Stadia & Arena Asia Pacific

The Stadia & Arena annual conference and exhibition is PanStadia & Arena Management magazine’s annual meeting of the world’s sports venue owners, operators and developers as well as the sector’s leading architects, designers, contractors, producers and suppliers.

Launched in 1999 in London, the event is internationally acclaimed as attracting a high quality audience of industry decision-makers from around the world. It quickly established itself as Europe’s leading industry event for the entertainment and sports venue industry, taking place in cities as diverse as Barcelona, Geneva, Milan, Munich, Rome, Prague, Istanbul, Marseille and Bordeaux.

In 2014 and 2015, the event shifted its emphasis to focus on the Asia Pacific region, with a successful debut in Singapore following the official opening of the Singapore Sports Hub.

Following Japan’s successful international event bids culminating in the Rugby World Cup 2019, Tokyo 2020, the Kansai World Masters Games 2021 and, subsequently, the Asian Games 2026, the event moved to Japan for 2016.

Stadia and Arena Asia Pacific