Month: March 2022

Slingsby Gin pouring rights across Ascot

Ascot signs gin partner

Slingsby Gin, the Yorkshire gin brand inspired by its spa-town heritage of Harrogate, has sponsored Ascot Racecourse (UK) to become its official gin supplier. The ‘KamCity’ stated that as the official gin supplier to Ascot, Slingsby Gin will have exclusive pouring rights across the racecourse,... » Read more

Companeer GmbH pioneering security solutions

Thomas Albinger on Coliseum MENA

Thomas Albinger is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Companeer GmbH, a Munich-based company offering conceptual services, consultancy and project management services to stadium operators and public authorities.Full presentation available exclusively for Coliseum membersApply for membership ... » Read more

Russia no longer to host FINA swimming show

FINA calls off Kazan competition

Swimming’s global governing body FINA has called off the World Junior Swimming Championships that were set to take place in Kazan, Russia, in late August, in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The ‘Reuters’ stated that FINA said it had made the decision to cancel the biennial event... » Read more

Queens Park Rangers F.C. go for rail seating

Queens Park Rangers will install rail seating

The English professional football club Queens Park Rangers F.C. (UK) have confirmed that they will install rail seating at their home ground – the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium – in time for the next season. The ‘msn’ stated that clubs across the United Kingdom have had safe... » Read more

Players frown at Paris 2024 basketball venue

Paris 2024 and FIBA looking for a new basketball venue

Paris 2024 and the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) have announced that preliminary round matches will no longer take place at the Arena Paris Sud, with the venue having been criticized by the players. The ‘inside the games’ stated that the Hall Six at the Porte de Versailles... » Read more

Woodbine Entertainment set soccer goals

Toronto eyes new stadium

Woodbine Entertainment is partnering with private investors to build a soccer training facility and soccer-specific stadium near Toronto (Canada). The ‘SN’ stated that Woodbine confirmed on March 23rd that it will designate a portion of its land for construction of the venues with the goal of... » Read more

Dragging-feet Stratford MSG Sphere gets nod

London Sphere gets green light

The Madison Square Garden (MSG) Sphere in Stratford, London, (UK) has been given the go-ahead by the local authority’s planning committee, three years after plans went in. The ‘Construction News’ stated that Members of the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) Planning Decisions... » Read more