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  • #46
    Não vejo a hora de ver essa arena pronta.
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      Flavio Canuto | Blog do Torcedor do Palmeiras » Miguel Nicolelis visita as obras na Arena » Arquivo
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      • #48
        German insurance multinational Allianz is set to take the naming rights to top level Brazilian soccer side Palmeiras' new stadium after a deal was brokered by WTorre, the Brazilian conglomerate developing the venue.

        The Arena Palestra Itália in Sao Paulo will become Allianz's fifth stadium naming rights partner. It already has deals in place with the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany; the Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia; Allianz Park in London, England; and Allianz Riviera in Nice, France.

        The deal is set to be announced on Monday, and as such no financial details have been released. However, speculation last week in the Brazilian media put the deal at R$300 million (US$149 million) over a 20-year period, although a shorter term, and automatic renewal clause were also mooted.

        It will become the second Brazilian new build soccer stadium to secure a naming rights sponsor after Salvador's Arena Fonte Nova signed a ten-year deal with the Petropolis brewery and its Itaipava lager brand.

        The 43,000-seater Palmeiras stadium, which itself has been built at an estimated cost of R$300 million, is scheduled to open in November.

        Although construction is said to be two thirds complete, the project suffered a serious setback last week when an onsite accident killed one worker and injured another. Work has been suspended since.

        The arena is not scheduled to host games in the 2014 Fifa World Cup, with the new Corinthians 66,000-seater stadium selected as the host venue in Sao Paulo instead.

        Allianz opened 'Global Corporate & Speciality' (AGCS) offices in Rio and Sao Paulo in January. The company currently provides reinsurance services to state-controlled Petroleo Brasileiro.

        Allianz is targeting €€350 million (US$457.3 million) in South American policy sales for AGCS by 2015, half of which would come from Brazil, where the company recently said it expects corporate and project underwriting to grow by 12 per cent this year.


        Allianz set to sign Brazilian stadium naming rights deal - Sports Sponsorship news - Soccer South America - SportsPro Media

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        • #49
          Allianz has formalised a 20-year naming rights deal for the new stadium of Brazilian giant Palmeiras, with the German insurance firm set to allow the club’s fans to decide the name of the venue.

          The Sao Paulo club on Monday confirmed the terms of the partnership with Allianz, reportedly worth R$300 million (US$148.9 million), with the company having the option of extending its association with the stadium by a further 10 years. The deal has been brokered by the stadium’s developer WTorre and fans will now be asked to choose the name of the facility via an online poll conducted through the arena’s official website and Allianz’s Facebook page. Fans have been offered the choice of three options – Allianz Parque, Allianz Center or Allianz 360° – with voting set to close on May 20.

          Palmeiras’ new 43,000-seat stadium is being developed on the site of its former home, the Estádio Palestra Itália, which served as the club’s home ground from 1920 to 2010. Development is said to be at 63% completion with inauguration set for November. However, it will not play a part in Brazil’s staging of the 2014 FIFA World Cup with Corinthians’ new 66,000-seat venue chosen as Sao Paulo’s stadium for the tournament. The Allianz deal is set to represent the second naming rights partnership for Brazil’s new wave of football stadia after Salvador’s Arena Fonte Nova this month signed a 10-year deal with beer brand Itaipava.

          Palmeiras president, Paulo Nobre, moved to play down concern that the removal of the facility’s historic name may anger fans. He said: “The name of the Palestra Italia stadium is part of our history. It will never be forgotten and is within our hearts. We have a large investment, a partner and we respect the official name of the new arena.”

          The Sao Paulo stadium becomes Allianz’s fifth global naming rights partner. The company already enjoys deals with the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany; Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia; Allianz Park in London, England and Allianz Riviera in Nice, France.

          “The partnership with Allianz only strengthens our belief that we are building the biggest and best entertainment venue in the country,” added WTorre president, Walter Torre Jr. “We want to make history with a multipurpose arena which will provide a level of comfort and security unprecedented in this country.”

          http://m.goal.com/x/en-ng/news/3942751

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                  Allianz Parque - Seja Bem-vindo!











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                    Fotos das obras Allianz Parque - 21/07/13 | Pró-Palmeiras! Por nosso alviverde inteiro que sabe ser brasileiro

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                    • #55
                      Great update, is getting better and better this stadium

                      Thaks for the photos Arenista.
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                        Fotos das obras Allianz Parque - 22/09/13 | Pró-Palmeiras! Por nosso alviverde inteiro que sabe ser brasileiro

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