Leicester City CEO, Susan Whelan was crowned overall CEO of the Year sponsored by General Sports Worldwide at the Football Business Awards in London yesterday.
With the International match calendar under review, with nothing decided from 2024 onwards, Avram Grant has called for an end to stop-start calendar. The former Israel coach says reform proposals are a ‘win-win’ for clubs and national teams.
UEFA, Europe’s leading football confederation have asked FIFA for proper consultation, rather than media announcements surrounding the impact and consequences of a reform to the global football calendar.
The Sport Lisboa e Benfica academy, Benfica Campus, is celebrating its 15th anniversary today. Since opening its doors in September of 2007, Benfica Campus has developed some of the biggest stars in European football generating more than €500M in revenues. The success of the Benfica Campus and the state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology has led to…Details
LaLiga joins forces with Dapper Labs to launch an all new digital collectible experience for global fans
Built by the team behind NBA Top Shot, this new experience will give football fans the ability to collect and own some of the most awe-inspiring and iconic in-game Moments from their favourite LaLiga clubs.
“Hosting Soccerex Americas next March will allow the gathering of an audience of the scope and quality that makes our events world-class,” said Soccerex Managing Director Phil Gegan.
The bevestor Virtual Bundesliga (VBL) is celebrating its anniversary: The competition will begin its tenth season on 1 November and is again inviting all interested players to take part in the VBL Open by bevestor. The VBL, which was founded in 2012 as a partnership between DFL and EA SPORTS, remains to this day the…Details
Liverpool Football Club has confirmed the proposed expansion of the Anfield Road Stand will move forward.
The EFL has officially launched on fast-growing social media platform TikTok!
Former Argentina international Pablo Zabaleta has endorsed wide-ranging changes to football’s international match calendar, saying that fewer windows of national team matches from 2024 will reduce physical and mental fatigue of the players and enable fans to engage more with their national teams.