Whilst the 19/20 season may not have gone as desired on the field, Norwich City Football Club remain bold and ambitious. A self-funded club, their strategic goals include developing a culture of continuous improvement and pertinently for their digital ambition, building a ‘future-ready’ club infrastructure.
As English football prepares to get the 2020/21 season underway, the people in charge of creating fixture schedules were presented with something of a problem. A problem that came in the way of too many matches and not quite enough time in which to stage them.
Here’s what’s been making the headlines this week: CSL allows fans back into stadiums, FIBA signs East Asia Super League partnership, LD Sports looks for early Southampton exit, Esports event plays out in front of 2K fans, Beijing stadium undergoes renovation ahead of expected WC bid, Bilibili shares LoL media rights.
Although Paris Saint-Germain march on to their first ever UEFA Champions League final, it is not just European football that is garnering attention within France and with a new domestic season set to start this weekend, a return to competitive action will be welcome up and down the country.
When a new set of Bundesliga rights were announced back in June, the news was gratefully received within Germany and although there was a small decrease in overall value, the combined deals signified a market that has held relatively firm.
Will there ever be a week where Scottish football is discussed purely because of matters on the pitch? In all honesty, probably not and although a saga is never all that far away, it is that ability to create off-pitch drama on a perpetual basis, which subsequently generates so much interest. Interest that was given…Details
With so much focus being placed on how to get club football restarted, there is a sense that the international picture has been forgotten and although that may not be intentional, it certainly has taken a back seat over the past few months. Something that when you consider the herculean hurdles that have been put…Details
When you think of the Bundesliga, you often think of Bayern Munich or Borussia Dortmund and the best that German football has to offer. With that said, you probably do not think of what is usually known as “The Other Bundesliga.” A league that is found within the confines of Austria and although the country…Details
“Olé no Corona” is the first social action in the world to bring together the some of the unique and privileged Brazilians who raised the trophies at the past FIFA World Cups. The campaign has only one objective: to help people most impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil. Find out more about the social…Details
The Seville-based club has launched an official profile on the Chinese social network Weibo to attract new audiences and expand its fan base. In collaboration with LaLiga, the club has also been part of the #TodayWePlay education courses that bring the competition closer to Japanese fans.