The Premier League usually auctions its domestic media rights halfway through its three-season cycle, but Covid has uprooted its plans. Callum McCarthy examines the likely bidders and the league's hopes for an uplift in the value of the rights.
Lega Serie A has been working to restructure its commercial and marketing operation over the last 12 months. In an exclusive interview, commercial director Michele Ciccarese outlines how sponsorship will take shape under the new structure.
Matthew Glendinning talks to Kathryn Swarbrick, the FA’s commercial and marketing director, about what is on the horizon for English football's governing body as it continues to develop its brand strategy amid the pandemic.
Mick Desmond, outgoing commercial and media director for the All England Lawn Tennis Club, talks to SportBusiness about his plans to retire at the end of the 2021 championships and his hopes that his successor will respect his commercial legacy.
The domestic media rights to the top tier of Portuguese football are set to be centralised from the 2027-28 season onwards in a breakthrough move agreed between the league and the country’s football g…
Simon Cummins, partner and head of the global sports, gaming and media practice at executive search and talent consulting firm Odgers Berndtson, discusses some of the tensions involved in working with private equity investors
The DFL has entered into a partnership with esports giant ESL, with the long-term aim of making its Virtual Bundesliga a comparable prospect to its traditional football competitions. Adam Nelson speaks with the DFL's Andreas Heyden and ESL's Ralf Reichert.
Tony Simpson, partner and head of sport at board advisory firm Savannah, looks back on a year in which sports bodies had to take a long, hard look at their diversity & inclusion policies and working from home became the new norm
Ben Wright, chief commercial officer for the English Football League, explains what the league has learnt from streaming more games on its iFollow service and how the league has targeted the fast-food sector to shore up revenues during this year's lockdown
Bobbie Ttooulis, executive director of shipping and e-commerce delivery company, Global Freight Solutions, says sports merchandising needs careful management at peak sales periods, like kit launches and Christmas.
The ATP Finals’ 12-year run in London helped to boost the profile of the event and showcase London's O2 Arena as sports venue. Adam Nelson examines the tournament's stay in the city and looks at how the commercial model will change now that it is moving to Turin.
The Bundesliga is locked in a battle with other major European leagues for the hearts, minds, and eyeballs of fans around the world. Kevin Roberts examines some of the league's marketing efforts alongside the Der Klassiker match between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
Stevenage FC were pleasantly surprised when news arrived of Burger King's interest in becoming its main sponsor. SportBusiness speaks to Stevenage chief executive officer Alex Tunbridge to hear about the journey the club has been on since the association with Burger King began in July 2019.
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters is being assailed on multiple fronts as the UK government threatens a systematic review of football governance and clubs plot European competition reform.
Brentford FC’s plans to open a brand new 17,250-capacity stadium this autumn have been thwarted by the Covid pandemic. Chief executive Jon Varney describes how the club is coping with the lockdown and its plans to compete on a more even commercial footing in the English Championship.
Ambassador Real Madrid, President of Global Institute of Sport Governor UCFB, Partner and Head of Sport and Media Practice Savannah Group, Associate Dean New York University, Preston Robert Tisch Institute Global Sport
Omar Chaudhuri and Ben Marlow from consultancy firm 21st Club examine the trends driving football’s underlying financial crisis and suggest a new approach and competition format designed to reduce costs and promote sustainability.
Ingrid Silver, partner in the global entertainment and media industry group of international legal firm Reed Smith, predicts the sports that could command a commercial premium following the Covid-19 pandemic.
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