Sanzaar, the body which oversees Super Rugby and The Rugby Championship competitions between the South African, Australian, New Zealand and Argentinian rugby unions, is positive that the 2020 Rugby Championship…
Round-Up: T20 World Cup announcement, Vietnam eyeing November Grand Prix, Victoria’s sports exodus, and more
After months of speculation, the Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup is reportedly set to be postponed this week. Australian media reports say an official announcement will be made on Friday.
Australian free-to-air commercial broadcaster Ten has posted a A$226.6m (€140m/$157.8m) loss, warning that the Covid-19 pandemic could have a “material” impact on its financial position. T
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Formula One motor-racing returned at the weekend after its Covid-19 suspension with a grand prix behind closed doors at Austria's Red Bull Ring
The French Tennis Federation (FFT) has revealed how it plans have a spectator capacity of 50 to 60 per cent at this year’s French Open, a move that will potentially allow up to 20,000 people to attend e…
Round-Up: Russia fails to pay athletics fine, overseas IPL ‘likely’, Sha Tin Racecourse opens to punters, and more
World Athletics has halted the process allowing Russian track and field athletes to compete internationally as neutral athletes after Russian Athletics missed a deadline to pay a $6
The New Zealand government has suspended all further payments to the events arm of the 36th America’s Cup amid concerns over the use of funding for the sailing showpiece, which takes place in Auckland n…
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The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon has been pushed back to 2022 due to Covid-19
Japan and Fiji have been invited to join an expanded Six Nations international rugby tournament being proposed to take place this November and December
Asia-Pacific sports industry insiders react to the award of the 2023 Fifa Women's World Cup to Australia and New Zealand.
In the latest interactive monthly data report, SportBusiness Media analyses the media-rights landscape in Australia
SportBusiness speaks to Michael Smith, director of motorsport and commercial operations at Motorsport Australia, about the plans for the future of the sport in Australia, and reaching out to potential drivers in the Asia-Pacific region.
SportBusiness speaks to Asian fan clubs of European football teams to see what they made of their favourite teams' efforts to keep them engaged during the pandemic.
Australian sports are taking measures in response to a spike in Covid-19 cases in the state of Victoria. Football's A-League is moving matches out of Melbourne and into a hub in New South Wales
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has renewed its media rights for the Supercars motorsport series for five years, from 2021 to 2025
New Zealand Rugby has said it is considering a cross-code match against the Australian rugby league national team
Round-Up: Fifa’s $1.5bn relief fund, Chinese Olympic stream breaks 85m, DAZN Japan cable deal, and more
Fifa is investing $1.5bn (€1.3
In a positive sign for next year's Olympics, Japanese Olympic Committee chief Yasuhiro Yamashita has told his international counterparts that Tokyo is gradually resuming sporting activities - Kyodo News
Tennis Australia will offer local professionals the opportunity to earn income while global tours remain postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic
Round-Up: Djokovic ‘deeply sorry’, Australia and NZ PMs support World Cup bid, F1 sells chequers for charity, and more
Novak Djokovic said he was "deeply sorry" after becoming the fourth tennis player to test positive for coronavirus following the exhibition tournament he hosted in the Balkans, admitting he and organisers…
US sports broadcaster ESPN has added to its live programming during Covid-19 by agreeing a rights deal with New Zealand’s National Basketball League.
The International Cricket Council has claimed that the Women's T20 World Cup 2020 was one of the most-watched women’s sporting events in history.
Round-Up: Wuhan targets “hugely symbolic” Open, IOA reviews Li Ning deal, LaLiga international viewing jumps, and more
Organisers of this year's Wuhan Open WTA Tour event, pencilled for October 19 to 25, told Agence France Presse that it will be "hugely symbolic" in terms of the city's fight against Covid-19 should it…
Australia and New Zealand appear poised to land hosting rights to the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup amid reports that Japan will drop its bid for the national team football tournament.
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has reached an agreement with Football Federation Australia (FFA) to cover the remainder of the 2019-20 A-League season and the 2020-21 campaign in a deal worth…
New Zealand-based A-League club Wellington Phoenix have been given clearance to travel to Australia as the FFA moves to complete its 2019-20 season
Round-Up: AFF backs Australia-New Zealand World Cup bid, F1 and Formula E merger hint, Second candidate would cancel Olympics, and more
Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag believes a merger between the all-electric series and Formula 1 could be a possibility
Pay-television operator Foxtel declined to extend its rights deal with Australian rules football league the AFL due to long-running concerns over a clause in the contract concerning free-to-air exposure,…
Cricket Australia has announced further job losses, a pause of international tours and executive pay cuts as it seeks to streamline its finances, which have been damaged by Covid-19
Round-Up: Diack jail term requested, McLaren considering stake sale, Queensland opens stadiums, and more
French prosecutors are seeking a four-year jail sentence for former world athletics federation president Lamine Diack at his ongoing trial in Paris for corruption, money laundering and breach of trust…
The Board of Control for Cricket in India is considering running this year's Indian Premier League from September 26 to November 8
Round-Up: EPL encourages fans to stay away, digital passports for stadiums, US Open green light, Super Rugby’s NZ viewing figures, and more
English Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has encouraged fans to stay away from stadiums, as the league prepares to resume play today
Cricket Australia has installed T20 World Cup organising committee chief executive Nick Hockley as an interim replacement for the outgoing chief executive Kevin Roberts
Football Federation Australia has revealed details of the re-start of the domestic A-League but is still working on a revised broadcast deal with pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports
The US Open tennis tournament is to go ahead as planned pending formal government approval. The ATP and WTA are expected to approve a plan for the tournament, which is set for August 31 to September 13
New Zealand Rugby is in talks to sell its main shirt sponsorship inventory, from the All Blacks down to U20 level, to a single investor
Australian pay-television operator Foxtel is said to be keen to sign a long-term extension to its rights deal for the Supercars Championship by the end of the month, with an agreement that would look to…