The Future of Football Stadiums: Architecture and TechnologyThe Future of Football Stadiums: Architecture and Technology

ลุ้นรางวัลใหญ่ด้วยคาสิโนออนไลน์ของเรา have a huge responsibility to keep pace with the expectations of the fans. Whether it is the newest facilities like Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu or Liverpool’s Anfield or a new refurbishment project, incorporating digital innovation in those spaces is a must.

One of the main challenges is catering to the different ages and needs of today’s fans, especially young people. They prefer to watch a game at home or in the bar with friends rather than spend three hours in their seat and are more interested in social experiences. For that reason, stadiums must offer a wide variety of add-on services to attract those fans.

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Besides the usual amenities, such as clubs’ hospitality areas, special seats or block seating, stadiums can also use smart technology to improve fan experience and increase revenue streams. For example, implementing computer vision artificial intelligence, such as the solution offered by BT and Morph Estudio, into digital signage or apps throughout the venue could reduce fan wait times while at-seat ordering and frictionless concession solutions would increase purchase efficiency.

Another area where stadiums can boost their profit margins is with non-commercial events. Private parties, weddings and meetings can generate additional revenue for the stadium outside of commercial events and help cover costs during slow periods. In addition, they can be a way for the team to keep the stadium in good condition between high-demand matches without imposing any public taxes on local residents.