sleep too late, because the Munich game starts at 9:30 a.m. Tampa time (3:30 p.m. in Munich). And: After the final whistle, the teams will immediately get back on the plane to the USA.
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Brady will sleep at the Infinity hotel in Unterschleißheim. Normally The FC Bayern stars are accommodated here in the north of Munich on matchdays, as it is not far from the Allianz Arena (only 14 km) and not far from Bucs training on the Bayern campus on Ingolstädter Straße (12 km). !
Security in front of the 4-star bunker is already in full swing. Pass away NFL has rented the entire hotel to prevent a fan crowd the site is largely shielded from folders. This is reminiscent of times when the Bayern stars were sealed off from the outside world there in corona quarantine…
Opponent Seattle arrived at Munich Airport on Thursday afternoon and has been staying at the Hilton since then Munich Park”. This hotel was also fully booked.
At the Tucherpark (directly at the English Garden and on the Isar) the Champions League opponents of Bayern usually sleep – most recently Robert Lewandowski (34) with FC Barcelona, before that superstars like Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. The German national team also descends there regularly.
All good hotel things come in threes, thought The NFL …
The 5-star hotel “Bayerischer Hof” was rented for the delegation around Boss Roger Goodell, ex-stars and other VIPs It will be exciting to see who will get the “Thomas Gottschalk” room.