What we do

We are Stadium

Stadium is dedicated to security. Each of our clients relies on us to ensure their events and their people are safe . We take this responsibility seriously. And we work to achieve excellence.

Every day, our dedicated and attentive professionals meet the challenges our clients face when bringing people together. It’s what we do – and we’re good at it. The safety of people matters to us. That’s why we’ve spent years working with security infrastructure – because we’re passionate about protection. We share all of our experience with our clients, and together we make their events better.

It’s a basic human urge to gather together and enjoy ourselves. And it’s a basic human desire to feel safe. Any organisation responsible for a public gathering – from ticketed events to pedestrianised spaces – appreciates the importance of the trust placed in them. That’s why Stadium’s services are tailor-made: each time we attend an event, we’re delivering a bespoke plan that shapes itself to the demands of that site. That’s because we want each and every event our clients host to run as smoothly and as safely as possible. We draw on our years of experience, and unrivalled access to the best kit and equipment, to devise a solution that ensures every risk is mitigated – and every crowd that little bit safer. Every crowd is different. So is every event. At Stadium, we understand that – and thrive on the variety.

We believe that safety starts with a good conversation. We talk with each of our clients so that we can help them understand exactly what they need – and then we source it. Safety is a details business. At Stadium, we keep every corner covered. When it comes to crowds, taking care is what wisdom looks like.

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Our clients

At Stadium, we work across a range of sectors, and with clients of all kinds, to ensure spaces of every sort are as safe as they should be. From football stadia to music festivals, public places to conference venues, we are dedicated to helping our clients host and hold events that run as smoothly – and as securely – as possible.

In doing so, we pride ourselves on developing lasting relationships with our customers. We take the time to understand each of them fully, so that we can develop security and traffic management plans which fit every situation exactly. That careful and close working is the basis of our delivery – and many of our clients have come to rely on us long-term.

Why take our word for it? Browse our client list and case studies to learn more – and the achievements we shared with them.

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British NFL fans kept safe by Stadium

Fans attending NFL games in London over the past two years have been kept safe thanks to Stadium’s security services and HVM barriers.

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Merseyrail – customer service to help train passengers

Merseyrail is an urban network of vital importance to the transport infrastructure of the Liverpool City Region, operating on the Wirral and Northern lines. It is one of the most punctual and reliable railway networks in the UK, with consistently high scores for customer satisfaction.

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“…It is this high level of customer service that keeps travellers coming back, and we would recommend Stadium to other rail franchises undertaking major works.”

Stephen Bradley, Head of Stations - Merseyrail
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ICC Cricket World Cup – Fan safety at Lord’s

Stadium was tasked with providing hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) barriers during four matches in the Cricket World Cup, and the Second Test of the 2019 Ashes between England and Australia.

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“In 2019, we worked with Stadium for the first time to provide a Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) rental solution at Lord’s Cricket Ground for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup and the England v Australia Test match.

 

Stadium provided us with temporary HVM barriers at two locations for all five events for perimeter security and crowd protection from potential vehicle ramming attacks. Both barriers were manned which allowed access to emergency and VIP vehicles and service providers in approximately 30 seconds.

 

The HVM teams also provided excellent customer service to fans and visitors by providing help with directions to the ticket office and on-site facilities as well as general enquiries from the local community.”

Jon Williams, Head of Security, Lord's
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Fever Tree Championships

The Fever-Tree Tennis Championships at Queens is the lead up tournament to one of the largest and most well-known Tennis Opens in the world, Wimbledon.

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“… As I live practically on top of where the barriers were located by the main entrance, I was impressed after the initial assembly that the disturbance was kept to a minimum -bearing in mind that many sections of the barriers are heavy-duty steel. If this company continues to attend these events with this level of consideration and efficiency, it bodes well for both the residents and Queens Club in the future.”

Baron’s Court resident, Bill Howell
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BBC Biggest Weekend, War Memorial Park, Coventry

In 2018, Stadium helped keep fans safe at one of the largest music events ever to come to Coventry – BBC The Biggest Weekend.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers & End of Season Promotions Parade

When Wolverhampton Wanderers FC were promoted to the Premier League in 2018, Stadium was hired by the club to provide security for their promotion parade after having worked with the club since 2017.

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“Stadium are well known in Wolverhampton for their valuable work ensuring that football fans can safely access the Molineux to watch Wolves play. When we began planning the parade to celebrate Wolves winning the Championship, it soon became clear that we needed the services of a traffic management company. Stadium’s demonstration of their ATG Access Surface Guard system and experience in open-top bus parades reassured us that they would help protect the 80,000 people who attended the event. We’re very grateful to Stadium for their hard work and fast responses to the quickly changing plans.”

Colin Parr, Head of Business Services. Wolverhampton City Council.
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Burnley FC

Stadium is the primary provider of crowd management, traffic management and HVM barrier requirements for the club at the Claret’s home stadium Turf Moor.

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London Olympics

Stadium allocated 700 accredited staff to provide traffic management, stewarding and security services to 24 venues across North & East London including the Olympic village for the duration of the London Games.

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Liverpool FC

At Liverpool, we are responsible for Anfield Stadium’s traffic management operation and have supplied Liverpool FC with Traffic Management services since 2012, with average attendances of 54,000.

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Godiva Music Festival, Coventry

Stadium has provided its services to the festival for a number of years, including in 2014 which saw a record number of visitors attend.

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Glasgow Commonwealth Games

Stadium provided key security and crowd management services across 3 venues as an official supplier to the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Stadium had a 3 month period between the award of contract and operations going live.

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Latest updates

Next exhibiting at:

International Security Expo

Excel, London

2 and 3 Dec

02.12.20

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Coronavirus: Stadium measures 13 March 2020

Founder and Managing Director, David McAtamney for Stadium said: “We respect the Premier League...
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