Scale of provision

The size and number of eating and drinking facilities in a stadium will depend on market conditions, the needs of users and the needs of management. It would be rare for a sit-down restaurant of say one cover per 100 spectators not to be viable on the day of an event at any stadium, simply because of the number of spectators in attendance; but how realistically this size could be maintained and operated on non-event days would depend on management. The trend now is to use the restaurant for conference or other functions on days with no sporting events.

Whatever areas are provided for dining should, wherever possible, be linked with movable walls so that a range of spaces can be created to serve one large group, or a series of smaller groups, depending on need. This flexibility is crucial since nobody knows what tomorrow's demands might be, and how the building will be expected to cope.

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