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23 December 2020: #SBS20 TAKEAWAY – MOBILE APP CONNECTS FANS AT TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR STADIUM

As one of the most advanced stadia in the world, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has utilised mobile technology to further enhance fan connection to the English Premier League football club’s new home.

Speaking at TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2020, Tottenham’s senior lead for digital products, Alex Hunte, outlined how the Spurs Official app has become an intrinsic element of the matchday experience.

In a presentation entitled Bringing Fans Closer To The Game Through Mobile, Hunte said that with mobile being the primary method of delivering information to the fan, the app has played a key role. Read more here


21 December 2020: #SBS20 TAKEAWAY – DELIVERING LASTING FIRST IMPRESSIONS WITH DAKTRONICS

When it comes to delivering effective LED content at sports venues, there are three key things to consider: Invite, Engage and Inform.

That’s the view of Trisha Schuver, professional services manager at audiovisual systems provider Daktronics, whose video displays can be seen in numerous venues around the world.

In a session entitled ‘The Visual Experience & First Impressions’ at TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2020, Schuver discussed the importance of creating displays that can draw customers in from the moment they enter the venue. Read more here


18 December 2020: #SBS20 TAKEAWAY – RAMBOLL’S RECALIBRATED APPROACH TO VENUE SUSTAINABILITY

COVID-19 provides the stadium and arena industry the “chance to do something different” from a sustainability perspective, according to Ramboll.

In a session entitled ‘Sustainable Post-COVID Recovery’ at TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2020, the engineering, architecture and consultancy company addressed how a recalibrated, rather than conventional, approach can pay dividends. Read more here


16 December 2020: #SBS20 TAKEAWAY – EDEN PARK FLIES FLAG FOR COVID-19 RESPONSE

New Zealand has proved to be a standard-bearer on the world stage when it comes to dealing with COVID-19, with this status having also been attained for the stadium and arena industry by Eden Park.

The historic Auckland venue has not only staged a number of high-profile sporting fixtures in front of sell-out crowds, but has also been creative in its approach to utilising the stadium, both before and during COVID-19, and as New Zealand emerges from the worst of the global pandemic.

Speaking during a session entitled ‘Emerging Stronger’ at TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2020, Eden Park CEO, Nick Sautner, discussed how New Zealand’s national stadium sought to approach the crisis and challenge traditional stadium utilisation by creating new revenue. Read more here


15 December 2020: #SBS20 TAKEAWAY – WILL SPORT ADAPT TO THE DIGITAL AGE?

Ben Wells, chief commercial officer at digital engagement company PTI Digital, feels the COVID-19 crisis has presented the sports industry with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to “right the wrongs” of its commercial model.

Speaking during a session at TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2020, Wells painted a sobering picture of sport’s relationship with digital. Read more here


11 December 2020: #SBS20 TAKEAWAY – SPURS LOOK TO A BRIGHT FUTURE AFTER BAPTISM OF FIRE

As fans begin to return to English stadia and arenas, Tottenham Hotspur venue director Andy O’Sullivan expressed his confidence that the Premier League football club will be able to break even on matchdays with 4,000 spectators in attendance.

Speaking during a Q&A discussing Tottenham Hotspur Stadium’s ‘toughest of starts’ at TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2020, O’Sullivan discussed how the venue has coped with COVID-19 hitting its opening seasons of operation. Read more here


10 December 2020: #SBS20 TAKEAWAY – REBRANDING DURING A PANDEMIC

Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 has been a busy year for Frankfurt’s Deutsche Bank Park.

The 51,000-seat stadium, which is the home of Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt, underwent a name change in the summer and is also under new management.

Patrik Meyer, the stadium’s managing director, discussed the changes during a presentation at TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2020. Meyer also provided an update on planned redevelopment work, which will increase the stadium’s capacity to 60,000. Read more here


9 December 2020: #SBS20 TAKEAWAY – BURO HAPPOLD’S BESPOKE APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY

Stadium designers can play a pivotal role in modern-day sustainable development, that is the message from Jim Saywell, director in Buro Happold’s UK sustainability and physics team.

