FC Bayern Munich has once again sold out of its €145 ($165/£130) season tickets for the 2019-20 season, in addition to shifting every ticket for its 17 Bundesliga away games.

The 75,000-capacity Allianz Arena was completely sold out last season for all of Bayern’s league games, totalling 1.275m fans over the season.

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, chief executive of FC Bayern, said: “We are pleased that the demand for tickets for the games of our team is so huge for the new season. This once again shows the attractiveness of FC Bayern.”

Tickets are only available for the pre-season Audi Cup 2019 at the Allianz Arena, where Real Madrid, Tottenham Hotspurs, Fenerbahçe Istanbul and FC Bayern will play for the title.

Bayern kicks off its sell-out Bundesliga campaign on August 16 with a home game against German champions Hertha BSC.

The Bundesliga is one of the most consistently attended leagues in Europe, with nearly 19 million spectators filling the 36 stadia across the top two leagues in 2018-19 – an average of 42,738 fans per top-flight game.

Twelve of the 18 top-flight clubs in 2018-19 sold out over 90 per cent of their 17 home matches.

Bayern Munich has the cheapest season ticket in the league, along with Wolfsburg at €145.

Image: Tim Wang