As part of the fight against the increase in violent phenomena on the football fields that harm the ability to hold a game properly and the viewing experience of the fan public and the dangers to human life, the municipal company 'The Sports Halls' led the first project of its kind in Israel to install a special protective netting system in the stands behind the gates at the Bloomfield Stadium.
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The stadium management located a German company specializing in the subject and installed networks of this type in leading stadiums in Europe.
After preparation and planning that lasted several months, the work on the layout of the system that will be used for the first time in the derby game on Saturday night has been completed.
Following the request of Maccabi and Hapoel Tel Aviv and their investment, with the help of the knowledge of the German operations team, a system was installed in addition to the security nets for hanging layout flags to be used by the fans for decoration purposes.
The cost of the project in the amount of about 100,000 euros was financed by the Municipality of Tel Aviv and the home clubs of the stadium. It was supported by the administration of the league, the Israel Police, the association and the government offices with the understanding that the system in Bloomfield will be used as an experiment (pilot) for other stadiums and as a step The first of broader moves to deal with the phenomenon of violence on the fields that seriously harms the viewing experience of sports fans in Israel.
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