Lord's Cricket Ground is one of the most revered stadiums in the world, just don't call it a stadium.  It is rightly considered the Home of Cricket and will see England and Australia battle for of the most prestigious and smallest trophies in world sports, The Ashes.  I catch up with Ian Treseder Digital Manager at the MCC and Lord's to discuss how they are using digital to engage the fans at the ground and at home.

On this Sports Geek Podcast you will learn:

  • Why you don't call Lord's a stadium

  • How the egg and bacon crowd are embracing digital

  • How Ian used Go Pros to capture some unique footage of cricketing legends

  • Finding the balance of fan engagement and customer service

  • New #SmallButSpecial campaign for the Ashes
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Resources from the podcast

From SEAT London

Interviewing Mike Gatting in Lord

Lord's on YouTube

Sachin Tendulkar walks out to bat through Lord's Long Room.

Adam Gilchrist with GoPro camera

#SmallButSpecial campaign

All ready for the Ashes

Vale Phil Walsh


Support of football world

Tremendous support from Adelaide

Support from colleagues in AFL

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Ashes Series

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