Sports and Arena Lighting

Sports arenas and gyms are all about clarity and American Best LED Lighting’s glare and flicker-free LEDs are perfect for this type of environment. As proud sponsors of the Los Angeles, CA 90068 Victory and the Gold Coast Titans, we know sport, and we want to bring great sporting experiences to all arenas. Whether your location is big or small, indoors or outdoors, you can trust American Best LED Lighting to provide a well-lit, atmospheric event.


Key Considerations

When you’re ready to talk to us about your arena needs we’re here to help. Have a look at your gym or arena and consider these things when looking to invest in new LEDs:

  • If you’re indoors, what sort of access do you have to natural light?
  • How often are events and games played at night?
  • What sort of a budget do you have for arena lighting?
  • Does your arena have a high roof?
  • How can you create a safer environment?
  • How can you make the game easier to play and watch?

Technical Information

For more information about the best LEDs for your big game, have a read of some of the technical information that sets us apart:

  • American Best LED Lighting have arena lights with wireless dimming, allowing for the control of lights on high ceilings
  • American Best LED Lighting stock a range of indoor and outdoor lights
  • Industrial LED lighting (encompassing indoor arenas and halls) is expected to grow by up to 40% globally between 2011 and 2020
  • Outdoor LED lighting is expected to grow by up to 70% globally between 2011 and 2020


LED Lighting Solutions for Sports and Arenas

Increasing power and eliminating glare is the key to great lighting at sporting events. American Best LED Lighting’s flicker-free LEDs ensure that high-speed recordings and slow motion replays are completely flawless.

If your arena is outdoors, consider our Scuda or Wally ranges. The Wally is a wall mounted option that emits cool white light and is easy to install. The Sigma range meanwhile, is perfect for gym ceilings, with remote dimming, a 120-degree beam spread, optional glare protection and a range of other technological improvements.