Month: October 2019


Coliseum Summit MENA heading back to Abu Dhabi

Coliseum Summit MENA 2019 - press release

Coliseum – numero uno in international stadium conferences – is heading back to the UAE this year where Coliseum Summit MENA 2019 is all set to be held at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island on October 30-31. The Coliseum Summit is the most remarkable feature of Coliseum. The...
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Sacramento Kings’ bid to boost bonhomie with fans

Sacramento Kings and block chain technology

The American professional basketball team Sacramento Kings is all set to launch the league’s first block chain-based rewards program. It will be available for fans just before the NBA home game introduction on October 25. The Sacramento Kings have joined hands with Blockparty to come up with a...
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Huge response to Everton’s consultation on new facility

Everton FC update October 2019

Everton Football Club – the English professional football club based in Walton, Liverpool – has received huge response to its proposal for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock at Vauxhall in England. A community-led legacy project will also come up at Goodison Park in Walton, England. More than...
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Straight sections to come up at West Ham club

London Stadium new stands

West Ham United football club had claimed way back in February that it is all set to give an ethereal experience to its fans on match day. However, their tall claims have proved to be a damp squib. The English professional football club based in Stratford, East London, had promised the moon to...
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MATCH Hospitality promises (match) less services

Silverstone Racetrack

MATCH Hospitality – the company whose forte is management and sales of commercial hospitality programs for sporting extravaganzas – has vowed to take the guest experience at Silverstone to “the next level”. A decision to this effect was taken after the Zurich-based company was appointed...
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Movistar acquires naming rights deal for Buenos Aires arena

Buenos Aires Arena - Movistar Arena

A new arena which can accommodate a capacity crowd of up to 15,000 people is scheduled to go on stream on November 1 in the Villa Crespo district of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Telefónica-owned telecommunications provider Movistar has sealed a naming-rights partnership for the venue. Prior to this...
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‘Vice’ sectors out from London Stadium naming-rights deal

London Stadium naming rights

Companies who are into the business of alcohol, gambling and tobacco have been ruled out as naming-rights partners for London Stadium, the home of English Premier League football club West Ham United. The Daily Mail reported that the hunt is on for a main sponsor by stadium stakeholders who would...
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