Miami Dolphins install longest ribbon display in professional sports


The Hard Rock Stadium, home to the NFL’s Miami Dolphins, has installed the longest continuous LED ribbon display found anywhere in professional sports.

The 2,105ft (642m) long display, which also measures 3.5ft (1m) high, is installed on the front of the entire seating fascia of the stadium and spans 360-degrees for fans to see information such as game data, messages and more.

The ribbon display, designed and installed by Daktronics, was installed in the spring and integrate with the LED video displays in the four corners of the stadium, two further ribbon displays, as well as the exterior video board marquee for a total of 33,700ft2 of displays for an enhanced gameday experience.

“This new ribbon display completes the fan experience in the seating bowl at Hard Rock Stadium by surrounding fans in LED lights to immerse them in the game-day action,” said Kyle Adams, Daktronics regional sales manager. “We’re thrilled to extend our long-term partnership with the Miami Dolphins with this installation as we continually help them to provide their fans with the best experience at their live events. We look forward to the success of this installation and our partnership for years to come.”

Daktronics history with the Miami Dolphins dates back to 1993 and includes the first High-Definition LED video display installed in sports in 2006.

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