An Impossible Boxing Day: Why European Football Stops at Christmas

European football fans ask themselves this question every single Christmas. Why aren’t there matches on?

Technologies that will define the stadiums of the future

Digital tech is one of the fastest growing areas in sports stadium management.

Competition in the sports technology game is here to stay

Technology is changing the world of sport in many ways and its use is growing rapidly.

The Incidence of Patellar Tendinopathy in Professional Football

Last year, the 30th of December, FC Barcelona issued a statement making it official that its goalkeeper Marc-André Ter Stegen suffered from tendinopathy in the right knee that required treatment

An intelligent Camp Nou management system which will help enhance other venues

The IoTwins project, financed by the European Union in its Horizon 2020 programme, will be used to develop an Espai Barça management tool.

The era of consolidating global strategies arrives

The strategy of major sports clubs is to consolidate the global impact they have had in recent years.

Filling the void in games without an audience

For the 2020-2021 season, European football has suffered an estimated loss of 4 billion Euros, the NBA has calculated 500 million dollars, the NFL 1,300, and the MLB 200.

Appealing to Gen Z, the Greatest Challenge in Professional Sport

Right now, the question is inevitable: How can we make a one hundred and fifty-year-old sport, with rules that have remained unchanged, attractive for a generation that has grown up surrounded by screens.

2020 is proving to be a year of challenges and changes to the way we live, work and play

With the pandemic affecting us all across the globe, we are having to adapt to different ways of living and working. And this is no different in the world of sport.

Monetising a closed stadium nowadays

The pandemic has taken away what is most important within stadiums, the audience.