The German Football League (DFL), organising body of the top two divisions of the domestic game, has revealed plans to replace its existing DFL Sports Enterprises entity with a new body entitled Bundesliga International.Read on
In-depth interview with Federico Smanio, head of digital and fan relations at Italian football's Lega Serie B, who explains the organisation's social media strategy, which is hindered by regulations preventing it from publishing match videos on social feeds.Read on
The 2016-17 season has been a watershed for the broadcast product of Spanish football’s top-tier – not only in how the rights are sold and revenues distributed, but how it is presented on TV across the world. Broadcasters and fans at home – and on the move – are benefitting from LaLiga’s innovative and ambitious new broadcast presentation.
Sports leagues and federations are becoming increasingly aware of the technologies required to handle the explosion of game-changing data, according to Genius Sports’ managing director, Nick Maywald.
Sport in focus: Football
Funding for a big-money Americas Champions league, contested by football clubs from North and South America, is likely to be announced next year, but the scale of the commercial and political challenge of bringing confederations, clubs and leagues into line has been recognised by the appointment of George Mitchell to the role. Kevin Roberts reports.
Using SMG-Insight’s data, SportBusiness International look at how audiences for the English Premier League and Major League Soccer compare
Digital replacement technology offers rights holders the ability to create additional advertising inventory and revenues. So why is Fifa unlikely to use the technology at Russia 2018? Matthew Glendinning investigates.