Speaking during a presentation on the Five Capitals model and sustainable stadiums at TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2020, Saywell talked of the benefits of a bespoke sustainability framework when considering a new development. Read more here


8 December 2020: SPARTA ROTTERDAM TO REPLACE 7,500 SEATS AS PART OF WIDER STADIUM WORK

Dutch Eredivisie football club Sparta Rotterdam has begun the process of replacing 7,500 seats at its Sparta Stadion home ground as part of wider plans to renovate the venue.

The stadium, which is nicknamed Het Kasteel (The Castle) has a capacity of around 11,000. Having opened in 1916, it is one of the oldest stadiums in the Netherlands.

Sparta said the “considerable investment” in the replacement of the stadium seats has been set as a priority and is independent of wider stadium upgrades. Read more here


7 December 2020: #SBS20 TAKEAWAY – HOW STAPLES CENTER IS ‘REINVENTING’ THE FAN EXPERIENCE

“We need to reinvent the entire fan experience and then communicate that to everybody.”

That is the view of Lee Zeidman, president of Los Angeles’ STAPLES Center arena, whose live events calendar has been decimated this year by COVID-19.

As the home of four professional sports teams – the NBA’s Lakers and Clippers, the NHL’s Kings and the WNBA’s Sparks – and a regular host of major music events, STAPLES Center’s calendar is typically jam-packed.

Like so many other arenas around the world, though, STAPLES Center has been closed to fans since March and by Zeidman’s own admission, resembled more of a broadcast studio. Read more here


13 November 2020: FAN EXPERIENCE TO THE FORE AS CAVALIERS SWITCH TO SEATGEEK

The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed a partnership with SeatGeek that will see the technology platform take over as ticketing provider for all future events at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, with the NBA basketball team stating the company’s commitment to putting the fan experience first was key as it seeks to return spectators to the arena for the new season.

As the new ticketing provider for the FieldHouse, SeatGeek will take over ticketing all Cavaliers games, along with those featuring American Hockey League (AHL) team the Cleveland Monsters and NBA 2K outfit Cavs Legion, as well as concerts and other events that come through the venue. Read more here


2 November 2020: D&B ROLLS OUT ‘SOPHISTICATED’ CROWD NOISE SYSTEM

Amid the ongoing difficulties caused by COVID-19, venues, teams and fans alike are coming to terms with the new ways in which we consume live sport.

Sports fans have grown accustomed to ‘fake’ crowd noise complementing the match footage as broadcasters look to enhance the viewing experience.

Of course, this crowd noise is purely for viewers’ benefit and cannot be heard by the players and coaches. But a new application delivers a real-time, controlled sound solution for the venues themselves.

The new venture, dubbed d&b Fanblock, has been formed through a partnership between German audio technology and solutions company d&b audiotechnik and theatrical and creative sound designer Autograph. Read more here


20 October 2020: PACKERS FOCUSED ON FAN RETURN TO CASHLESS LAMBEAU

NFL American football team the Green Bay Packers remain “hopeful” that fans will return to Lambeau Field this season, and have categorically ruled out the prospect of taking games to other stadia as the local community continues to deal with COVID-19.

The Packers earlier announced that due to the “concerning increase” of COVID-19 cases and hospitalisations in the Green Bay area and across the state of Wisconsin, an indefinite hold will be placed on hosting fans at Lambeau Field this season. Read more here


9 October 2020: DIGITAL TECH TO THE FORE AS SOFI STADIUM SEEKS TO BREAK NEW GROUND

When the Los Angeles Rams opened their new state-of-the-art SoFi Stadium with a 20-17 win over the Dallas Cowboys, the atmosphere was a far cry from what many would have envisaged when plans for the venue were first drawn up.

Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, the first event at the 70,000-seat venue, which will also serve as the home of rival NFL team the Los Angeles Chargers, was played without fans in attendance.

It remains unclear when fans will be able to sample SoFi Stadium for the first time, with games to continue behind closed doors until further notice. When spectators are eventually allowed in, though, they can expect to be wowed by one of the most technologically advanced sports venues on the planet – and, at a reported cost of $5bn (£3.85bn/€4.23bn), one of the most expensively-assembled. Read more here


5 October 2020: THE CO-OP HAS LONG-TERM OUTLOOK WITH MANCHESTER ARENA DEAL

The Co-op’s acquisition of naming rights to the planned new 23,500-seat arena in the English city of Manchester represents the “next step forward” in its effort to create change in the entertainment and retail industries, according to the consumer co-operative.

