When entering a sports venue, one of the most important elements is the school and team presence. When adding stadium branding to facilities, not only does it improve the atmosphere for players and fans, but also can help to entice recruits.
Stadium branding can take on many different forms, depending on budget, venue type, and materials best suited for the job. Schools nationwide have trusted AMI Graphics to give their facilities the best treatment and help them fully display their school pride.
Auburn University transformed their softball and baseball fields by reimagining the pads surrounding the field. At Plainsman Park, they refaced their vinyl pad wraps, showcasing their baseball team’s accomplishments at the NCAA Regional and College World Series. Past players were also shown, including their year played, position, and accolades.
At Jane B. Moore Field, home of the Auburn University Softball team, they also replaced their vinyl pad wraps and adding creative graphics which showed both school and local pride. The pad wraps showed street signage for Magnolia Avenue, the main road that runs through the middle of the campus. The iconic War Eagle also can be seen on the outfield wall.
At Boston College, the Eagles revamped the signage around the Alumni Stadium, home to their football team, into a fully branded facility. At field level, new vinyl pad wraps were added to create a mural spanning the entire stadium. Large mesh banners were also hung to show successful past players.
On the concourse, adhesive wall murals were placed above concession stands and fan shops, helping to add school branding and colors. Rough surface wall murals were also placed on concrete walls to add branding and color to the empty wall. Hanging vinyl banners also helped fans learn about the historic past of the Eagles players and coaches.
At Southern New Hampshire University, vinyl pad wraps were added to the inside of the school’s fieldhouse which showcased the school’s mascot and branding, as well as information to find them on social media. Above the court, large cloth championship banners were hung, showing the accomplishments of each one of the teams both in conference as well as in the NCAA tournaments.