Riedel to support Birmingham 2022 Games as official Radio and Communication provider

The Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 will see around 4,500 athletes.

Riedel Communication announced that the company has joined as the official sponsor of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Riedel will be the official Radio Communication Provider and will use its expertise in the events to provide Radio Communication for Queen’s Baton Relay as well as the Games.

Paul Rivens, Riedel Communications General Manager, U.K said, “I enjoyed the immense honour of being a Batonbearer for Glasgow 2014, and I’m proud to be working closely with the organizers of Birmingham 2022 to bring their vision of the fantastic event to fruition. Riedel and Commonwealth Games have a strong relationship built on a long history. It’s exciting to see how, through sponsorship and direct involvement of our U.K teams, Riedel is helping to make their next event a huge success.”

The Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 will see around 4,500 athletes from 72 nations and territories compete in 19 sports across 14 competition avenues. 

Riedel, throughout the Games, will be responsible for providing technical guidance and support, along with more than 6,000 radio handsets, communication accessories, satellite phones, PoC devices, repeater solutions and supporting Radio Network. However, this is not the first large scale event for the company as Riedel was responsible for providing radio communication networks and equipment for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. They also managed the venue intercom project for the Gold Coast 2018 Games.

John Dundas, Radio Communications and Spectrum Planning Manager at Birmingham 2022 added: “It’s great to have Riedel on board as our Official Radio Communication Provider for Birmingham 2022. They are well known for their sports and entertainment experience, in particular for previous Commonwealth Games. They bring with them a wealth of expertise in radio communications, and I’m confident they will help us deliver a successful Games.”

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