This website uses cookies primarily for visitor analytics. Certain pages will ask you to fill in contact details to receive additional information. On these pages you have the option of having the site log your details for future visits. Indicating you want the site to remember your details will place a cookie on your device. To view our full cookie policy, please click here. You can also view it at any time by going to our Contact Us page.

Stadium contract extension announced

03 May 2016

Scotland's national stadium, Hampden Park, has extended its contract with Sodexo until 2020.

This will see the company continuing to provide food and beverage services to the site, which includes retail, hospitality and the Museum Cafe.

It currently includes the need for 18 Sodexo staff to be work full-time on site.

This can swell to 800, with the need for casual workers to support operations for large events that range from football finals to concerts.

Having run since 1999, the contract has seen Sodexo supply catering to notable events that have included the Gasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, which was attended by approximately 360,000 spectators.

Sodexo UK & Ireland Sports & Leisure chief executive officer Chris Bray said: "The partnership is an excellent example of how our Sodexo team works with a client to serve locally-sourced products to thousands of customers for big events, as well as making the venue profitable on non-match days with conferences and events."


Print this page | E-mail this page

MOST VIEWED...


Article image Why the Law Says You Need a Nappy Bin Disposal Service

At home, parents are used to disposing of their babies’ used nappies the same way they do any other domestic waste - bagging it up and sticking it in the rubbish for general collection.Full Story...

Article image Britannia Hotel Group Fly the Nilfisk Flag

Founded in 1976 the Britannia Hotel Group now incorporates 53 hotels and provides over 10,000 bedrooms across the UK.Full Story...

Investigation set to begin into Carillion failure as last contract transfers to new provider

Importance of compliance further confirmed by recent asbestos cases

Strike highlights difference between National Living Wage and London equivalent

http://www.fsifm.comhttps://www.abm.co.uk/https://www.emergencyuk.com/pfmb18