League completes five-year agreement with technology giant
PepsiCo, the American multinational food, snack, and beverage corporation, has lost the sponsorship rights to the high-profile Super Bowl halftime show as part of an extended agreement with the National…
Nevada locale lands its third major NFL event following Pro Bowl, NFL Draft
Event to further Nevada locale's ascendency into a major sports industry destination
The National Football League is reportedly planning to take future sponsorship rights to the Super Bowl halftime show to the open market, with Pepsi's entitlement deal poised to end in 2022
Last weekend’s NFL Super Bowl highlighted the tension point between the return of fans to live sporting events and the dangers inherent in that return. Sampson Yimer, vice-president, sponsorship consulting at Momentum Worldwide, looks at the pros and cons, backed by the agency’s proprietary study on fan sentiment.
German commercial broadcaster ProSieben has acquired exclusive rights to the new European League of Football gridiron football competition
Amid pandemic, league plays its entire 2020 season schedule
Commissioner praises league's enhanced flexibility, improved labor relations
Due to the pandemic and the presence of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers playing in their home venue, the ticket resale market for Super Bowl LV is experiencing a series of unprecedented anomalies. US Editor Eric Fisher reports.
Despite significant disruptions to out-of-home viewership, network remains bullish about broad appeal of Brady-Mahomes matchup
Rob Higgins, the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee president and CEO, tells SportBusiness about the challenges and opportunities of hosting the NFL championship game amid the pandemic.
Increased supply changes market, but pricing remains at historic levels
New camera positions take advantage of game's attendance restrictions
The Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee has hailed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for becoming the first National Football League team to secure a Super Bowl berth in their home stadium
Super Bowl LV at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium on February 7 will officially have a capacity of 22,000 fans including 14,500 ticket buyers and 7,500 vaccinated health care workers who will be guests of…