Experts in academic, medical, health and fitness fields have produced an authoritative guide for facility operators and owners
This textbook serves as an invaluable guide for readers as they build careers that require an international understanding of the relationships, influences and responsibilities in sport management.
This authoritative reference covers the broad topics that managers, lifeguards and administrators need to know, such as safety for both non-swimming and swimming beaches, water quality and beach maintenance, and funding.
offers a thorough grounding in all areas of programming, leadership, operations management, administration and professionalism that will serve as the foundation for success in the profession.
With this guide, managers will be able to communicate their club’s mission, establish its brand and bring in the revenue required to ensure its long-term success.
Managing Sport Facilities continues to engage students with a clear writing style, extensive real-world examples and information on managing a wide range of facilities, from professional sport stadiums to smaller and more familiar health clubs, colleges and recreational environments.
Exciting and ambitious plans to change the face of Burnley Football Club’s ground Turf Moor and the surrounding area with millions of pounds of investment, including the building of the UK’s first football university, have been unveiled by the Premier League club’s bosses.
The management of sporting facilities is a complex responsibility. Professionals in this field are responsible for a varirty of facilities including recreation centres, water parks and pools, playgrounds, parks, fitness centres, sport complexes and resorts – each with its own set of goals and challenges.