Stade Omar Bongo is a large stadium located in Libreville, the capital of Gabon. This venue is suitable for different kinds of sports, but it is mainly used for football games. It is the home of Football Canon 105 de Libreville (FC 105 Libreville) as well as Gabon national team. The ground was named after Omar Bongo, a former president of Gabon.
It used to have a capacity of 30,000 people, but after the renovation was completed, the stadium was capable of hosting 41,000 spectators. Renovation works started at the stadium in 2010 and lasted for two years. It was not chosen for the Africa Cup of Nations that took place in 2012 because the renovation works lasted longer than it was expected; however, the ground hosted the event in 2014. There are official social network accounts of the stadium, including on Facebook and Instagram that can be checked out for photos, videos, and news related to the Stade Omar Bongo.
D.A.S. designed and supplied professional sound systems for the stadium that were installed by the RSA. All of the audio systems used at the stadium come with DASnet™, which allow managing them remotely. The stage was divided into two sections, and each of them features own network systems.