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2010 FIFA World Cupin South Africa: Visualising the experience 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa: Visualising the experience Presentation Transcript

  • 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa PRESENTATION BY Luyanda Mpahlwa “ VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE”
  • Africa’s time has come, and South Africa is ready! … how ready is the public?
    • Private Initiative by Phezulu Sports & Leisure
    • Delegation of 30 people:
    • City Administrators
    • Consultants
    • - Architects
    • - Engineers
    • Possible Sponsors (Siemens)
    • Private Business People
    • Cape Town Delegates:
    • Nyami Mandindi, Development Consultant
    • Luyanda Mpahlwa, Architect
    FIFA World Cup 2006 , Germany - Preparations Experiential Trip, June 2005
  • 2010 LOC TECHNICAL TEAM - 5XMEMBERS Providing oversight project management for all 2010 Stadia TEAM LEADER Ms Moira Tlhagale Quantity Surveyor Project Manager and Development Manager TEAM MEMBER Mr Luyanda Mpahlwa PrArchitect & Urban Designer Experience in Major Projects & Infrastructure TEAM MEMBER Prof Eugene van Vuuren PrStructural Engineer Experience as an Engineer and Stadium Consultant for the Cricket World Cup and Rugby World Cup TEAM MEMBER Mr Ruben Reddy PrArchitect Experience as Stadium Consultant for 2003 Cricket World Cup & Cape Town Olympic Bid
    • New Requirements for Mega World Events
    • Separation of Entrances
    • Multi-use Functionality
    • Post-use Benefits
    • Integration of Facilities
    • Public Transport Network
    • Stadium Budget:
    • Who pays?
    • Commercial benefits
    The Modern Stadium - 21 st Century Cathedrals Olympia Stadium, Olympic Games Beijing 2008, Herzog & De Meuron
  • 2010 WORLD CUP INFRASTRUCTURE SPENDING STADIUM FUNDING – NATIONAL TREASURY, HOST CITIES, PROVINCES Stadia Event Budgets Comparative Investment in Infrastructure (Amount in ZAR billion) 8.4 8 1.2
  • IMPACT OF WORLD MEGA EVENTS STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
    • 2010 OPPORTUNITY – BUSINESS TRUST ARTICLE, 15 TH APRIL 2009
    • Nikolaus Eberl, analyst of the impact of the 2006 FIFA World Cup on Germany
    • German unemployment – Down by 29%
    • Foreign Leisure Tourism – Up by 31%
    • Business convention tourism in Berlin – Up by 49%
    • The consumer index was as a 27 year high,
    • Exports increased by 14%
    • Germany rose to the top of the national brand index .
    • Similarly, Australia used the 2000 Sydney Olympics to re-brand the country
    • Australians felt that the games changed the way that the world saw Australia.
    • Spain: Boasts of Barcelonisation post the Olympics – Leaving a lasting Legacy
  • FIFA WORLD CUP 2006 IN GERMANY S.A.Experiential Trip Delegation to Germany, June 2005
  • The 12 World Cup Stadiums 2006 in Germany FIFA World Cup 2006
    • To assess FIFA 2006
    • Preparations
    • Meeting Host City Officials
    • Stadium presentations by:
    • - Project Developers
    • - Architects
    • - Engineers
    • - City Marketing Agencies
    • - Tourism Agencies
    • - Cultural Programs
    • Interacting with Sponsors
    • (Siemens)
    • Assessing Public Transport
    • Network
    Berlin Frankfurt Munich FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany Experiential Trip, June 2005
  • ASSESSMENT OF THE STADIUMS FOR THE FIFA WOLRD CUP 2006 IN GERMANY 3. Alianz-Arena Munich 1.Olympic Stadium Berlin 2. Waldstadium Frankfurt
  • OLYMPIC STADIUM BERLIN
    • Project Features:
    • Refurbishment & Addition
    • New Roof Covering
    • Entrance: City Context
    OLYMPIC STADIUM BERLIN
    • Facts:
    • Built from 2000 - 2004
    • Capacity: 74.500 Seats
    • Costs: 242 Mio. Euro
    • Stadium Finance:
    • Project Developer/ City of Berlin
    • Partly by Berlin Club Hertha BSC
    • Architects:
    • GMP
    • Special Features:
    • Innovative roof design
    • Integrated Floodlights
    • Integrated Sound System
    • Refurbished Arena
    OLYMPIC STADIUM BERLIN
  • WALDSTADIUM FRANKFURT
    • Project Features:
    • Demolish and Rebuild
    • New Roof Covering
    • Public accessibility: Public transport linkages
    WALDSTADIUM FRANKFURT
    • Facts:
    • Built from 2000 - 2005
    • Capacity: 48.000 Seats
    • Costs: 188 Mio. Euro
    • Stadium Finance:
    • Commerzbank/Frankfurt City
    • Frankfurt Club: Eintracht
    • Architects:
    • GMP
    • Architectural Features:
    • New concrete & Steel construction
    • Separate entrances
    • New seating arena
    • New parking area
    WALD-STADIUM FRANKFURT
    • Architectural Features
