Football & Stadium Management (FSM) is a print magazine and digital news resource for those involved with sports stadia, facilities, pitch and turf care.

Euro 2020 Disorder Review: Collective Sea Change Essential To Avoid Any Repeat

Chaos at Wembley Stadium at Euro 2020 finals An FA review on the disorder at the Euro 2020 final at Wembley Stadium highlights a series of crowd 'near misses' which could have led to fatalities. The incidents at the showpiece final on July 11th were broadcast to the world and indicated a number of failings as stewards and police were overrun by ticketless England fans desperate to witness their first final for the national side since 1966.

Quick Thinking And Quick Action Imperative In Stadiums

An image of the medical emergency at the Watford v Chelsea football match A timely reminder of the importance of defibrillators being essential at all stadia and facilities with more medical emergencies last night in grounds.

New Plans For Cardiff Arms Park Redevelopment

Cardiff Arms Park Stadium New plans to redevelop Cardiff Arms Park have been confirmed. Cardiff Athletic Club (CAC) is the owner of the ground in the centre of the Cardiff and next to the Principality Stadium. They are establishing a subsidiary company, Cardiff Arms Park Redevelopment Company Ltd to drive the project forward.

Launch Of The Global Crowd Management Alliance

Global Crowd Management Alliance logo Global Crowd Management Leaders Unite For A Safer World

The Global Crowd Management Alliance (GCMA) has been officially launched, bringing together crowd managers, organisations, businesses, academics, and individuals with a shared interest in safety from across the globe.

CGF Coordination Commission Set For Latest Review Of Birmingham 2022

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games logo The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission is undertaking its latest review of the Birmingham 2022 preparations this week.

The Coordination Commission (CoCom) is responsible for delivery oversight of the Commonwealth Games and tasked with monitoring the Games to ensure it is delivered to scope, schedule and budget.

BCC Calls For Industry APPG To Urgently Make Progress On Key Issues

Crisis meeting called to discuss next steps

British Cleaning Council logo The British Cleaning Council (BCC) has urgently called on the All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Cleaning and Hygiene Industry to drive progress on key issues affecting the sector.

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