The company has agreed a 15-year agreement with developer Oak View Group (OVG), with the future arena granted the moniker of Co-op Live. The new arena aims to become one of the world’s premier music and entertainment venues, rivalling New York’s Madison Square Garden, The Forum in LA and The O2 in London. Read more here


1 October 2020: SAP GARDEN ACCELERATOR PROGRAM TARGETING WIDE BENEFITS

German software company SAP has launched its first-ever fan experience-focused startup accelerator program, seeking to aid its mission of delivering a “unique and unparalleled” experience at SAP Garden, while also holding broader benefits outside the new Munich arena.

From the latest SAP.iO Foundry location in the German city, eight startups were chosen to participate in a venture held in collaboration with SAP Garden, a multi-purpose sports arena being built by energy drinks giant Red Bull in Munich’s Olympiapark. Read more here


22 September 2020: OCV!BE SEEKS TO TRANSFORM ORANGE COUNTY WITH $3BN PROJECT

The team behind the planned new ocV!BE complex in Anaheim is hoping that the wide-ranging, $3bn project can prove transformational for Orange County.

Plans for the new 115-acre mixed-use community and live entertainment district were first revealed in June. The district will surround Honda Center, home of the Anaheim Ducks NHL ice hockey team. Read more here


18 September 2020: BRENTFORD COMMUNITY STADIUM SET FOR CHAMPIONSHIP DEBUT

English Championship football club Brentford is poised to host the first league game at its new stadium, with the very name of the venue reflecting the ethos of the facility.

Huddersfield Town will be the visitors to Brentford Community Stadium, with the facility having been inaugurated earlier this month as the home team recorded a victory over Wycombe Wanderers in the EFL Cup first round.

AFL Architects have designed Brentford Community Stadium and believe they have delivered a venue that retains the intimacy and familiarity of Griffin Park, while futureproofing the club for its ambitions of promotion to the Premier League. Read more here


9 September 2020: HELSINKI OLYMPIC STADIUM REBORN FOR MODERN AGE

One of Europe’s most iconic Olympic stadia has been given a new lease of life thanks to a major redevelopment which officials state make it the crown jewel of Finnish functionalism.

First inaugurated in 1938, the new-look Helsinki Olympic Stadium reopened on August 22. The four-year renovation project, financed for over €300m by the city and state, will see the stadium have a new seated capacity of 36,300, with 50,000 spectators being able to attend concerts. Read more here


8 September 2020: FANRALLY TARGETS TEAMS THAT ‘ARE OPEN TO INNOVATION’ WITH FLEXIBLE MODEL

The business model of FanRally, the start-up “sports-as-a-service” software provider, is based on the premise that offering traditional season tickets alone is insufficient if the aim is to attract younger spectators.

With uncertainty hanging over league restarts and the likelihood of reduced capacities, it is inevitable that season ticket sales, which have underpinned franchise and club ticketing strategies for decades, will nosedive.

However, for San Francisco-based FanRally and its CEO Chris Giles, shifting towards a more flexible membership-based approach – allowing fans to pick and choose games and exclusive benefits rather than forcing them to commit to attending matches week in, week out – is a strategy that teams should be exploring, regardless of the current predicament. Read more here


25 August 2020: NEWC BROADENS HORIZONS WITH PALMEIRAS PARTNERSHIP

Football-focused full service provider NewC has said it aims to make Campeonato Brasileiro Série A club Palmeiras a standard-bearer for digital technology in South America, with the two parties currently working on means to safely return fans to Allianz Parque in São Paulo.

Danish company NewC, which incorporates Roboticket, signed a three-year deal with Palmeiras at the end of 2019, marking its first major contract outside of Europe. Read more here

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24 August 2020: COLLIERS REMS, SPORTIUM ‘WORKING ON’ ITALIAN FOOTBALL STADIUM PROJECTS

A strategic partnership between Italian sports venue design company Sportium and Colliers REMS, which specialises in real estate management services, is working on concluding contracts for two “medium sized” football stadium projects, along with targeting other Serie A clubs.

