The Asian Football Confederation (AFC)’s commitment towards fulfilling its duty of care and protection of the rights of children and young people as well as ensuring that football and all its related activities are carried out in a safe, positive and encouraging environment marked a significant milestone today with the launch of the first-ever AFC…Details
Women’s football in Saudi Arabia has taken another significant step forward with the successful staging and completion of the country’s first nationwide league, offering more encouragement for girls who want to play the sport in the kingdom.
ViacomCBS said on Thursday it has secured the exclusive rights to stream English Premier League on its Paramount+ service in Mexico and several other countries in a three-year deal that represents its first live sports offering for Latin America.
Sports-focused streaming service FuboTV has secured an exclusive broadcast partnership with the Premier League in Canada.
Indian-based sports media giant Sportskeeda has joined the Bundesliga’s global network of content partners, providing engaging content and latest statistical analysis to fans throughout India.
LaLiga has appointed Octavi Anoro as International Director after having completed five years of impressive work for the organisation. In the past three years, he had worked as an International Deputy Director and managed the LaLiga Global Network (LLGN) project.Details
Lega Serie A has announced an official partnership with Socios.com the all-in-one influence and rewards app for sports fans across the world. Socios.com becomes Official Partner of Lega Serie A and Main Sponsor of the Supercoppa Frecciarossa and Coppa Italia Frecciarossa Finals.
A UK High Court judge says Chinese broadcaster PP Sports must pay the UK£157 million (US$213 million) it owes to the Premier League.
Aberdeen FC is today pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with Uber Eats.
Fox Sports is expanding its partnership with Twitter to enhance its social media coverage of this year’s Fifa World Cup in Qatar and the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in 2023.