SportsInnovation – You should be there
11. and 12. May 2022 in Düsseldorf
The date for the next SportsInnovation has been set: The trade show, at which numerous exhibitors from the fields of sports, media and sports facilities will present the future trends in their fields, will take place in Düsseldorf on May 11 and 12, 2022. The centerpiece of the industry event organized by DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga, Sportstadt Düsseldorf and Spielmacher will once again be the so-called “innovation games”: Soccer games in which the latest technologies are demonstrated in live application.
The venue will once again be the MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA in Düsseldorf. At its premiere in 2018, the innovation fair recorded 47 exhibitors as well as more than 900 guests from 21 countries. After the already scheduled event in 2020 could not take place due to the Corona pandemic, SportsInnovation will experience its second edition in 2022.
Further details about SportsInnovation 2022 will be announced in the coming months.
BE PART OF AN INNOVATIVE AND INTERACTIVE PROGRAMME:
- Live testing of hands-on technologies
- Live matches in the arena
- Presentations in the business suites and in the business zone
- Central stage with high-profile guests and an exciting program
- Exchange and networking
- “Get together” on the SportsInnovation Night
EXPERIENCE THE FUTURE OF SPORTS – MEDIA – STADIUM
Live matches in the MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA serve as test platforms for both established providers and start-ups, enabling all participants an exclusive glimpse into today’s and tomorrow’s technology.
SportsInnovation is the place where suppliers and decision-makers from clubs, federations and organizations involved in elite sports meet.
“DFL stands for innovation – from the founding of our own subsidiary, Sportcast, in 2006; the establishment of our joint venture, Sportec Solutions; to tests on the integration of UHD, HDR and virtual advertising in the basic signal. SportsInnovation provides a unique international platform where you can experience the sports world of tomorrow.”
Christian Seifert, CEO Bundesliga