TheStadiumBusiness Awards are the first industry awards for the stadium sector by the stadium sector.
TheStadiumBusiness Awards were launched in 2010, in order to:
- Recognise achievement, innovation, fresh thinking and the leaders in the world of stadium, arena and sports venue management.
- Raise industry standards and encourage greater professionalism.
- Drive awareness of the stadium, arena and sports venue sector.
Now in their eighth year, TheStadiumBusiness Awards are recognised around the world. All shortlisted nominees are invited, along with Summit delegates, for a special dinner as we announce the winners!
TIMELINE OF THE 2017 AWARDS PROCESS:
The key dates for the 2018 awards will be released soon, but to give you an idea of how the Awards process is scheduled, please see below.
To see a full breakdown of the Awards process simply click here.
HOW TO ENTER:
Nominations and details on how to nominate will be released very soon.
As our previous Awards winners will testify, there are many benefits of being shortlisted and/or receiving an Award at TheStadiumBusiness Awards, including:
- Recognition of your organisation’s achievements;
- Creation of PR/media promotion opportunities;
- Motivate your team/Corporate pride;
- Distinguish yourself from your competitors;
- Enhance your brand;
- Global benefits of a recognised endorsement from your industry.
If you want to see what happens at the Awards, check out our 2016 Photo Gallery here…
- TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2016 – Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain
- TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2015 – Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
- TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2014 – RAF Museum, Hendon, London, United Kingdom
- TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2013 – The Point @ Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, United Kingdom
- TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2012 – Museo dell’Automobile, in Turin, Italy
- TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2011 – FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou Stadium, Barcelona, Spain
- TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2010 – Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, Ireland