Signed in July 2020, the strategic partnership seeks to promote urban regeneration and social growth in Italy through the development and design of new facilities dedicated to sport. Read more here

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14 August 2020: ALLEGIANT STADIUM JOINS NFL’S FOOTBALL CATHEDRALS

The National Football League (NFL) this year receives two eye-catching additions to its portfolio of sporting citadels, with the opening of Allegiant Stadium set to complete a journey for the Raiders that has taken the franchise from Oakland to Las Vegas.

The 65,000-capacity stadium, built at a cost of $1.9bn (£1.45bn/€1.6bn), is set to join SoFi Stadium, the new home of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers, but will play out its debut season behind closed doors due to COVID-19.

Allegiant Stadium’s first major event will be the Raiders’ 2020 regular season home opener against the New Orleans Saints on September 21. And while fans will no longer be in attendance, the game will represent a milestone in what has been a 40-month project. Read more here


4 August 2020: EMIRATES OLD TRAFFORD SEEKS TO SHARE BEST PRACTICE

Lancashire Cricket and its home stadium, Emirates Old Trafford, have today (Wednesday) launched a campaign aimed at sharing the knowledge and best practice gained from hosting behind-closed-doors Test matches.

A document outlining key learnings and best practice is now available for download via the Emirates Old Trafford website. The guidance includes the very latest practical information to ensure event organisers and venue operators in the UK understand how they can work and host business events and conferences, while keeping both guests and staff safe.

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16 July 2020: EMIRATES OLD TRAFFORD SEEKS TO EVOLVE AMID COVID-19

Emirates Old Trafford today (Thursday) began hosting the first of its behind-closed-doors Test matches between England and the West Indies, but the Manchester venue is already looking long and hard at how the events industry will evolve amid COVID-19.

Although primarily a cricket stadium, Emirates Old Trafford has become a leading destination for concerts, conferences and other events. Its showpiece concert for the summer of 2020, US rock band The Killers, was due to take place on May 30, but will now be held on June 12 next year. Read more here


15 July 2020: EMIRATES OLD TRAFFORD HEADS INTO NEW BIO-SECURE WORLD

England and the West Indies return to action at Emirates Old Trafford tomorrow (Thursday) for the second of their behind-closed-doors Tests, with the Manchester venue adapting to a new reality in which “everything has changed”.

The Ageas Bowl in Southampton hosted the first Test, a four-wicket win for the tourists, last week, with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) blazing the trail for the sport in terms of hosting internationals safely amid COVID-19. Read more here


17 June 2020: SAP TARGETS TECH INTEGRATION TO ENHANCE FAN EXPERIENCE

German software company SAP believes a new feature combining the offerings of its Customer Checkout and Event Ticketing platforms will allow stadia and arenas to enhance the fan experience as thoughts turn towards reopening amid COVID-19.

Customer Checkout provides point-of-sale technology, while Event Ticketing helps manage and control all ticket sales and ticketing processes for events and matches. SAP is now offering clubs, stadia and brands the ability to integrate their ticket sales in Event Ticketing into their merchandise processes in Customer Checkout. Read more here.


10 June 2020: WIZINK CENTER SEEKING TO MIX LIVE, VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE WITH INNOVATIVE VENTURE

Madrid’s WiZink Center has said its innovative plan to live stream concerts to music fans will also incorporate events opened up to groups of attendees in the arena.

In first unveiling the project, the 17,453-capacity arena in the Spanish capital said the project already had the strong support of several artists, promoters and record labels, who have been collaborating to design the concert model that aims to cover the current lack of live performances due to COVID-19. Read more here


8 June 2020: YAMAHA TARGETS GLOBAL ROLE FOR REMOTE CHEERER

Japanese conglomerate Yamaha Corporation has said its Remote Cheerer technology has received global interest as it prepares for the platform’s first public trial.

Yamaha last month announced the successful testing of a new system which aims to provide the atmosphere of a crowd at sporting events held behind closed doors. Read more here


26 May 2020: MORE THAN 10,000 FANS TO ‘VIRTUALLY’ ATTEND AGF AARHUS MATCH

At least 10,000 fans will be in ‘virtual’ attendance during AGF Aarhus’ derby match against Randers as the Danish Superliga club invites supporters from around the world to experience the fixture live on Zoom.

