Wolves have joined in partnership with Chicago City Soccer Club to collaborate and nurture some of the best talents in the UK and America.
On November 30, 125 years ago, Udinese Calcio was born. To celebrate this prestigious milestone, the Friulian club and Macron have presented the new Anniversary shirt, the third for the 2021-2022 season.
TLCBet has renewed its ongoing partnership with Sevilla FC as its Official Asia Betting Partner. The collaboration cements Sevilla’s long-held commitment to a strategic plan of internationalisation, with a special emphasis on the Asia-facing market, where the TLCBet brand has carved out a progressive profile for fan engagement, thanks to its robust acquisition and retention…Details
Awareness campaign against gender violence has been launched in partnership with Italian NGO on the international day for the elimination of violence against women. In support Spezia Calcio will wear special shirts in Serie A match against Bologna and auction them to raise funds for charity.Details
Report focuses on key issues such as good governance, safe sport, inclusiveness and anti-discrimination
Scottish League 2 sides Stenhousemuir and Albion Rovers score the title of ‘Digitally Transformed Business of the Year,’ generating over £200,000 in revenue thanks to live-stream sales.
Building on its previous successful football sponsorships of the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championships, Castrol will collaborate with the Premier League to engage fans in the United Kingdom and across the globe in Castrol’s key markets including China, the ASEAN (Association of South East Asian) countries, the Middle East and Europe.
AS Monaco, in partnership with Chiliz, the leading provider of blockchain solutions for the sports and entertainment industry, announces the launch of fan tokens $ASM on the fan engagement and rewards app Socios.com.
Norwich City Football Club is delighted to reveal its new crest which will be used across all club branding from June 2022.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino took the FIFA World Cup trophy to the front of the starting grid at the 2021 Qatar Grand Prix together with Formula One Group CEO Stefano Domenicali and Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) President Jean Todt – on a day that coincided with the one year to go milestone for the…Details