Adam Nelson, Europe office

Gianni Infantino, the Fifa president, has said that a women’s equivalent of the Club World Cup is set to launch “very soon”, as part of an overarching overhaul of the women’s game.  In

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) has appointed Discovery and its subsidiary, Eurosport Events, as the promoter for its new FIA Electric GT Championship on a long-term deal

The Premier League is reportedly exploring ways to exploit the growing market for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as a new revenue stream, according to the Financial Times

Formula 1's Williams Racing has announced the appointment of James Bower as its new commercial director, replacing Tim Hunt who moves to become chief marketing officer

Andorra has announced its intention to bid to host the 2027 Alpine World Ski Championships, formally presenting its candidacy to the International Ski Federation (FIS) yesterday (Wednesday)

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has revealed the racing format and other plans for its inaugural UCI Track Cycling Champions League, which launches in November this year

Semper Fortis has become the first esports organisation to launch on the Aquis Stock Exchange Growth Market, announcing that it had completed its £2.55m ($3.74m) listing today.

The International Biathlon Union has announced plans to launch a completely new digital ecosystem, including a website and mobile apps, later this year, having appointed digital transformation agency Vincit…

Badminton World Federation president Poul-Erik Høyer is set for a third term in the role after being nominated for re-election unopposed.

The European Clubs Association, the professional football clubs interest body, has moved to appoint Paris-Saint Germain’s Nasser Al-Khelaïfi as its new chairman, replacing the departed Andrea Agnelli.

Rupert Svendsen-Cook, chief executive of motorsport technology group Veloce, tells SportBusiness about the company's plans to launch an IPO and how the events of 2020 have fast-tracked some of its ambitions.

Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Arena will host this year’s Short Course World Swimming Championships, the International Aquatics Federation (Fina) has announced.