European Healthy Stadia Conference 2017 – Emirates Stadium, London


European Healthy Stadia Conference 2017 – Emirates Stadium, London

Save the Date: European Healthy Stadia Conference, 27th April 2017

The European Healthy Stadia Network is very pleased to announce that its next conference will be held on Thursday 27th April at Emirates Stadium, London – home of Arsenal Football Club.

This will be the fourth international conference held by the Network, and will celebrate 10 years of the European Healthy Stadia movement. The conference is now considered the principal symposium and networking space for professionals involved in the cross-cutting fields of sport and health, but will also be of interest to those working in CSR and sport, stadia management and sustainability.

Matthew Philpott, Executive Director of Healthy Stadia said: “We are proud to start our 10th year of European Healthy Stadia with our largest conference to date, hosted at the iconic Emirates Stadium in London. The success of our previous conferences in Geneva and Manchester are testimony to the significant growth and interest in this field, and our Conference speakers will demonstrate the joint commercial and societal benefits of adopting a Healthy Stadia approach as part of community health interventions, matchday operations and workforce health.”

The conference will feature plenary presentations and parallel sessions, with further details on keynote speakers, parallel sessions and conference registration fees to be announced in September.

For any initial enquiries concerning speaker opportunities, please contact:


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