Works have begun to transform land at Birmingham’s world-renowned Edgbaston Stadium to create a new entrance plaza, car parking facilities and ‘The Edgbaston Residences’ complex, which will comprise 375 high quality residential apartments and new retail and leisure opportunities.
Populous has been appointed as Lead Architect for the €100m Stade de la Meinau renovation project in Strasbourg, France.
Armored Things and the Cavaliers have announced a new technology collaboration to help ensure the safe return of fans and staff to Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.
OVG, the developers behind Co-op Live - the new 23,500 capacity arena in Manchester - have entered into a partnership with leading international sports and entertainment consulting firm, Elevate Sports Ventures, to support on strategy, marketing, sales and service for the venue’s premium hospitality offerings. The partnership, which complements the announcement of a 15-year naming rights partnership with Co-operative Group, sees Elevate
As a new step in the modernisation process of San Carlos Apoquindo Stadium, Chilean soccer giants, Cruzados have launched the designs for the venue's transformation to make it the most modern and sustainable in the country. The plans were unveiled by Chile's top-flight football club, Deportivo Universidad Católica (Cruzados) of the Primera División on December 17, 2020, with Spanish
Ungerboeck has unveiled ‘We Will Event Again’, a powerful video campaign that reflects on the challenges faced by the event industry over the past 12 months. The video opens with the difficulties venues and event professionals have experienced since the beginning of the global pandemic, before highlighting how the event industry adapted and innovated to create and deliver new event experiences.
As 2020 draws to a close, sports hospitality and events agency, En2end is celebrating a successful second half of the year, since forming in May 2019, despite the challenges the global pandemic presented. When live sport was suspended in March this year, En2end were quick to adapt, using the down ti
Phoenix Rising FC, Arizona’s highest-level professional soccer team, announced this week the relocation of its stadium and professional training facilities from south Scottsdale to Wild Horse Pass within the Gila River Indian Community.