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Heineken announced as official headline sponsor of The Stadium Events & Hospitality Awards 2018

Stadium Experience is pleased to announce that the official headline sponsor of the 2018 Stadium Events & Hospitality Awards will be Heineken. The event will be hosted at the American Express Community Stadium, home of premiership football team, Brighton & Hove Albion FC on Thursday 31st May 2018. The prestigious event aims to recognise the efforts and dedication shown by the catering, conference and events teams at every football and rugby stadium across the UK and Ireland.
Around 400 guests will be welcomed to experience a four course menu, awards ceremony, entertainment, followed by DJ and an exclusive onsite after party, all organised by Stadium Experience and the venues catering partner, Sodexo Prestige Venues & Events. Guests will receive a warm welcome to the Mayo Wynne Baxter Lounge with a complimentary drinks reception – including Heineken beer. The reception will also include a showcase of Heineken’s latest beer pouring technology, ideal for incremental sales opportunities in stadia settings.
Gareth Head, Regional Sales Director from Heineken commented: “This is a fantastic event to be part of, and allows Heineken to showcase not only our brands, but also some of the fantastic technology we have that can enhance any consumers experience both in stadiums and bars.”
Debbie Rigney, Marketing & PR Manager for Stadium Experience, said: “This is the 14th annual awards organised by Stadium Experience, which continues to grow bigger and better every year. We would like to thank Heineken for their support this year, and we look forward to working together.”


Holland Park Lawn Tennis Club, London

In order to provide the best experience for members, sport clubs always need to be on the ball when it comes to offering the latest technologies at their facilities. After researching and testing various surface options, members at Holland Park Lawn Tennis Club settled on one it felt was capable of giving its courts a new lease of life.
Providing its members with eight playing courts in total, Holland Park Lawn Tennis Club boasts five artificial grass courts, and three lawn/natural grass courts. However, after over 10 years of service to the local players, the existing artificial grass surface on two of the courts came to its end and was in need of replacing.
With member satisfaction and added value a key focus, the committee decided to give members the opportunity to play test a number of the different surfaces. The club soon found that the majority of its members favoured TigerTurf’s Advantage Pro artificial grass, and so the decision was made to renew the two worn out courts accordingly.
The club employed tennis court construction specialists, Chiltern Sports Contractors, to install TigerTurf’s Advantage Pro in July 2017.
Since then, members have been praising the improved playability of the court, with Advantage Pro boasting consistent bounce, while remaining soft underfoot. This makes it suitable for players of all levels of experience, from the most advanced, to the very beginner.
With Holland Park Lawn Tennis Club’s courts being situated outside and in use for six to eight hours a day, Advantage Pro is also ideal as it is extremely durable and drains freely and quickly. In fact, the unique yarn used has been specifically designed so that it doesn’t shine when wet, or under floodlights, meaning the courts can be used come rain or shine.
Jason Beever, Club & Tennis Manager at Holland Park Lawn Tennis Club commented: “One of the key things we are always looking to do for our members is to add value to the facilities.
“With this installation, we did just that. Not only does it improve play, it also looks great with its two-tone colour scheme and has been a smart and attractive addition to our courts.
“However, what’s even better about this installation is that we were able to include our members in the decision process. It’s safe to say they are loving it and the Advantage Pro artificial grass courts are proving a very popular addition to Holland Park Lawn Tennis Club.”


Leicester City Unveil Plans For New Training Facility

Leicester City Football Club has today revealed plans for a brand new, 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.
Building on the successes of recent seasons – which have seen the Foxes bring Premier League football, the Premier League title and the UEFA Champions League to Leicester – the Club will continue to enhance the region’s sporting status through the development of a site in Charnwood.
A programme of public consultation has been scheduled for Spring 2018, giving local residents, businesses, communities and Foxes fans the opportunity to discuss the proposals for the new site – previously occupied by Park Hill Golf Club. Details of these consultations will be advertised in the coming weeks.
Future plans for the site of the Club’s current training facility at Belvoir Drive in Leicester are under consideration and will be decided upon in due course.
Investment in a training facility to rival the very best in the UK is the latest phase in the realisation of King Power International’s long-term vision for Leicester City – a vision conceived by the Srivaddhanaprabha family and sustainably implemented since 2010.
The new training centre will include facilities for the Club’s First Team, Development Squad and Academy setups, as well as facilities to support the Club’s community programme and its efforts to promote inclusion and sports participation throughout the region.
In addition, as part of its commitment to research, development and innovation in sport and beyond, the Club intends to engage with the region’s major educational establishments to offer further opportunities for progressive collaboration in a world-class environment.
Leicester City Vice Chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha said: “The Club has experienced an extraordinary rate of growth in the last seven years and keeping the Leicestershire community at the heart of that growth has been and will continue to be a fundamental principle of our vision.
“The new training ground is a truly exciting phase of our development and a once-in-a-generation opportunity for us to demonstrate both our ambition, and that of the city, on such a large scale. We want to invest in the best possible training facilities to develop and attract the world’s elite sporting talent to Leicester and to give them a competitive edge in a game that is constantly evolving.
“It is crucial to us that the benefits brought about by the new development make the facility a source of pride for the Leicestershire community – known for so many years for its rich tradition in sporting development.”
Chief Executive Susan Whelan said: “The new training ground is a very important project for the Club and is still in its early stages, with a lot of plans still to be finalised, but the acquisition of the site is a significant first step we want to share with our fans and with the Leicestershire community.
“The forthcoming consultations will be an opportunity for the surrounding communities to learn more about the direction we would propose, to understand the opportunities the development will present and offer valuable feedback that we can take into the planning stages.
“It’s an exciting time for the Football Club and another strong statement of long-term commitment from King Power International to the Club and the wider region.”
The Club will confirm dates and locations for the public consultation on the new training facility in due course.

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