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SportBusiness International June 2018

In this month’s issue we cover the following:

MOROCCO 2026  –  The North African country pushes the vision of a ‘compact’ World Cup

UNITED 2026 – Its North American rivals hope Fifa’s decision will be purely economic

BUDWEISER – Beer giant AB InBev talks World Cup activations

SPARTAK STADIUM – Inside the Otkritie Arena, one of the World Cup venues

THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – Why stakeholders are asking questions even as revenues rise

FRANCIS TELLIER – The outgoing HBS chief on the production company’s genesis

ULTIMATE SPORTS CITY – 12 pages of coverage of our award, including London (this year’s winner), the category champions, ones to watch, and our judges’ roundtable

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