#Ireland2023: World Rugby Visit Day 1
The World Rugby Technical Review Committee completed its visits to the three host candidate countries - South Africa, Ireland and France - this week. This video lays out Ireland's RWC 2023 candidancy bid. #Ireland2023
Coliseum Summit EUROPE – full event review
Sports Venue Business (SVB) review of this week's Coliseum Summit EUROPE event, which was hosted at Budapest's Groupama Arena. #SportsVenueBusiness #Coliseumsummit
Coliseum Summit EUROPE – Day 1 montage
Check out this montage video from Day 1 of the Coliseum Summit EUROPE event, held at Budapest's Groupama Arena. #SportsVenueBusiness #ColiseumSummit
Katie McIntyre live from Groupama Arena
Sports Venue Business (SVB) Founder & CEO, Katie McIntyre, reports live from Groupama Arena, where this week's Coliseum Summit EUROPE conference will be taking place. #SportsVenueBusiness
THE BIG INTERVIEW: Martin Murphy, Stadium Director, Aviva Stadium
In the first in a series of video interviews with key industry experts, Katie McIntyre discusses the challenges of operating a multi-stakeholder, multi-purpose venue such as the Aviva Stadium with Stadium Director, Martin Murphy, and also asks about the current trends in Stadium Safety & Security, Venue Technology, Pitch Management, Revenue Generation, Safe Standing, and the recent visit to the stadium by the World Rugby Technical Review Group as part of Ireland's RWC 2023 candidacy bid.
Update from Sports Venue Business CEO, Katie McIntyre
Sports Venue Business CEO Katie McIntyre reports from Aviva Stadium about a series of video pieces to follow next week from Coliseum Summit Europe, being held at Budapest's Groupama Arena. Tune in next week to find out more...
Intro video to the upcoming Martin Murphy interview
Sports Venue Business (SVB) CEO visited the Aviva Stadium in Dublin today, where she interviewed Stadium Director, Martin Murphy. This intro video gives an overview as to what to expect from the full interview, which will be available shortly, so stay tuned.
Atlético de Madrid’s new 67,000-capacity stadium
The main structural elements of Atlético de Madrid's new 'Stadium Wanda Metropolitano' are nearing completion. The stadium is designed to meet the highest standards of comfort, security and visibility. The new facility, which will be ready in the summer of 2017, will host matches for the first team and will opt to host the finals of national and European competitions. See more at: http://en.atleticodemadrid.com/atm/the-big-leap#sthash.1Wsmp52q.dpuf Courtesy: New Stadium Wanda Metropolitano by Nuevo Estadio Atlético de Madrid
East Carolina University Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium renovation project
East Carolina University's Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium southside renovation has taken another step forward, with the UNC Board of Governors having approved the project.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium: A feat of stadium design & engineering
Hear all about the innovative and world-class architecture, design and engineering solutions being utilised on the brand new Mercedes-Benz Stadium, making it truly one of a kind. HOK is collaborating on the design with tvsdesign, Goode Van Slyke Architecture and Stanley Beaman & Sears.
SAN MAMÉS STADIUM – AERIAL FLYTHROUGH
The new San Mames Stadium offers added value to the circulation areas, contributing spatial qualities & linking them in an intense fashion to the city of Bilbao & the surroundings. This connection is materialised by the introduction of great windows framed in red; one includes the club’s crest, which is projected via LED technology. In the same way, the ETFE panels that make up the façade change their white colour for any imaginable combination of shapes & colours. The design of the new stadium, by IDOM - the architectural practice behind the original San Mames - with capacity for 53,332, satisfies the requirements for an UEFA “Elite category” stadium. The complex also includes a museum, shopping area, restaurants, cafeterias, event, meeting & conference rooms.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium 4K Time-lapse by EarthCam
In this video from EarthCam, we get a unique look at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which the NFC Champion, the Atlanta Falcons, will be moving in to for the 2017/18 season. The architectural marvel was designed by HOK in collaboration with tvsdesign, Goode Van Slyke Architecture and Stanley Beaman & Sears.