Friday, September 30, 2022

Lions Cricket: Imperial Wanderers Stadium partners with what3words

Must Read

CSA T20 Knockout 2022 squads announced

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has announced the squads for the Division Two teams participating in the CSA T20 Knockout...

Melbourne Renegades: Academy squad named for Wangaratta T20 series

Photo Credit: Melbourne Renegades The Melbourne Renegades have named a 12-player Renegades Academy squad for matches against ICC Men’s T20...

PCB: 12 Pakistan Junior League foreign players reach Lahore

Photo Credit: Pakistan Cricket Board Players to hold collective practice sessions at the National High Performance Centre over the weekendArrival...

Photo Credit:Lions Cricket

The iconic Imperial Wanderers Stadium has partnered with what3words location technology to help guide people to a precise event and venue location in an easily and accurate manner come event day.

what3words is an easy way to identify precise locations. It has taken the globe and divided it into a grid of 3m squares and assigned each square a unique combination of three random words: a what3words address. The free what3words app is available for iOS and Android, and via the online map, enabling people to find, share and navigate to what3words addresses in 50 languages to date.

“The technology will make it easier for our fans not only to find the stadium and relevant entrance gate, but to also navigate around the facility itself,” says Lions Cricket Head of Marketing, Commercial and Communications, Wanele Mngomezulu. “The technology is already deployed at Wembley Stadium, The O2, and at the Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal FC. There is always a whole host of stadium activities come event day at Imperial Wanderers Stadium, so it’s great to help fans where we can – it will help them work out where to park, but then also to find the bars, food venues and activities within the stadium.”

“No one likes running around the outside of a busy stadium trying to find the correct entrance in time for a match.” said Chris Sheldrick, Co-founder and CEO of what3words. “It’s exciting to see Imperial Wanderers Stadium embracing technology like ours to help improve the match day experience for ticket holders.”

Social media handles: LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook: @what3words

How to use what3words:
Now, people can find exact places at any event or venue using just three words. For example, ///outsize.district.shiny is the what3words address of the ride-hailing pick-up and drop-off point. Visitors can find this exact place by downloading the what3words app using iOS and Android, and via the online map. Once downloaded, they can navigate using any ride-hailing app or navigation app like Google Maps.

Simply click https://lionscricket.co.za/getting-to-the-stadium/ for more information.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

become a cricexec insider!

Join for free and get:

  • The cricexec “daily briefing” newsletter
  • Exclusive industry reports
  • Invitations to industry events
  • Early access to industry job postings
  • Many other benefits!

Latest News

CSA T20 Knockout 2022 squads announced

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has announced the squads for the Division Two teams participating in the CSA T20 Knockout...

Melbourne Renegades: Academy squad named for Wangaratta T20 series

Photo Credit: Melbourne Renegades The Melbourne Renegades have named a 12-player Renegades Academy squad for matches against ICC Men’s T20 World Cup qualifiers Scotland and...

PCB: 12 Pakistan Junior League foreign players reach Lahore

Photo Credit: Pakistan Cricket Board Players to hold collective practice sessions at the National High Performance Centre over the weekendArrival footage and interviews of the...

CSA U19 Men ready for T20KO action

Photo Credit: Cricket South Africa The South Africa (SA) Under 19 Men’s side has concluded the last preparation camp ahead of the CSA T20 Knock...

ECB reports further progress to promote equity across cricket

Photo Credit: England & Wales Cricket Board The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is today (29 September 2022) setting out the continued progress that...

More Articles Like This

Cricexec Newsletter