I think we all agree we have needed a new stadium for many years and soon we shall have one and it looks fantastic. I've not seen it mentioned anywhere but I am hoping we also make this stadium a smart stadium. By that I mean it is full of technology we all use. I don't want to struggle for a phone signal I want free high-speed WiFi available for everyone in the stadium. Once connected there is so much that can be offered. For example, check out how they use technology in the Levi's Stadium in San Francisco. http://www.techtimes.com/articles/1...new-smart-home-of-the-san-francisco-49ers.htm Snippet from the above.... Aside from showing replays, the app offers access to game-related information, shows people the nearest parking entrances to their seats, highlights the closest bathrooms with the shortest lines, and allows food and drink orders. Essentially, the Levi's Stadium app ties together all services that a fan would ever need while watching the game. Not just in the USA but Ajax have a smart stadium too.. http://www.computerweekly.com/news/4500256751/Amsterdam-Arena-aims-to-set-digital-example another snippet from the above article... “What is most dissatisfying for a visitor? A traffic jam on the outward and return journey, no parking spaces to be found, long queues at the toilet,” he suggests. “We are trying to take that away in a smart way. The moment visitors order an online ticket for an event, they will see who else in their postal code area is going to that event. People can then carpool, for example. Is anyone aware of the above concepts being part of our new stadium?