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    Building of a West Side Stadium In my opinion they should build the West Side stadium. It would give us a chance at the 2012 Summer Olympics as well as give us a chance at bringing the Jets to New York where they belong. It would also help open up job here in New York City for construction workers like myself and open up many opportunities for people all over the city. The building of the West Side stadium has been a hot topic of conversation for months now and the topic has not cooled off. The debate

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    Invesco Field at Mile High is the newly installed stadium in Denver after they got rid of the old stadium. All of the Denver Bronco home games are put on here. I would have to say that this place is the most memorable place I have ever been too in my life. It was near 11:00 on a Saturday morning when I saw the stadium that was hosting the greatest concert of all time. The stadium had an interesting architecture such in that the top of the stadium had rolling curves as if it was a roller coaster

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    Jade Stadium Redevelopment (project management) Introduction The redevelopment of Jade Stadium, formally Lancaster Park, has been a project in development for a number of years. It is interesting to view the processes and changes in approaches to reach compromises, that have occurred in the lead up to this project especially with the stage the redevelopment is at now, (near completion). The emphasis placed upon planning and funding has had a huge impact to not only the time frame for

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    judahs Triumph

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    interesting behind the scenes trivia, most of which is in connection to the stadium or the chariot racing. According to The Internet Movie Database the design of the stadium was a controversy. “MGM asked an archaeologist what the stadium in Jerusalem had looked like. ‘Roman,’ came the reply. A second archaeologist was asked. ‘It was in a Phoenician style,’ he said. A third archaeologist was consulted, who said: ‘Stadium? I was not aware that Jerusalem had one!’ MGM engineers eventually sat down and

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    Sports Marketing and Mobile Technology

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    Fans are using social media m... ... middle of paper ... ... the live action, pushing the team to find new ways of delivering unique mobile content during games.” The apps allow fans to have a more interactive experience while they are at the stadiums. It also allows the teams to hear their feedback and gives them the chance to improve on possible mistakes they made or, in general, make the experience better for fans. Works Cited Feil, Stuart. "The Passion of the Fan." ADWEEK. N.p., 28 Jan

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    Hillsborough Summary The movie "Disaster at Hillsborough" showed the complexity of a stampede. From the build-up of people outside the gate, to the disaster that ended in the death of 95 people. The film started out outside the stadium where 95 people died at a soccer game. The stadium was not equipped for the masses of people to show up all at the same place at the same time. According to the officer interviewed there was no plan in case of an emergency and no problems anticipated. The atmosphere outside

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    like the United Kingdom, Brazil, Germany, and Spain. The Total aggregate attendance of the English Premier League games reached 13,165,416 in season 2011/2012. As the most popular sport in Brazil, 6.7 million fans attended soccer games in Brazil’s stadiums during the 2009 season. Soccer is also one of the most revenue-making entertainment industries around the world. In season 2011/12, the European football market grew to 19.4 billion euros and its revenue was 1 billion euros over the second placed

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    The amount of money to operate for sports events are increasing every year, such as FIFA World cup, ICC Cricket world cup, FedEx cup, UEFA Europa League, the world series, Super Bowl, UEFA Champions League, Asian Games, Winter and summer Olympic and even Paralympic as well. Sporting events are parties that break from daily routine. But, these days, sports events are not just a big event to enjoy or team competes against others. Global Sports events became a turning point for host country, which have

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    Hooligans

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    in their being composed of fans of another football team. And another interesting fact about hooligans is that they consider themselves to be true fans: they support the team for better or worse, they create the highly praised ‘atmosphere’ inside stadiums. Their main interest does not seem much to see brilliant football but to see their team win. As I mentioned in the beginning football hooliganism is known as the ‘English Disease’ but it has been a problem throughout Europe especially in Germany

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    Soccer Hooliganism

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    problem by publicizing, and exaggerating hooligan activities. Although the exact definition of hooliganism is rather open-ended, it can be characterized as violence toward opposing fans, players, and refs or destruction of objects inside or around the stadium. Violent incidents that occur following a game that fans perpetrate are also often considered acts of hooliganism (Soccer 2). What we know today as hooliganism began in Britain in the late nineteen-sixties. Riots, field invasions, beatings, and deaths

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