On Demand

You can watch recordings of the Football Summit sessions on-demand below. NB/ Some material isn’t available due to copyright restrictions

Opening titles

Opening remarks from title sponsor EVS

Keynote interview: Facebook on the future of football media

Ronan Joyce, sports team partnerships lead at Facebook, in conversation with Natalie Quirk, provides a manifesto for how football clubs and leagues and sports broadcasters can use social media to attract and engage new fans and viewers.

Football Fan 2.0 – Beyond Linear TV

Experts discuss fan engagement on the German Bundesliga and Belgium’s Pro League, and share their plans, predictions and ideas for fan and viewer experiences, and what this means for the wider sports broadcasting sector.



Expert Mode: How Canal+ is engaging football fans with mobile and online interactivity

Reflecting the growing popularity of social viewing, Canal+, working with its partner LiveLike, is offering French football fans the chance to participate while watching live broadcasts of Ligue 1 matches – using polls, quizzes, predictions, and alerts, among other features, that dovetail with the programme output. In this session, key players involved in the project discuss what they are doing (and how and why they are doing it) before looking at the bigger picture, and where football fan engagement might go in the future.



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Football Production Technology: Thought Leader Perspectives

Bringing their own experience and expertise to the Football Summit, representatives of SVG Europe sponsors discuss match production tools; fan experiences, and automated highlights and social media publishing tools.



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Football Production Technology: The Verdict

Referencing the topics that have been discussed in the previous sessions, a panel of football production leaders from broadcasters, host broadcasters and production companies outline where they are with new technology: covering automation tools, file-based slo-mo replay plus UHD-HDR, immersive audio, specialist camera systems, 8K and more.



Sponsor Case Study: HDR in Ligue 1

Sponsored by Sony, this case study explains how EMG helped Canal+ to adopt HDR for its coverage of France’s Ligue 1



Case Study: How BT Sport de-centralised its football production

COVID-19 accelerated remote production plans at BT Sport, pushing the broadcaster towards a de-centralised plan for not only the National League but also Premier League and FA Cup coverage. Here, BT Sport Chief Operating Officer Jamie Hindhaugh and Dan McDonnell, Managing Director of Timeline Television, tell the inside story of how and why it happened and share what they have learnt.

Box to Box: How remote is transforming football production

Representatives from broadcasters and OB facilities companies providers discuss the future of remote production for football, detailing how ‘at home’, remote and decentralised production can work effectively, efficiently and affordably beyond COVID to aid creativity and sustainability and generate more and different content.


Case Study: Gravity Media on covering women’s football

Sustainability in football production isn’t a matter of life and death. It’s more important than that

Representatives from the industry task force helping to reduce the Premier League’s broadcasting carbon footprint to net zero, share what they have done and learnt so far and discuss what work is still to be done to make football production more responsible and sustainable.


  • Sarita Neto, Premier League Productions, Production Executive
  • Jo Finon, Sky Sports, Manager of Responsible Production


It’s not football. It’s LaLiga: How Spain’s top-flight uses graphics and data for fan engagement

Guests from LaLiga discuss the graphical and data-led innovations that have been introduced to LaLiga output, explaining how and why they were added and what might be around the corner.



Football Directing Masterclass

World-class football directors discuss their craft, the changing role and remote directing, taking into account leagues and tournaments, big and small.