Chinese Super League
Tom King looks at how China is getting its sporting calendar back on track, and how the global health crisis has affected some of the weaker industry players in the country.
The Chinese Football Association’s tough line on football club finances has cooled spending at the top level and is pushing lower-tier teams toward oblivion. Chen Yaolin reports.
Chinese policy towards state ownership of sports leagues has performed a massive U-turn, with oversight of the Chinese Super League being passed to a private entity. SportBusiness looks at why, and what will happen next.
The Chinese Super League (CSL) has reached a long-term agreement with online classified ads marketplace, 58.com and its secondary real estate platform Anjuke to jointly sponsor the league
The Chinese Super League began its 2020 season at the weekend, with seven matches played and one more to follow this evening
Round-Up: Australia rejects NZ Super Rugby proposal, IPL dates pencilled, CBA opens to spectators, and more
Rugby Australia said it will reject New Zealand Rugby's proposal for a revamped Super Rugby competition, and is speaking to the rugby unions in Argentina and Japan about alternative models - Sydney Morning…