World’s # 1 Event That Consistently Gathers Top Global Stadium Owners, Clubs, Federations, Architects And Consultants Under One Roof

18 - 20 May, 2020 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

About World Stadium Congress

As the future of sporting events, fan experiences and other venue related events depend on next-generation stadium design, security practices and VIP experiences; The era of connected stadiums is now to ensure modern, better, safer and personalised services to fans and partners.

With data being everywhere it is also important to keep pace with VIP demands to create data-driven sponsorships and better fan engagement and is vital to blend new technologies with the classic strategies to continue legacy and enhance sustainability.

Celebrating our 10 year anniversary, World Stadium Congress, taking place 20 – 22 May 2019 in Amsterdam will delve deep into the heart of design and operations to ensure stadiums remain year long profitable and attractive to fans.

World Stadium Congress will discuss future trends in fan experience, stadium design and fan security whilst exploring new opportunities in Esports, broadcasting and year-round revenue generation!

Whether you are a stadium operator, club owner, architect, contractor or supplier, this event will provide you with all the networking and insights you need to stay ahead in the game.

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Who should attend?

Heads Of:

  • Stadiums
  • Venue Operations
  • IT/Digital/Innovation
  • Projects
  • Construction
  • Venue and Event Security
  • Sports Architecture
  • Sports Consultancy 
  • Facility Management 
  • Esports 
  • Broadcasting
  • Partnerships

From The Following Industries: 

  • International Sporting Associations/Federations
  • Regional and Local Organising Associations/Committees
  • Stadium Owners and Operators
  • Sporting Clubs
  • Sport Ministries
  • Sports Councils and Authorities
  • Interior Ministries, Police and Security Associations
  • Sport Architecture Consultants
  • Stadium & Arena Contractors Monitors/Radars