The Importance of Sports Lighting

  1. Sports lighting is the need for athletes to compete normally

In order for athletes to compete normally, the lighting of the stadium must meet certain lighting requirements. Generally speaking, the larger the field, the faster the speed, the smaller the ball, and the higher the lighting standard. The players are on the playing field, the distance between each other and the ball is very close, and the vision of the players and the referee is unobstructed. Therefore, for athletes and referees, the horizontal illuminance of 150-3001ux can be used for normal competition.

  1. Sports lighting is the need for the audience to watch the game

Athletes require different levels of lighting than spectators. Athletes have a relatively close line of sight on the competition field, and a relatively low lighting level can meet the competition needs. The audience is different, their purpose is to watch the game, relatively speaking, the audience’s line of sight is relatively far away, and the viewing position is relatively fixed. As the player moves, the audience’s gaze moves with it. Therefore, the lighting standard increases with the increase of the viewing distance of the audience, and the illuminance is a key indicator of whether the audience can see clearly.

  1. Sports lighting is the need for color TV broadcasting games

Color TV technology is closely related to sports events, which has promoted the rapid promotion and popularization of sports in the world. The development of color TV technology has put forward higher requirements on the lighting level. Black and white TV, color TV, high-definition TV, every technological advancement means an improvement in lighting standards. Photography is different from photography. It records sports scenes through film sensitivity, and the quality of photos or movies mainly depends on factors such as exposure, clarity, and color rendering.

The competition for TV broadcasting rights of major sports events is fierce, and the broadcasting costs are also increasing year by year. According to the International Olympic Committee market report, the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympics TV broadcast fee was 101 million US dollars. Twenty years later, the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games soared to 1.318 billion US dollars, an increase of 12.17 US dollars, 13.05 times that of 1980.

  1. Sports lighting is the need of print media

In addition to radio, television and photojournalists, journalists from print media such as newspapers and magazines will also cover the event. Reporters are fixed in the reporter’s box, and some need to conduct interviews and reports within a certain range and within a certain period of time. Therefore, sports lighting should also meet the needs of this group.

  1. Sports lighting is the need for advertising in competition venues

There is another type of venue requirements that also need to be paid attention to, that is, the advertisements around the venue. Advertising revenue is one of the important sources of income for sports clubs and event organizers. For a sponsor, the advertiser is his client, and it is the sponsor’s responsibility to meet the requirements of the client and protect the interests of the client. For advertisements, sports lighting should be clearly seen by the audience, and at the same time be clearly disseminated through media such as TV.

In short, a modern sports building not only needs to be beautiful and functional, but also needs to have good lighting requirements and lighting environment. That is, the illuminance and brightness are appropriate and uniform, the light color is ideal, the three-dimensional effect is good, and the glare is low. .

Whether it is natural light or artificial lighting, light acts on the eyes of athletes, referees and spectators to produce vision. Sadly, only those with a discerning eye can see the colorful world and the wonderful games on the sports field. Therefore, good lighting plays an important role in modern sports buildings.

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