Unterschleissheim is a town in Bavaria Land, Germany. It is located about 10 km north of the city limits of Munich, and has a population of about 27 thousand people. The area is 14,93 km².
On December 16th, 2000, Unterschleissheim was granted privileges of a town, known as 'Stadtrecht' in German.
Main economical spheres of Unterschleissheim are agriculture and food production. The city authorities support small business, innovating organizations and energy-efficient researches. Unterschleißheim is the home of a corporate office of Adobe Systems, as well as the headquarters of Microsoft's subsidiary in Germany and for Eastern Europe.
Unterschleißheim is situated at the crossroads of two Autobahns, the A99 and A92, with direct routes to Stuttgart, Nuremberg and the Munich Airport Franz Josef Strauß. Two S-Bahn stations on the Munich–Regensburg line, served by S1 trains, connect Unterschleißheim with the regional rail system.