- 7,000 m2 (75347 sq ft) of solar panels on the stadium roof which covers three times the needs of the Allianz Riviera (1,500 MWh per year)
- Wind system to cool the stadium and reduce consumption thanks to geothermal energy
- The stadium is part of the city of Nice’s climate energy plan
- Stand covered by the largest three-dimensional wooden structure
- Wooden structure allowing to compensate in carbon balance the CO2 emissions of one year of operation of the stadium.
- Materials of the stadium: recycled wood, cardboard, paper and scrap metal.
- A limited number of outdoor car parks to save space and protect the environment
- Special shuttles on match days: the shuttle fleet varies from 20 to 45 vehicles, depending on the number of spectators expected
- New tramway for 3000 spectators per hour coming to the stadium Partnership of OGC Nice with StadiumGo
- Promotion of carpooling and public transport for stadium users
Single Use Plastic Reduction/Removal
- Reusable Eco Cups
- Collaboration with “Bouchons d’amour” to collect all types of plastic at matches and within the training centre
- 3 tons of plastic have been collected since the inauguration during the 2015/16 season (the proceeds of the collection are donated to disabled people).
- Donation of unsold sandwiches (2 tons per season) and drinks after the games to local associations
- Special recycling stations for plastic bottles in collaboration with Coca Cola.
- Rainwater reuse system for sanitary facilities and field irrigation: 3 basins, each of which can hold over 300 m3 of rainwater (half of which is reserved for firefighters)
- Autonomous rainwater recovery system for lawn watering at the training centre/club headquarters
Plant-based/Low Carbon Food
- During matches, local products used through short circuits in the stadium refreshment stands
- Suppliers are selected on the basis of a responsible purchasing policy
- No information provided
Policy, Commitments and Communications
- The Allianz Riviera has its own category on the website and presents itself as an eco-responsible stadium
- Eco football relayed and broadcast by the club’s media
- Signatory of the Charter of 15 eco-responsible commitments (WWF and French Ministry collaboration)
- Waste collection by the youngsters of the club
Information shared directly from OGC Nice staff, website and third party websites.
Information updated on April 6, 2022