As part of the initiative, fans will be able to tune in to one of a number of Zoom calls, where they can interact with fellow supporters and enjoy the match. The call will not show coverage of the match itself, so fans will require a second screen to watch the action. Read more here


22 May 2020: MULTI-SPORT USE TARGETED FOR OZ ARENA

Sports technology company OZ Sports is working with a club on a pilot project of its new OZ Arena product, stating that it has received an “incredibly positive” response from the sports industry since it was unveiled earlier this month.

OZ Sports has teamed up with visual content studio RVX Productions for the venture, which is designed to enhance the viewing experience of sports events played out in empty stadia or arenas during COVID-19. Read more here


20 May 2020: FC COPENHAGEN PLANNING ‘EXTRAORDINARY’ RETURN TO TELIA PARKEN

FC Copenhagen has said it is planning “something extraordinary” for the return of Superliga football to Telia Parken next month.

The Superliga has been suspended since March 9 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but is set to resume behind closed doors on May 28 for a match between AGF Aarhus and Randers. Reigning Superliga champion FC Copenhagen is due to continue its season with a trip to Lyngby BK on June 1, before Randers is welcomed to Telia Parken on June 7. Read more here


6 May 2020: EASTER ROAD GOES CASHLESS TO AID RETURN OF FOOTBALL

Scottish Premiership football club Hibernian believes its move to a cashless stadium model during COVID-19 will allow it to get “ahead of the game” as sport seeks to make its return from the global pandemic.

The Edinburgh-based club has signed a four-year contract with merchant service provider Sporting Pay for its Easter Road Stadium. Read more here


1 May 2020: EXECUTIVE HUDDLE FUELS LEVI’S STADIUM AS 49ERS WEIGH UP NEW SEASON CHALLENGES

Levi’s Stadium has a proud reputation as one of the most technologically advanced venues in the world, and its award-winning Executive Huddle venue management solution is set to aid another innovative venture for the 2020 season of American football league the NFL.

The home of the San Francisco 49ers enhanced its partnership with software corporation SAP back in October 2018 by introducing Executive Huddle. The solution is designed to enhance the in-venue sports and entertainment experience at Levi’s Stadium by providing its business strategy and analytics team with real-time data and visualisations spanning a range of data sources. Read more here


29 April 2020: THERMAL SCREENING VENTURE TARGETS SPORTS VENUES

A number of major sports events or organisations are currently “scoping out” the viability of installing thermal screening technology at their venues, following the recent launch of a venture designed to aid the return of live sport to stadia and arenas globally.

Working alongside AMCO, a company that specialises in artificial intelligence (AI) camera technology, a collective of UK agencies led by Threepipe Reply started a drive to deliver COVID-19 thermal screening at sports and events. Read more here


23 April 2020: TENNIS AUSTRALIA SEEKS LEADERSHIP STATUS WITH SPORTS TECH ACCELERATOR

Tennis Australia has said its Accelerator programme will allow it to “innovate at a cadence” that is not typical of sport, adding it believes two partners have the potential to enhance the Australian Open fan experience in a unique way.

Ten start-ups from seven countries were recently selected to participate in the first Techstars SportsTech Melbourne Accelerator, a venture backed by Tennis Australia. Read more here


22 April 2020: WORLD ATHLETICS TARGETS LEADERSHIP ROLE WITH SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY

World Athletics recently launched its Sustainability Strategy, which has a central goal of making the organisation carbon neutral by 2030, with ambitions to become a leader in organising sustainable events.

Athletics’ world governing body is seeking to embrace sustainability principles and practices within its operations, its member federations and the organisation of future World Athletics Series events, building on a pathway embarked on in 2018 when it made a commitment to assist the global campaign for improved air quality through installing air quality monitors in stadia around the world. Read more here


17 April 2020: VENUES URGED TO ADAPT TO POST-PANDEMIC WORLD

Stadia and arenas across the world need to rethink their business models as “all rules have changed” due to COVID-19, according to Aderassa CEO Olivier Mazé.

Headquartered in New York, Aderassa is a cost of revenue management company that advises the owners and operators of sports and entertainment facilities during construction or redevelopment projects. Read more here


3 April 2020: SPANISH FOOTBALL FANS KEPT ON BOARD WITH LALIGA SE JUEGA EN CASA

LaLiga has been one of the world’s most proactive sports bodies when it comes to ensuring its fans remain engaged during COVID-19, with the organisation stating its strategy has sought to provide entertainment while also recognising the health crisis in Spain.

