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Read more on fan involvement during the stadium development project of Everton FC as well as fan experience initiatives at Lille OSC and RCD Espanyol in this short stadium industry update by ESSMA.

Read more on several stadium development and renovation projects, sustainability and see examples of fan engagement in this short stadium industry update by ESSMA.

Read more on sustainability initiatives, stadium projects and augmented reality in this short stadium industry update by ESSMA.

The New England Patriots will face the Philadelphia Eagles in the 52nd edition of the Super Bowl. Read more on one of the biggest sports events in the world and the host venue for this year’s edition: U.S. Bank Stadium.

Leicester City FC revealed their plan for a new and state-of-the-art training facility, as part of its long-term commitment to strengthening Leicestershire's status as a home for the development of world-class sport.

The EPFL, an ESSMA Strategic Partner, is pleased to present to the football family, media and fans the second edition of its Fan Attendance Report.

 

This study is aimed to give a complete overview of the fan attendance figures of all domestic championships run by the European Professional Football Leagues. It contains a deep analysis of the results of their Member Leagues and Associate Members when it comes to stadium capacity and relevant stadium utilization as well as the evolution of fan attendance during the period of seven years, from 2010/2011 football season till the last full completed season 2016/2017.

Read more on esports, VR, innovative club communication and what the WRU is considering at Principality Stadium in this short stadium industry update by ESSMA.

Read more on several stadium development projects and renovations and see examples of social media integration for fan engagement in this short stadium industry update by ESSMA.

Crystal Palace FC have plans to upgrade their current Selhurst Park. The plans include a new five-storey stand, resulting in a stadium capacity increase from 26,000 to more than 34,000 seats. The redevelopment plans are designed by stadium architects KSS and construction costs are expected to be between €85 and 115 million.

ESSMA will take part in the Moscow Stadium Forum, held on 6 and 7 December. During the two-day event, around 500 participants will learn more the construction and upkeep of sports facilities.

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