Fans attending Melbourne Victory games over the coming weeks will be the first to experience the multiple upgrades happening at AAMI Park ahead of the FIFA Women’s world Cup 2023.
These include two new, curved videoboards, replacing the existing match-day screens. The new screens are close to double in size and enhanced the experience for fans with a larger picture and higher definition than the existing screens. Time clocks and scoreboards will integrated into the screen to create clearer visibility for all fans in the seating bowl.
One of the new videoboards has already been installed and will be utilised at the upcoming home games against Macarthur and Brisbane on April 23 and 29.
Upgrades to the sports lighting will also offer enhanced capability to activate more complex light sequences, bringing a whole new element to sports presentation at the venue including the possibility of a blackout.
The upgrades will be complete in time for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, but Victory fans can expect to see some of the changes in action with two home games remaining in the home and away season.
The AAMI Park upgrades include:
- Two new, curved videoboards, replacing the existing screens.
- Upgrades to stadium lighting on all four towers and under the roof.
- New LED entrance gantries on the concourse.
- Improved Wi-Fi and 5G services throughout the venue.
All of the above upgrades will be set for the commencement of the 2023/24 A-League season.