AFC Bournemouth extend agreement with TEAMCard

The newly extended arrangement will ensure that AFC Bournemouth continue to employ TEAMcard's market-leading access control technology for all public events.

The Premier League club, AFC Bournemouth have inked a multi-year partnership renewal with the world-class venue access system, TEAMCard.

As part of the deal, the brand will continue to remain the team’s access control supplier.

Moreover, the newly extended arrangement will ensure that AFC Bournemouth continue to employ TEAMcard’s market-leading access control technology for all public events held at the club’s Vitality Stadium on the south coast.

Rob Byrne, CEO at TEAMcard, said, “Our partnership with AFC Bournemouth is one that we are incredibly proud of, and we are really pleased to be extending that relationship with this new agreement. We can’t thank the club and the team at Bournemouth enough for continuing to trust our solution with getting their fans into the stadium quickly and safely, and we are excited to continue developing our technology with their unique insight and ideas.”

Nick Zombolas, Chief Ticketing Officer at AFC Bournemouth, commented, “As a club we are always looking to provide the very best match-day experience possible, and working with TEAMcard has been integral in helping us towards achieving those goals. We are really pleased and excited to be extending our partnership, and we are looking forward to continuing to innovate and deliver great experiences for our fans.”

TEAMCard provides an end-to-end, secure sports venue solution. The firm is the industry standard for sports facility access control and accreditation systems. Trusted by over 40 prominent sporting venues in the UK, its unique, flexible technology solutions, along with world-class support, provide fast, smart, and safe entrance and exit governance for its client’s site.

The Bournemouth-based club has obtained 27 points from 23 games with seven wins and nine draws. The team will next take on Newcastle United on February 17 and will hope to get back to winning ways.

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