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Welcome to the second issue of our new magazine that reports on and records the projects, the leaders and the new ideas that will mark out this era. Welcome to PanStadia and Arena Management.

Check out our features on Recife’s stadium suburb, engineering expertise, crowd management, the best of British, catering trends, mobile ticketing and many more, plus guest columns from ESSMA and Soccerex.

We also profile the $286.5 million expansion and renovation of iconic Lambeau Field and its Atrium, plus the new Allianz Park – a rugby stadium at weekends, a conference and banqueting venue during the week, plus an athletics track in the summer.

If you are in venue development mode, there’s our regular Facility Watch global listing of stadiums and arenas in development. Plus a report on fifteen North American college venues together worth more than $1 billion.

PanStadia & Arena Management magazine can confidently report on this rapidly growing and changing sector after the merger of Stadium & Arena Management magazine and PanStadia magazine to create the super-title PanStadia & Arena Management.

I hope you enjoy this second issue – simply click the magazine opposite to activate. Please let us know what you think.


Mark Webb, Editor

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