Wembley Stadium, home to the England national soccer team, as well as the host venue for a wide range of other sporting and entertainment events, has upped its hospitality game by introducing a brand-new members-only gastropub called the Lioness.
The University of Arkansas is the latest college in the USA to spend big on redeveloping and will be adding more premium seating, amenities and experiences to its Donald W Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Tight deadlines and an exacting brief prompted local lighting designer Be Light! to turn to Thorn and Zumtobel for lighting solutions for the latest addition to Budapest’s cityscape.
Playing basketball or tennis on a court made of glass doesn’t sound like it would be possible but new flooring technology is transforming the potential for the appearance and functionality of the next generation of playing surfaces.
While English Premier League soccer club Everton FC is in the middle of planning for the construction of a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock it has announced that it is launching a campaign to build an altogether different type of facility in the form of a mental health center.
How FC Barcelona is using futuristic mixed reality technology to design and build its Espai Barca project
The Espai Barca project, which will see an expansion and upgrades to FC Barcelona’s Nou Camp stadium as well as a new 12,500 multipurpose venue, is bringing about a construction revolution by being built using the latest 4D mixed reality technology.
Audi Field, the new home of Major League Soccer’s DC United, has finally opened after breaking ground in 2017.
MMArena, home to French soccer side Le Mans FC, has carried out Europe’s first ever pitch transfer between two arenas after it installed hybrid turf removed from the Allianz Riviera Stadium in Nice, which is over 622 miles away.
Neil Stubley, head of courts and horticulture at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, reveals what it takes to prepare and maintain the immaculate grass tennis court playing surfaces before and during The Championships at Wimbledon.
Ron Moors, quality and development manager at Schmitz Foam, talks to Stadia about the developments in synthetic turf and whether it could completely replace natural grass pitches in the future.