Etihad Stadium leading the way toward greener future

A new study from has named the Etihad the greenest stadium in the world.

The study, which scored the stadiums of domestic winners for their eco-incentives, found the UK’s Man City ground to be doing the most to make the world a more environmentally friendly place.

Out of a possible score of 90, the Etihad, Manchester City’s ground, comes first.

This overall ranking takes into account everything in our criteria – so that’s distance from the nearest city, with transport links and time to get there, plus accessibility, price of a pint and a season ticket, use of smart tech, and any eco-friendly initiatives the stadium has in place.

The top 5 come from all over the globe – Camp Nou in Barcelona comes 2nd, Allianz Arena 3rd followed by the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta and finally, S.L. Benfica’s new Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica.

The lowest scoring stadiums are all State-side – with the Enterprise Centre, Gillette Stadium and Scotiabank Arena rounding out the bottom 3.

The UK is leading the way when it comes to stadiums with fantastic sustainability initiatives – the Etihad comes out on top!

One of the problems stadiums are facing is their use of water – and the Etihad solves this with an 8 million litre rainwater harvesting reservoir, to keep the pitch green without wasting water. It’s innovative solutions like this which see the Etihad take the lead.

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