football/soccer 

At Gravity Media, we recognise that football is much more than a game. It unites nations and divides families. It connects people across the world, stirs the emotions, and creates memories like no other sport can. It has also been a big part of Gravity Media’s operations since we were founded over 30 years ago.

Live and near-live coverage in football is where many of our diverse capabilities come together, from consultancy, planning and design, to engineering, pre-production, logistics, crewing and infrastructure. At every stage of an assignment, we provide the kit, the people and the experience to ensure the project lands squarely in the back of the net. This includes live broadcast services, fast-turnaround highlights and full-time edits, along with scripted, voiced and ready-to-air highlights programmes at the end of each match-night – not to mention the permanent infrastructure projects we’ve delivered at top-flight stadia around the world.

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Achieving this requires not only the very latest technology and approaches, but also highly experienced personnel, to ensure our partners can deliver the best possible viewing experiences from the world’s best facilities to rights-holders across the globe. Our ethos of getting it right first time, every time serves us well, and is why clients come back to us time and time again.

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We pride ourselves on having been a big part of bringing the highest levels of football to living rooms around the world for as long as we’ve been in business. As well as working with FIFA on numerous World Cups, we’ve been involved with UEFA since the Champions League took on its new name in 1992, delivering the original Broadcast Partner Support Services and, since then, live match-night services and highlights packages for both the Champions League and Europa League. And we’ve also been the production partner for the FA since 2008, broadcasting the FA Cup around the world, from qualifying rounds to nail-biting finals.

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