Clubs in EFL League One and League Two have today voted for the introduction of new financial controls in the form of ‘Squad Salary Caps’ which take effect immediately, according to fcbusiness.
Together with local company Timpers, the Valencian club has created limited edition trainers to show abilities of people with visual disabilities. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the shoes go to the sports projects of the Levante UD Foundation.
With Manchester City recently taking their legal case with UEFA to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and subsequently winning, it was viewed as a hammer blow for the implementation of Financial Fair Play (FFP).
Arsenal Football Club is proposing 55 staff redundancies as a result of the covid-19 pandemic. In a statement released by the club, they have said that whilst efforts have been made to reduce costs which has included voluntary pay-cuts by players, senior football and executive staff, they were unable to sustain the levels of spending…Details
With the dust settling on Leeds United’s success in the EFL Championship, the focus will quickly shift to a return to the Premier League and one where the Elland Road outfit are not looking to simply make up the numbers.
Here’s what’s been making the headlines this week: Bilibili lands League of Legends broadcast rights, Vivo backs out of IPL for 2020, UFC PI Shanghai reopens, Tencent plans Huya and DouYu merger, Tottenham Hotspur produces EPL first on Douyin, WWE launches Special Olympics campaign, what the NBA’s return means for fans in China, and a…Details
While although the F.A. Cup is a competition that is steeped in tradition, its role within football’s landscape has been somewhat marginalised over the past few years and many have questioned whether it will have anything in the way of long-term existence.
More than 20 projects at LaLiga have been officially certified as research and development. The business intelligence and analytics department employs 70 professionals and designs tools that improve LaLiga and other organisations.
HEINEKEN has announced its flagship non-alcoholic beer brand, Heineken® 0.0%, will take over the sponsorship of the UEFA Europa League competition when the tournament resumes on 5th August 2020, the largest ever single sponsorship deal involving a non-alcoholic beer brand.Details
Brentford and Fulham will go head to head on Tuesday (4th August) in the most valuable match in world football. According to analysis from Deloitte’s Sports Business Group, promotion to the Premier League for either club will see an increase in revenue of at least c.£135m, rising to c.£265m if they avoid relegation in their…Details