PalaTrieste

building in Trieste, Italy

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Allianz Dome
Allianz Dome.jpg
Allianz Wall e Parquet.jpg
The central arena during an home match (2018)
Full namePalazzo Dello Sport Cesare Rubini di Trieste[1][2]
Former namesPalazzo Dello Sport di Trieste (1999-2011)
Alma Arena (2017-2018)[3]
LocationVia Flavia, 3 34100 TRIESTE (TS), Italy[4]
Coordinates45°37′21.99″N 13°47′41.84″E / 45.6227750°N 13.7949556°E / 45.6227750; 13.7949556Coordinates: 45°37′21.99″N 13°47′41.84″E / 45.6227750°N 13.7949556°E / 45.6227750; 13.7949556
OwnerCity of Trieste
Capacity6,943 (Basketball)[4]
SurfaceParquet
Construction
Built1994-1999[2]
Opened1999[2]
ArchitectStudio TECO+ Partners (Bologna)
Tenants
Alma Pallacanestro Trieste (LBA) (1999-present)

PalaTrieste, or Allianz Dome for sponsorship reasons,[5] officially known as Palazzo dello sport Cesare Rubini[1] is an indoor sporting arena located in Trieste, Italy. Opened in 1999,[2] it has a seating capacity for 6,943 people[4] and is currently home for Allianz Pallacanestro Trieste basketball team.

History

Allianz sponsorship

All started when, in 2015, Allianz became new top sponsor of the Italian basketball team Pallacanestro Trieste, based in PalaTrieste.[6]

In 2017, the German insurance company sponsored a new parquet basketball court,[7] and later in 2018, a new scoreboard called Allianz Wall was installed in the Trieste arena.[8]

In 2018 Allianz signed a deal to become new title sponsor of the arena, so PalaTrieste officially became Allianz Dome until 2023.[9]

Gallery

See also

References

  1. ^ a b PALASPORT DI TRIESTE INTITOLATO A CESARE RUBINI Archived 2017-01-03 at the Wayback Machine(in Italian)
  2. ^ a b c d NUOVO PALAZZO DELLO SPORT DI TRIESTE[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "Il PalaTrieste diventa "Alma Arena"" [PalaTrieste becomes "Alma Arena"]. triesteprima.it (in Italian). 28 November 2016. Retrieved 6 November 2017.
  4. ^ a b c Telit Trieste
  5. ^ "L'Alma Arena cambia nome: sarà Allianz Dome fino al 2023" [Alma Arena changes name: it will be Allianz Dome until 2023]. ilgazzettino.it (in Italian). 13 June 2018. Retrieved 17 June 2018.
  6. ^ "Allianz e Pallacanestro Trieste 2004: una partnership che prosegue per la stagione 2016/2017" [Allianz and Pallacanestro Trieste 2004: a partnership that goes on for the 2016/2017 season]. ilgiornaledellosport.net (in Italian). 23 March 2017.
  7. ^ "All'Alma arena come in Nba: nuovo parquet firmato Allianz" [Alma arena like Nba: new parquet sponsored by Allianz]. triesteprima.it (in Italian). 23 March 2017.
  8. ^ "ALLIANZ WALL: PRONTO IL NUOVO SEGNAPUNTI CON 4 MEGASCHERMI DELL'ALMA ARENA" [Allianz Wall: new scoreboard of Alma Arena with 4 large screens is ready]. pallacanestrotrieste2004.it (in Italian). 13 March 2018.
  9. ^ "Trieste, Allianz sponsorizzerà il palasport del basket: si chiamerà Allianz Dome" [Trieste, Allianz will sponsored the basketball palasport: it will be called Allianz dome]. ilpiccolo.gelocal.it (in Italian). 12 June 2018.

External links

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