Real Wireless attended the first Premier League match held at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this week (3 April 2019) after playing a role in creating the world’s most technologically advanced stadium.
CEO Mark Keenan attended the official opening, which saw Premier League football return to Tottenham after 23 months at Wembley. Almost 60,000 fans packed into the brand new stadium to see Tottenham beat Crystal Palace 2-0.
Mark said: “It was an incredible night for the fans and everyone involved in the build of this stadium. Real Wireless is proud to have supported Tottenham Hotspur FC over the last six years and to play a part in the design of one of the most technologically advanced stadiums in the world. Congratulations to everyone involved but in particularly from Real Wireless – Scott Kelton and Sean Mullen for their unstinting efforts on this project.”
The arena is the country’s first entirely cashless sports venue and the two big screens are the largest in western Europe. The ground also boasts the UK’s biggest single-tier stand, holding 17,500 people. The stadium is one of the most advanced in the world, with technology playing a key role in improving the fan experience and making operations as smooth as possible.
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