    • Retractable Roof System
    • The world’s “biggest convertible”
    • Polycarbonated roof sheets: Sun penetration
    WALD-STADIUM FRANKFURT
    • Upgraded Stadium Arena – With retractable roof membrane
    WALDSTADIUM FRANKFURT
  • WALD-STADIUM FRANKFURT
    • CONFED CUP MATCHES 2005:
    • Entrance Gates and Ticket Box
    • Signage
    • Security
  • FIFA CONFED CUP 2005, GERMANY FRANKFURT STADIUM, GREECE - MEXICO Spectator presence critical for Event success WALD-STADIUM FRANKFURT: CONFED CUP 2005
  • ALLIANZ-ARENA MUNICH
    • Project Features :
    • New Construction
    ALLIANZ-ARENA MUNICH
    • Facts:
    • Built from 2002 - 2005
    • Capacity: 66.000 Seats
    • Costs: 340 Mio. Euro
    • Stadium Finance & Ownership:
    • Allianz Insurance
    • Bayern Munich Club
    • 1860 Munich Club
    • Architects:
    • Herzog & de Meuron
    • Access Routes: Inner City Linkages
    • Protracted Public Participation
    • Location of Stadium
    • Autobahn Linkages
    • Parking Facilities
    • Infrastructure development
    • Redundancy of 1972 Olympic Stadium
    ALLIANZ-ARENA MUNICH
    • Façade Design : Colour and Flexibility
    • Innovative Stadium Design
    • Facts: Built 2002 - 2005
    • Capacity: 66.000 Seats
    • Costs: 340 Mio. Euro
    • Stadium Finance & Ownership:
    • Allianz Insurance
    • Bayern Munich Club
    • 1860 Munich Club
    ALLIANZ-ARENA MUNICH
    • Integrated Sound System
    • Roof: Retractable inner Membrane
    • Controlled Natural Light
    ALLIANZ-ARENA MUNICH
    • Business suites
    • Main Concourse
    ALLIANZ-ARENA MUNICH
  • FIFA WORLD CUP 2006 IN GERMANY “ Time to make friends”
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE FIFA WORLD CUP 2006, GERMANY – “TIME TO MAKE FRIENDS” A VERY SUCCESSFUL NATIONAL RALLYING SLOGAN
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE FIFA WORLD CUP 2006, GERMANY FRANKFURT STADIUM, FRANCE - BRAZIL Spectator presence: Its about the FAN EXPERIENCE
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE FIFA WORLD CUP 2006, GERMANY FRANKFURT STADIUM, FRANCE - BRAZIL Spectator presence critical for Event success
  • INFRA STRUCTURE
    • Frankfurt Airport Train Station:
    • Station Platform
    • Signage & Public Furniture
    GERMANY 2006: Public Transport Facilities
    • Information Systems: Signage
    • Underground Trains
  • GERMANY 2006: Public Transport Facilities Diversified, Reliable & Efficient Public Transport Network
  • ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007 CARIBBEAN ISLANDS SOUTH AFRICAN OBSERVER TRIP
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007 The spirit of the Islands: Yacht Harbour, Antigua The Home of Brian Lara
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007 KINGSTON OVAL, BARBADOS The Home of Sir Gary Sobers
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007 KINGSTON OVAL, BARBADOS Performance of local team – An essential ingredient for Event success
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007 KINGSTON OVAL, BARBADOS Spectator presence critical for Event success
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007 KINGSTON OVAL, BARBADOS Spectator presence critical for Event success
  • SOUTH AFRICA’S STAGE “ HOSTING THE 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN AFRICA”
  • Host City Overview Presentation to FIFA FIFA Venue Inspection
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE GREEN POINT STADIUM – 70.000 Seats GREEN POINT COMMON Creation of Inner City Sports Hub & Urban Park
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE SOCCER CITY STADIUM – 95.000 SEATS NASREC PRECINCT, JOHANNESBURG The African Bowl: Main Events
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EVENT NELSON MANDELA STADIUM – 48.000 Seats PORT ELIZABETH, EASTERN CAPE Stadium to host Lions Tour match – JUN 2009
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EVENT NEW DURBAN STADIUM – 70.000 Seats ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY, KZN Transforming the Durban Skyline – Beachfront
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE FIFA CONFED CUP 2005, PREPARATION MONCHENGLADBACH STADIUM, GERMANY BAFANA - BAFANA Spectator presence: Its about the FAN EXPERIENCE
  • 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA VISUALISING THE EXPERIENCE 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP, SOUTH AFRICA REALISING THE AFRICAN DREAM Its about Football: Promoting the Spirit of the Game
  • To be successful hosts we need to generate a positive national energy around the 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP IN SOUTH AFRICA THE PEOPLE’S SPORT
  • THANK YOU!