The Allianz family of stadiums includes state-of-the-art sporting facilities in six countries on three continents. We invest in stadiums because we are committed to supporting local communities by helping develop magnets for global industry and tourism in key regions worldwide. With every stadium in our family, we raise the bar in safety, sustainability and contemporary design.
If you are in the Munich area, come visit the first and most famous stadium in our family. Whether you want to tour the stadium, learn about the history of FC Bayern Munich, or enjoy a football match, there are many ways to experience the Allianz Arena.
The Allianz Arena is home to Munich’s two football clubs: FC Bayern München and TSV 1860 München. Allianz is the naming rights and financial partner of the Arena, which was completed in 2005 and is now the most visited tourist destination in Bavaria, with 3.5 million visitors each year. Our partnership with the Allianz Arena reflects our roots in the city of Munich and our resolve to making a positive impact on our home region. Widely known for its exterior of inflated ETFE plastic panels, it is the first stadium in the world with a full color-changing color exterior.
Allianz Stadium debuted in Sydney, Australia, in 2012. It is the home of local rugby teams Sydney Roosters and New South Wales Waratahs, the FC Sydney football team, and on occasion other teams from throughout Australia. The stadium, which can seat up to 45,500, is a popular concert venue that has hosted sold-out performances by artists like Coldplay and Taylor Swift. Allianz is proud to sponsor the ongoing development of this iconic stadium – our first in the Oceania region – into a truly contemporary, state-of-the-art venue for the people of Sydney.
Allianz Park, located outside London, opened in 2013. It has a capacity of 10,000 and hosts a variety of elite and community sporting events. Three teams – FC Saracens rugby team and athletics clubs Barnet & District AC and the Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers – call Allianz Park home. While the stadium has been designed to blend into its beautiful natural surroundings, it also boasts ultramodern technology, including an artificial pitch that withstands virtually any extreme of weather or temperature, increasing both speed and safety in rugby matches.
Allianz Riviera Nice opened in Nice in September 2013 and can accommodate up to 35,500. Allianz Riviera’s teams-in-residence are the OGC Nice football club and the Toulon rugby club. The stadium can also serve as a setting for lawn tennis, motor sports, concerts, and other large-scale events. The Allianz Riviera conforms to the most rigorous standards of environmental and social responsibility, including the use of solar energy and eco-materials, commitment to recycling, and providing job opportunities and training in sustainable development to local workers.
Allianz Parque opened in November 2014. One of the most cutting-edge multi-functional stadiums in the world, Allianz Parque offers football games, concerts, dining, and shopping experiences to up to 55,000 people at a time. Located in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, Allianz Parque is our first stadium in Latin America. Allianz Parque is a fitting new home for iconic football club Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras, and provides the ultimate in sporting and leisure experiences while upholding Allianz’s commitment to environmental responsibility and community development.
The newest member of our family opened in Vienna, Austria, in 2016. Allianz Stadion is home to football club SK Rapid Wien, and is able to accommodate up to 28,000 spectators at a time. It showcases the same commitment to aesthetic style and environmental sustainability as all Allianz stadiums. The Allianz Stadion incorporates a unique tube-shaped design and an innovative neighborhood protection concept to reduce noise and light emission. Allianz is proud to support to this ambitious new project and to expand our reputation as a trusted partner of top sporting organizations into new regions of the German-speaking world.
The Allianz Stadium in Turin joined the Allianz Family of Stadiums in June 2017. The Stadium is home to the prestigious Juventus Football Club with fans spread all over Italy and the globe. It has been built according to the most modern construction principles and it is one of the most inspired sports infrastructures with a capacity of over 41,500 seats. It provides viewers with a unique user experience and atmosphere thanks to their proximity to the playground as well as an excellent view from any point of the stadium. Over 6 million people have experienced the stadium since its opening in 2011.
In 2019, our family of stadiums will expand to include Allianz Field in St. Paul, Minnesota. Fans will enjoy precise sight lines for an intimate viewing experience, with the closest seats located 17 feet from the pitch. Interior designs include a variety of suites, club seating, and dedicated standing room to accommodate 19,400 fans with options for future expansion. A 360-degree canopy of translucent polymer mesh will shield patrons from inclement weather and contain interior sound. Featuring dynamic LED lighting, the stadium’s color-changing exterior will add a modern feel to the Midway neighborhood. Around the globe, the Allianz family of stadiums connects communities through the world of sport, cultural events, and sustainable development.
Allianz is proud to partner with a diverse array of sports teams, organizations, cultural figures, sporting venues, and educational programs. We forge relationships with partners who support diversity, spread awareness about important social issues, and educate future generations.
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