Membership and History

“Tritt Ein, Hier Bist Du Unter Freunden”

Our motto, hanging above the main entrance, means “Come in, here you are among friends”. Besides participating in a club of 800 Southern California families that preserves German culture, customs and language, members of the Phoenix Club receive several additional benefits. Join the Phoenix Club and find tradition, culture, and fun loving people.

Phoenix Club members receive the following benefits:

  • Discounts in the Restaurant and Bierstube;
  • Free or reduced ticket prices to special shows, dances, and events sponsored by the club;
  • Learn to speak German in our Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced language classes (Nominal charge for books & materials);
  • Eligibility to participate in numerous different hobby, sport and activity groups;

Membership is open to everyone interested in German, Austrian and Swiss culture, language, and customs… and you don’t have to be German, Austrian, or Swiss!

The Phoenix Club
Membership Options.

Single Membership – $80.00
Available for those 18 – 74 years old.
Receive 10% off your food in the Restaurant and Bierstube, reduced admission to the Oktoberfest, Anniversary Ball & New Year’s Eve Ball.

Discount Single Membership – $55.00
Available for those 75+ years and full-time students only, student ID required.
Receive 10% off your food in the Restaurant and Bierstube, reduced admission to the Oktoberfest, Anniversary Ball & New Year’s Eve Ball.

Family Membership – $140.00
Includes primary and spouse/significant other, plus all children in family under 18, under 25 years for those who are full-time students (student ID required).
Receive 10% off your food in the Restaurant and Bierstube, reduced admission to the Oktoberfest, Anniversary Ball & New Year’s Eve Ball.
Interested in membership and joining in the fun? Download your Membership Application, complete, and bring/mail it in!

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Our History.

The Phoenix Club was founded in 1960 in Anaheim to preserve the German culture, customs and language. Members planned and built the original facility where the Honda Center now stands. The Phoenix Club built a new facility and moved to its current location in 1992.

Currently the Club has over 800 members/families. Membership is open to everyone interested in German, Austrian and Swiss culture and language. Members have the opportunity to join activity groups such as folk dance, karneval, skiing, table tennis, soccer, and air rifle shooting. However, the Bierstube, facilities, and events (Oktoberfest, Karneval, Bockbierfest, Maifest and Kinderfest, to name a few) are open to the general public.

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