Financial & Professional services


Professional sport stadiam management companies wanted for operation of 2018 FIFA World Cup stadiums

The largest 2018 FIFA World Cup developer is looking for companies to co-manage 7 to 8 stadiums located in the regional host cities.

The companies must develop a system management business model for the stadiums. This should operate during the World Cup and FIFA legacy period.

Successful applicants will:

- share risks and costs

- have official co-management rights and responsibilities

Applicants should already experience of:

- establishing stadium management business models

- operating stadia at global sporting events such as FIFA World Cup, Confederation Cup, Olympic Games etc

- operating stadia during legacy periods

Closing Date: 25/03/2017

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Russia’s FIFA World Cup 2018; Development of Sport and Supporting Infrastructure (HVO RUS-18)

Russia's FIFA World Cup™ plan suggests construction of 13 new stadiums in cities across the country, renovation of three existing ones, and promises investment of USD 11 billion of public and private funds into tourism infrastructure, including hotels, railways and airports, to host several hundred thousand expected visitors.

The Russia’s federal budget will provide USD 10 billion of funding for the FIFA WC 2018 sports infrastructure, excluding airports and roads. The cost of stadium construction alone is projected at USD 3.82 billion. The biggest spending is planned after the year 2013.

The most expensive investments are likely to be in infrastructure that should come from private and public sources and include: USD 35 billion on new roads and railways; more than USD 2 billion on airport upgrades and more than USD 11 billion on development of tourism infrastructure, primarily to increase the number of three-star hotels and budget accommodation.

Contracts arising from the World Cup cover a broad range of sectors, from architecture, engineering, construction management, transport, security, environmental planning, power engineering, sport venue fit out (plant and equipment, seating, surfacing, lighting, IT), through to event delivery (security, recruitment, volunteering programmes, training, broadcasting, event management, media signage, ticketing, screens, temporary overlay, crowd control, transportation and branding), hospitality and catering.

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Implementation of multilateral dimension and Black Sea Synergy - ENI

Technical assistance required to support the implementation of the Eastern Partnership and Black Sea synergy

Implementation of the Eastern Partnership multilateral dimension and support to the implementation of the Black Sea Synergy

European neighbourhood Instrument (ENI) project.

ENI (& Total) Cost: 4 M€

Sector: Good Governance

The overall objective of this project is to contribute to the implementation of the Eastern Partnership and the Black Sea Synergy.

The specific objective is to support the multilateral dimension of the Eastern Partnership and the Black Sea Synergy.


  • Implementation of increased policy dialogue within the Eastern Partnership and the Black Sea Synergy through small-scale activities, including events, studies and technical assistance


Service: 4 M€

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East global allocation 2015 - ENI

Technical assistance required to support the project management cycle in the Eastern neighbourhood countries

European neighbourhood Instrument (ENI) project.

ENI (& Total) Cost: 6 M€

Sector: Good Governance

The overall objective of this project is to support the project management cycle in the Eastern Neighbourhood such as preparation, follow-up and monitoring of programmes, EaP flagships, and activities in the field of information and communication.


  • Identification and formulation of projects that may result in funding from ENI East (e.g. sector studies, country or region studies, studies on horizontal and cross-cutting issues or in specialised areas, preparatory activities, etc.) as well as their follow-up and monitoring

  • Support to the management, implementation and monitoring of the EaP Flagships (notably ensuring coherence, monitoring and visibility of the SME Flagship and related activities)

  • Other small-scale activities to back up major projects during their implementation

  • Audits, evaluations and impact assessment of projects for which financing of such activities could not be foreseen due to the N+1 rule, or is no longer available

  • Information and communication activities to (i) raise awareness and visibility of the EU, the European Neighbourhood Policy and the Eastern Partnership; (ii) to enhance the visibility of EU-funded activities; and (iii) to improve the understanding of EU cooperation policies in the ENI East region


Service: 4,5 M€

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*Opportunities supplied by the Department for International Trade & Europe Enterprise Network.


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