On March 23, LaLiga and the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) said the suspension of domestic professional competitions would continue on an indefinite basis as the country continues to battle COVID-19. Amid the lockdown in the country, LaLiga, the organising body of the top two divisions of club football, has since launched multiple efforts to engage with fans stuck at home, most recently LaLigaSantander Fest. Read more here


30 March 2020: ERICSSON GLOBE OWNER SPELLS OUT GOALS OF GLOBAL PROCUREMENT PROCESS

SGA Fastigheter, owner of the Ericsson Globe, has called for “innovative and creative solutions” from companies across the world as it seeks to secure the future of the Stockholm arena for the next three decades.

Ericsson Globe, the world’s largest spherical building, opened in the Swedish capital in 1989, but SGA Fastigheter recently launched a procurement process to find solutions for scaling down the arena space. Read more here


31 October 2019: White Paper: How the Latest Audiovisual Technologies Are Reshaping Sports Venues

Stadiums and arenas are leading the way with some impressive uses of AV technology. This free White Paper (from our #TDS19 headline partner AVIXA – the international AV trade association) details cutting-edge projects in immersive fan engagement.

The Cleveland Cavaliers has done “immersive” projection mapping one better, working with Quince to add a new dimension to halftime shows and 60-second timeouts. Using a combination of 3D mapping techniques and video content produced by the Cavaliers’ own QTV team, the Quicken Loans Arena basketball court was transformed into an immersive environment featuring an enormous, classic Pong-style game with participants competing against each other from each end of the court.

DOWNLOAD YOUR OWN COPY OF THE REPORT HERE


16 October 2018: First Principles and Beyond – Finding the Unique Opportunities in Sports Infrastructure

Interview with Kirsten Lees, Managing Partner & Head of Sport, Grimshaw (6 page PDF, 1.2Mb)


27 Feb 2018: Redefining the Stadium Experience

Interview with Tom Jones, Associate Principal, Populous UK


17 Feb 2018: A Game Changer for Mexico

Interview with Cesar Esparza, CEO, Monterrey International Stadium


09 Feb 2018: A New Lease of Life – Bristol’s Ashton Gate

Interview with Mark Kelly, Managing Director, Ashton Gate


24 Jan 2018: Optus Stadium: On Time and On Budget… how did they do it?

Interview with Ronnie Hurst, Project Director, Optus Stadium


05 Oct 2017: Two sides to the story: One Love Manchester (part 2)

Interview with Dan Schofield, Director of Operations, Manchester United FC


05 Oct 2017: Two sides to the story: One Love Manchester (part 1)

Interview with Anthony Mundy, Operations Director, Emirates Old Trafford


20 Sep 2017: Formula E – From Hospitality Products to Lifestyle Experiences

Interview with Charlene Nyantekyi, Head of Hospitality Sales and Operations, Formula E


8 Sep 2017: Seattle Sounders on how to satisfy fan expectations

Interview with Bart Wiley, Chief Operating Officer, Seattle Sounders


10 Aug 2017: The Vikings’ First Season at U.S. Bank Stadium

Interview with Kevin Warren, Chief Operating Officer, Minnesota Vikings


21 July 2017: Ireland’s Bid for RWC2023

Interview with Hugo MacNeill, Oversight Board Member, Ireland 2023 / Managing Director, Goldman Sachs


10 July 2017: A New Green Guide for nextgen stadia

Interview with Karen Eyre-White, Chief Executive, Sports Grounds Safety Authority


29 June 2017: Rail Seating – A political or safety issue?

Interview with Robin Buchanan, Stadium Manager, Celtic FC


28 Mar 2017: RAIDERS New NFL Stadium

Fly Through Goal Posts


28 Mar 2017: RAIDERS New NFL Stadium

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28 Mar 2017: RAIDERS New NFL Stadium

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7 Dec 2016: The Stadium Business Design & Development Summit 2016

The world‘s largest gathering of stadium project delegations


14 July 2016: The StadiumBusiness Summit 2016

The world’s leading meeting for the owners, operators and developers of the world’s stadia


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