Europa Conference League Final: broadcast facts and figures

The Europa Conference League Final took place on Wednesday 7 June, with Fiorentina taking on West Ham United at the Eden Arena in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic.

For both teams, it was their first major European final in decades, with the winners gaining a place in the 2023-24 UEFA Europa League group stage. West Ham won the game 2-1, scoring a last-minute winner that saw them lift the trophy.

To capture the action, UEFA appointed Czech TV – the Czech Republic’s public service broadcaster – as the host broadcaster of the match. NEP was the technical supplier.

Calling the shots was TV match director Charilaos Karadzos.

Tech spec

The Final was produced in HD and UHD-SDR. Dolby-E was made available on the HD and UHD feeds, while Dolby Atmos was available on the UHD feed only.

The match was covered by 31 live cameras, including five super-slow motion cameras and eight handhelds cameras for additional filming including press conferences, interviews, and team arrivals.

Some 5,000 m2 of broadcast compound space was utlised, along with a host of unilateral broadcast facilities including some 49 TV and radio commentary position desks, four tribune presentation positions, 15 pitch presentation and 10 flash interview positions plus 22 behind-goal unilateral camera positions.

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