Mets call on Samsung Electronics America to create the most technologically advanced stadium in the big leagues


The New York Mets have announced that Samsung Electronics America is the official stadium technology and display solutions partner, signing a multi-year agreement to deliver a complete screen transformation at the famous stadium to create an interactive fan experience like never before. Samsung, a leader in digital signage innovation, will bring the Mets vision to create a one-of-a-kind stadium to life with its unique portfolio of displays, content management platform and services.
“Baseball is one of America’s great historical pastimes and through cutting-edge display and data-driven innovation, we are ushering in an exciting new era that transforms the baseball experience and brings fans into the game like never before. ” said Harry Patz Jr., senior vice president and general manager of the Display division, Samsung Electronics America. “Technology is at the heart of how fans enjoy sports, and we’re excited to bring Samsung’s full range of displays, solutions and expertise to this new era of fandom. “
From the moment they arrive on the property until the final release, fans will experience the game in a whole new way. Among the improvements expected for 2022 are new ribbon cards and more than 1,300 LCD screens throughout the stadium to guide fans to the shortest lines and ensure they don’t miss a beat. A new, larger and improved center field scoreboard will be installed for fan enjoyment for the 2023 season at Citi Field.
“We are delighted and proud to partner with a world leader and an iconic brand like Samsung”, said Jeff Deline, executive vice president and chief revenue officer. “Like Samsung, the Mets have a very loyal and passionate fan base, and the implementation of this cutting-edge technology will provide an enhanced experience and environment for the millions of fans who come to Citi Field for many years to come. “


As the full design and build partner of the Citi Field project, Samsung will deploy the full breadth of its display portfolio and technology solutions throughout the stadium to create Major League Baseball’s first connected site.
“Samsung has a rich tradition of innovation and specially designed technology. Over a two-year period, we will transform a once static signage environment into a fully digital experience ”, said Mark Quiroz, vice president of product marketing, display division, Samsung Electronics America. “By seamlessly integrating display technology and sensors into the existing environment, Samsung will create a connectivity gateway to Citi Field for operators and fans.”
“Our partnership with Samsung is a significant investment from our owner Steve Cohen to bring the most advanced technology to the ballpark and provide our fans with an even better experience at Citi Field,” said Mark Brubaker, chief technology officer of Mets. “The quality of these upgrades and the integration into the daily experience of our fans make Citi Field an industry leader in the most innovative technology displays. “

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Built for the future, the stadium upgrade – one of the biggest projects in all professional sports – is expected to take place over a two-year period and will make Citi Field the most technologically advanced stadium in the major leagues. When completed, Citi Field will feature:

  • Over 1,300 LCD screens and 4,000 square feet of direct-view LED screens in public spaces, enhancing the experience for fans at every point of touch and alerting them even when their team’s merchandise is ready to be picked up
  • A stadium-scale IPTV system that will broadcast nearly 100 channels of sports and entertainment content
  • Double the number of slow-motion replay systems and triple the cameras for increased game coverage
  • An improved and fully upgraded dashboard to display the latest LED technology and handle 4K video

An iconic landmark and historic symbol of New York City, Citi Field will invite fans to experience one of America’s favorite pastimes like never before thanks to innovations from Samsung. The multi-year tech upgrade is expected to start in 2022.


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