ABOUT US

Show Attack was established in 1998, becoming a limited company in 2001. Our early work involved marquee, grandstand and stabling construction for mainly equestrian and agricultural events. Among our first shows were Horse of the Year, Olympia Christmas International Show, The Royal International Horse Show and Hickstead Derby.

Onto the present day and you’ll find us working for a broad array of events around the world. Alongside exotic locations, we have many projects in the UK and Europe which we return to year on year. These include the Monaco and Silverstone Grand Prixs, Royal Ascot, Epsom Derby and the Chelsea, Hampton Court and Tatton Park Flower Shows.

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1998

Show Attack is formed as a partnership.

2001

Show Attack becomes a limited company. Clear span structures revolutionise the industry, enabling larger constructions with multiple decks. Our crews are employed by clients and independent customers around the world to build the new structures.

2002

Our very first Ryder Cup, taking place at The Belfry, England.

2004

We work on the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. Since then we have worked on every Summer and Winter Olympics up to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil.

2006

The Ryder Cup takes us to The K Club in Ireland, where we build a variety of structures including multi-deck.

2007

A fantastic opportunity to be involved with the 2007 Cricket World Cup in the West Indies. Our biggest challenge to date, with 36 crew members working across Guyana and the eight islands of the West Indies.

2010

We jet off to South Africa for the 2010 FIFA World Cup (and are proud to out-perform the crew supplied by the English FA!). We also work on third Ryder Cup, this time at The Celtic Manor Resort in Wales.

2012

We supply ten teams to work across all sites for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, a project that beat even the 2007 Cricket World Cup in terms of scale.

2014

Our fourth Ryder Cup, working for two clients at Gleneagles, Scotland. We send crews to Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

2017

Show Attack travels to Australia to assist in the dismantling 40,00sqm of Delta structure. We also send crews to Bermuda for the 2017 America’s Cup.

OUR CLIENTS

We are proud to work on many of the world’s most renowned and prestigious events, across a thrilling range of sectors.

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Commonwealth Games

2002 Manchester
2010 Delhi
2014 Glasgow

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FIFA World Cups

2010 South Africa
2014 Brazil

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Olympic Games

Summer Olympics, Athens 2004
Winter Olympics, Turin 2006
Summer Olympics, Beijing 2008
Summer Olympics, London 2012
Winter Olympics, Sochi 2014
Summer Olympics, Rio 2016

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Air Shows

Farnborough Air Show
Fairfod Air Show

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Conference & Exhibitions

Aberdeen Offshore Europe

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Cricket World Cup

2007 West Indies

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Ryder Cups

Gleneagles, Scotland
Celtic Manor, Wales
The K Club, Ireland
The Belfry, England

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Rugby

Rugby World Cup, France 2007
Rugby World Cup, New Zealand 2011
Rugby World Cup, England 2015
Six Nations Championship, Twickenham
Autumn Internationals, Twickenham

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Arts & Culture

Urdd Eisteddfod
National Eisteddfod
Hay Festival

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Horticulture

Chelsea Flower Show
Hampton Court Flower Show
Tatton Park Flower Show

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Equestrian

Royal Ascot
Cheltenham Festival
Epsom Derby
Glorious Goodwood
Chester
Newmarket

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British Grand Prix

Goodwood Festival of Speed
Goodwood Revival
British Moto GP

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Americas Cup

Bermuda 2017

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Boat Shows

Southampton Boat Show

LOCATIONS

Our assignments have spanned the globe over the last 20 years, with regular work in a huge variety of locations.
We thrive on a challenge and nowhere is too far for Show Attack. We look forward to adding to the list.

Europe

Belgium
Denmark
England
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland

Italy
The Netherlands
Portugal
Russia
Scotland
Sweden
Switzerland
Wales

Asia

China
India
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
UAE

Africa

Angola
Libya
Nigeria
South Africa
Tunisia

Americas

Bermuda
Brazil
Canada
Guyana
West Indies

Oceania

Australia
New Zealand