The Dutch national team is not there, but Eindhoven has a team delegated to the World Cup in Russia.
Ten of the twelve football stadiums where matches will be played, are equipped with LED lighting from Eindhoven’s Signify, formerly Philips Lighting.
The lighting is not only used in the stadiums, but also outside. The facades of the stadiums are also illuminated by Signify’s LEDs. Of the largest stadium, the one in Moscow (Luzhniki), a complete roof is equipped with LED lighting. A total of 39,000 square meters of LEDs.
Next Thursday the LEDs can be seen in action for the first time, then Russia kicks off the World Cup, in that stadium in Moscow. Saudi Arabia is the opponent.