Bayern Munich, Juventus & More - Here Are All 8 Allianz Stadiums Worldwide

Thursday, 22 November 2018
When Juventus announced that their stadium would be called Allianz Stadium last year, many of you immediately noted that Juventus is not the first football club whose stadium features Allianz in its name. We take a look at all stadiums that are sponsored by Allianz, including the Allianz Arena, Bayern München's famous home ground as well as seven further stadiums.

The Allianz family of stadiums includes stadiums in eight countries on four continents.

Allianz Arena, Munich

The Allianz Arena is home to FC Bayern München. Allianz is the naming rights and financial partner of the Arena, which was completed in 2005

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

Allianz Stadium debuted in Sydney, Australia, in 2012. It is the home of local rugby teams Sydney Roosters and New South Wales Waratahs, as well as the the FC Sydney football team.

Allianz Park, London

Allianz Park, located outside London, opened in 2013. Allianz Park is the only Allianz stadium that does not host soccer games. 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.

Allianz Riviera, Nice

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.

Allianz Parque, São Paulo

Allianz Parque opened in November 2014 as Allianz's first sponsored stadium in South America. Allianz Parque is the home for SE Palmeiras.

Allianz Stadion, Vienna

Opened 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.

Allianz Stadium, Turin

Opened in 2011 as Juventus stadium, the Allianz Stadium in Turin joined the Allianz Family of Stadiums in June 2017. The Stadium is home to the prestigious Juventus Football Club.

Allianz Field, St. Paul, Minnesota

In 2019, Allianz's 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.

Which is your favorite stadium of these? What do you think of Allianz's strategy to sponsor as many stadiums? Comment below.
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