Event Management

Event Management

Pitch Event Management is a world-leading match organisation and operations business. We have extensive experience in all aspects of event organisation and management, from initial logistics through to final delivery, and everything in between.

We provide all aspects of event management from venue selection and team provisions, via transport and travel, to hospitality, security, and media services. We manage ticketing and advertising, distribution, and all match day operations. We also provide host broadcast and production solutions, bespoke sponsorship packages, on-site technical services and worldwide television sales. For event management, we are truly a one-stop shop.

Brasil Global Tour

Pitch International is responsible for all aspects of the CBF’s friendly match organisation both inside and outside Brazil including:

  • Opponent team selection
  • Commercial negotiation
  • Venue selection and negotiation
  • Television production for Rede Globo and worldwide broadcasters
  • Worldwide television sales
  • Technical distribution
  • Match and team operations
  • Media services
  • On-site services
  • Bespoke sponsor partner programme
  • Sponsorship implementation
  • Management of worldwide press requirements and stadium accreditation process

Other Projects

In addition to the Brasil Global Tour, we have expanded our portfolio to include events such as the annual Toulon Tournament, The FA’s 2014 World Cup Training Camp in Miami, and the “Superclásico de las Americas”, the South American Superderby between Brazil and Argentina, which saw its most successful edition in 2014 in the Bird’s Nest Stadium, Beijing. We also organised and managed the David Beckham UNICEF Match for Children, in front of a sell-out crowd at Old Trafford, Manchester.

“Pitch has a first class endorsement from the FA and I wouldn’t think twice in recommending their services to any Federation, Club or other sporting organisations requiring support with logistics, match organisation and training camps.”

Adrian Bevington

Former Club England Managing Director

The Football Association