HISTORY OF THE ALLIANZ ARENA STADIUM
The Allianz Arena Stadium, located in the Frottmaning district or region of Munich, was first opened in 2005 by showing the match between TSV 1860 Munich and FC Nurnberg.
This stadium is also the place to hold the 2006 world cup event, designed by the Swiss Architecture Firm with a capacity of approximately 66,000 spectators. The outer layer of the stadium has a rhombus design which can be illuminated with different lights such as red, blue and white.
Initially the stadium was owned by the two clubs TSV 1860 and Bayern Munich, but after the financial crisis at TSV 1860, Bayern Munich took 100% of the share value of ownership of the stadium. this naturally happened because the construction costs that had to be provided were very expensive and outside the previously adjusted budget, but Bayern received assistance from the State and the Capital in an amount that was sufficient enough for the construction to be carried out around the stadium.
There is something unique about the Allianz Arena stadium, such as the color change on the outer walls of the stadium arena which will be adjusted according to which club is playing. If Bayern Munich is playing, the stadium color will change to red, while the stadium color will change to blue if TSV 1860 is playing.
The stadium will also change color to white if it is being used by a German team, a color change with a combination of white, green and blue will be seen if the stadium is being used for the Champions League.
Color Change at the Allianz Arena Stadium
In addition to the uniqueness in changing the color of each match that takes place for each club, the stadium also has an exclusive design both from setting the distance between the field and the stands, choosing the type of bench, frame or cover design that can protect spectators, up to selection of grass and the size of the field arena.
This did not escape the designs made by two well-known architects, the stadium also provides underground parking with certain classifications for the types of cars that enter the arena.
The grass used by the stadium also uses a special grass that only takes two days to grow and take root in the ground, so it doesn't take long to make preparations or improve the field to welcome the match that will take place. The environment around the stadium is quite wide and very strategic, making it easy for visitors to access the match or just to see how magnificent and modern the Allianz Stadium is.
Reconstruction of the Allianz Arena Stadium
This will be a special pride for the city and country that has a stadium with a dynamic and unique architecture. In addition to this, Allianz provides access via cyberspace in the form of photographs showing how and what is in the stadium building, such as the locker room, or every corner in the Allianz stadium.
This can provide convenience and other alternatives for visitors who cannot see directly to the stadium location. Even though it's only by showing the atmosphere of the stadium with the photos and descriptions conveyed, this can more or less dispel curiosity about how the stadium really is.
Not only about the rooms and building structures that are displayed, Allianz also provides information about how the stadium was made for the working procedures until the finishing is carried out.