Tripleplay IPTV and digital signage to be used at European Championship final
Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens, and Stade de France, Paris, to host combined ten championship games using their Tripleplay solution.
Tripleplay’s IPTV and Digital Signage solution will be used by both the Stade de France and Stade Bollaert-Delelis during this summer’s European Championships in France.
RC Len’s Stade Bollaert-Delelis has Tripleplay’s IPTV and Digital Signage in place and will host three group games, with Albania-Switzerland, England-Wales and one second round game being competed at the recently renovated 38,223 seat stadium in the North East of France.
France’s most iconic stadium, the Stade de France, originally built for the 1998 world cup, will host seven games throughout the tournament, including the opening match between France and Romania and the final, to be played on the 10th July. In total the Stade de France has around 450 screens of Tripleplay IPTV and Digital Signage.
Both arena have implemented Tripleplay’s market leading IPTV and Digital Signage solutions, joining fellow sporting teams in France including Stade Toulousain and La Rochelles and globally iconic venues including the Daytona International Speedway, Twickenham Stadium, Wimbledon Tennis and Cape Town Stadium.
Fixtures at Stade Bllaert-Delelis, Lens and Stade de France, Paris
10/6/2016: France vs Romania – Stade de France
11/6/2016: Albania vs Switzerland – Stade Bollaert-Delelis
13/6/2016: Ireland vs Sweden – Stade de France
16/6/2016: England vs Wales – Stade Bollaert-Delelis
16/6/2016: Germany vs Poland – Stade de France
22/6/2016: Iceland vs Austria – Stade de France
25/6/2016: Winner D vs Third-Place B/E/F – Stade Bollaert-Delelis
27/6/2016: Winner E vs Runner-up D – Stade de France
3/7/2016: Winner R16 (Lyon) vs Winner R16 (Nice) – Stade de France
10/7/2016: Winner SF (Lyon) vs Winner SF (Marseille) - Stade de France