O Fenomeno plans to make a massive investment in his boyhood side , Cruzeiro, who are in Brazil’s second tier and suffocating under a huge amount of debt.
UEFA has become the first sports organisation to achieve the EQUAL-SALARY employer certification, following an audit conducted by independent auditor PwC, under the process and official methodology of the EQUAL-SALARY Foundation.Details
Major League Soccer (MLS) is seeking as much as US$300 million from its next domestic media rights deal, according to CNBC. The report says that the league is hoping to capitalise on its recent increase in viewership as it seeks a more lucrative deal than its current arrangement with ESPN, Fox and Univision, which collectively…Details
The Big Picture is back. In 2020, in an unprecedented manner, Rakuten and FC Barcelona’s “The Big Picture” initiative dedicated the external façade at Camp Nou to celebrate fans across the world.
LaLiga & the Premier Academy League announce Australian partnership and nation-wide football development project
In a landmark partnership for Australian Football, LaLiga – globally recognised as one of the major domestic competitions in the world – has joined forces with the Premier Academy League, for the advancement and development of Australian coaches and young aspiring players.
The collaboration becomes effective after the LaLiga General Assembly ratified the agreement with a large majority. Boost LaLiga is a historic milestone and precedent-setting agreement for LaLiga, its clubs and the sector as a whole.
Total of 48,623 members ratify the Assembly’s decision in the first online referendum in FC Barcelona history.
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The plan seeks to use UEFA club competition revenues as security to allow European clubs access to liquidity over years to come.
An independent study conducted by the renowned consultancy firm Oliver & Ohlbaum at the request of UEFA, assesses the economic impact that a biennial World Cup and a new International Match Calendar, for both men’s and women’s football, designed in accordance with the project presented by FIFA would have on European national associations.