The Philadelphia Eagles announced today that they will be partnering up with Panasonic for the purpose of “spearheading a comprehensive LED display solution” at Lincoln Financial Field. The highlight of the deal is the two video boards in each end zone, which together will total over 9,400 square feet.
Via a press release on the Eagles’ website:
The final phase of the Eagles two-year revitalization plan, which will reach completion this August, is targeted at enhancing the fan experience by leveraging multiple state-of-the-art LED video displays throughout the venue. Spectators will enjoy the highest-definition boards in the National Football League featuring two 10mm pitch video screens. The north and south boards will measure approximately 27 feet tall by 192 feet wide and 27 feet tall by 160 feet wide, respectively.
Other displays that will be implemented at the Linc are as follows: 11 fascia-mounted ribbon boards, one 335-square-foot video display in Headhouse Plaza, two 334-square-foot and two 546-square-foot marquee displays at street level outside the stadium, two video displays (45′ x 18′, 15′ x 30′) in the Eagles Nest at the North end of the stadium and one 390-foot circular ribbon display in the Eagles Nest
More information on the partnership can be found by clicking the above link.