The Allianz Stadium — also known as Juventus Stadium — is located in Turin, Italy, and home to the Juventus Football Club. Rebuilt and opened in September of 2011, the Allianz Stadium stands at the same location as the previous Stadio delle Alpi Stadium. Owned by the Juventus Football Club, they hosted their first match at the start of the 2011-2012 season.
With a seating capacity of more than 41,500 spectators, the Allianz Stadium is the first Italian football venue to stretch beyond the typical architectural barriers as the first environmentally friendly facility in the world. It is also one of four Italian stadiums (alongside the Olimpico in Rome, the Giuseppe Meazza in Milan and the Olimpico Grande Torino in Turin) in the UEFA Category 4 listing, which is the highest technical level a stadium can reach.
When Allianz Stadium wanted to enhance their stadium experience, they selected Bose Professional premium sound quality. The ArenaMatch DeltaQ loudspeakers deliver consistent, powerful full-range sound for both crystal clear voice intelligibility and music reproduction — bringing the whole soccer experience to the next level.
The ArenaMatch loudspeaker clusters are installed by system integrator Spectra Event Technology. DSP programming is designed by Immagine del Suono, and system control and monitoring are designed by Pibiesse.