A new weeklong focus on sports events is taking place this week across Sport Industry Group channels including an invitation-only event for senior figures from major event organisers, national governing bodies and more.
UEFA has invited 120 students to present solutions to improve fans’ match-day experience as part of its Innovation Challenge.
UEFA has worked with ThinkSport, as well as MBA students from the IMD Business School and design students from ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne, on the initiative.
The winning project was Euroband, a wristband that uses radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology, through which electromagnetic fields are used to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects at a UEFA Euro event.
UEFA and Pepsi have announced that rock band Imagine Dragons will perform at this year’s Champions League final in Madrid on 1st June.
The match will take place at Atlético Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano stadium and will be contested by Premier League clubs Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, who this week staged thrilling comebacks against Barcelona and Ajax to progress to the final.
City Football Group, which owns Premier League club Manchester City, has launched City Startup Challenge Kids, a new creative workshop for children aged seven to 11.
The initiative gives children with an interest in science and technology the chance to develop ideas that can enhance matchday experiences for clubs within the CFG portfolio. The workshop will take place on Saturday, 6th July at the City Football Academy in Manchester.
In this exclusive feature for Sport Industry Group, AXA XL Global Head of Sport & Leisure Paul Thomas considers the sometimes overlooked impact of the British weather on the grassroots game…
On any given weekend during the football season, it is a familiar sight to see pitches across the UK filled with amateur players of all abilities united by their love for the beautiful game.
Manchester City has launched a technology-focused stadium tour to mark the English Premier League football club’s 125th birthday.
Designed to guide fans through the club’s history up to the present day, the tour includes 3D holographic content, augmented reality and a 360-degree cinema screen – the first of its kind in the Premier League.
To add to the immersive experience, fans will also have the opportunity to interact with a virtual version of Manager Pep Guardiola, who will answer questions.
The new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is open at last. With all the delays and frustrations now firmly in the past – though still no naming rights deal in place – Steve Cording, Head of Sponsorship at ESI Media, considers what the venue could mean for London and its growing status as the home of US sports in Europe...
The highly anticipated new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is testimony to the growing influence and importance of London to American sports.
Four Spurs players surprised superfans with VIP tickets to the first game at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium courtesy of global investment platform eToro.
The video, part of eToro’s overarching ‘Welcome To The Club’ campaign, features an exclusive look into Spurs’ new stadium.
Saracens Rugby Club and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club have announced a five-year partnership that will see Saracens play its annual showpiece fixture at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The move has been described as a “tremendous opportunity,” reflecting the clubs’ shared vision of sport-led regeneration in north London communities.
World Rugby has released a statement in an effort to clarify the organisation’s position on the merits and structure of the proposed new Nations League.
It follows criticism of proposals for the new annual global competition from a number of stakeholder groups within the game.
Opposition was led by the International Rugby Players (IRP) council, which issued a statement as the news broke last week, expressing concern over the impact of the changes on player welfare.