ESSMA Safety & Security Workshop: Find out more about the Allianz Arena, the hosting venue
Register for the Safety & Security Workshop to discover the Allianz Arena yourself!
On 29 and 30 March ESSMA organises its first live event of 2022. During the Safety & Security Workshop we’ll handle post-Covid issues such as pyrotechnics, pitch invasions and crowd management. Furthermore, participants will get a look behind the scenes of the Allianz Arena during a stadium tour on day one of the workshop.
The magnificent Allianz Arena will be the hosting venue for the workshop. The home of FC Bayern München was opened in 2005 after three years of construction. Previously, FC Bayern played in Munich's Olympiastadion for 33 years.
With a capacity of 75,024 seats the Allianz Arena is the second largest stadium in Germany and, by extension one of the largest of Europe. It has 2,152 business seats and 106 VIP boxes of various sizes accommodating 1,368 guests. One of the most recognisable features of the stadium is the fact that it fully lights up from the outside, powered by over 300.000 LED lights.
In 2012 the top-notch Allianz Arena hosted the UEFA Champions League final between its owner FC Bayern and Chelsea.
Other facts & figures about the Allianz Arena:
Construction cost: €340 million
227 special seats for the disabled
9,800 parking places in four x four-storey Esplanade car parks (the largest in Europe)
Press club with about 350 seats
More than 750 screens in the Arena
Pitch: 68 m x 105 m
2 x 200 m² LED Video Walls
Total site area: 171,000 m²
4,600 fire detectors
Access system: 110 turnstiles, fixed and mobile card readers
Surveillance system: 90 recording cameras providing court-admissible footage
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