It was always inevitable that the countless, unavoidable event postponements of 2020 would lead to congestion on this year’s sporting calendar. The consequences of the widespread disruption caused by Covid-19…
For sports such as road cycling, where the vast majority of spectators will only experience the live race for a fleeting few seconds when the peloton passes by, organisers can face a challenge to maintain engagement. Tour organiser Amaury Sport Organisation believes it has found a solution, with a series of strategically-located ‘Fan Parks’.
When Premier League club Manchester City opened its Tunnel Club two years ago, the facility was credited with bringing a new dimension to the match-going fan experience in the UK. Now, it is Northampton Saints’ turn to adapt the concept for English rugby union.
The Championships at Wimbledon will reflect on its glorious past, whilst embracing new-age fan zones and technologies, as preparations for public-facing initiatives are finalised ahead of the start of the 2019 edition of the tennis grand slam on July 1.
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup got off to a perfect start for the host nation on Friday, and France’s staging of the tournament is also setting a first from a fan experience perspective. Along with Paris and Lyon, the cities of Grenoble, Le Havre, Montpellier, Nice, Reims, Rennes and Valenciennes will stage games – and fan-facing activations and campaigns are at the heart of the hosting strategy.
Fans attending the Coppa Italia final between Atalanta and Lazio will be treated to an enhanced experience today (May 15) through the launch of an app that will provide a host of services, including the ability to live stream the game from multiple camera positions.
The 2019 Cricket World Cup will commence in England and Wales later this month, with local organisers seeking to harness their fanzone plans to further build on the tournament’s goal of engaging new cricket fans, and not just fervent followers of the sport.
A groundbreaking new partnership between West Ham United and the Socios.com platform will allow the football club to enhance the experience of fans by putting them at the heart of the decision-making process.
Back in late Spring, with Aviva Premiership Rugby’s two form teams going head to head in the 2018 final, the season ending spectacle was never going to be short of…
For the first time, CSM Live and Provision Events will deliver the HSBC Mass Engagement activation programme across the HSBC Try Rugby Zone and Hysan Place at the Hong Kong…