CHI Memorial Stadium is sharing new details about the video jumbotron display and digital field runner boards that will be used during Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club matches and other live events. The 2,000-square-foot jumbotron, which will feature in-game scoring and statistics, live video feeds and instant replays, will be the largest in the city and among the largest in the state of Tennessee.
“The state-of-the-art addition to our stadium is yet another example of our dedication to creating a one-of-a-kind experience for our guests and fans,” said Sean McDaniel, president and CEO of the Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club. “This elevated technology allows us to bring our fans closer to the beautiful game than ever before, which has been our mission since inception of the team.”
The 33′ x 62′ jumbotron, which will be installed this spring, will have over 700,000 LEDs, 4K video resolution and wide viewing angles that will create an immersive in-game viewing experience from every seat in the stadium. CHI Memorial Stadium will also feature digital runner boards that will display live motion graphics throughout the match as seen in English Premier League, Major League Soccer, National Football League and National Basketball Association venues. The boards are carefully designed using a rubberized soft mask to protect players and withstand impact. The boards will initially be displayed at field level before being mounted to the wall upon stadium completion.
CHI Memorial Stadium’s Executive Club and Sky Suites building, which will include eight suites and a restaurant-bar, are currently under construction, as well.