FIFA has suspended its sanctions against Ukraine as its national federation has lodged an appeal.
TSE Consulting has expanded into three new markets by opening national offices in Turkey, Peru and the United Arab Emirates.
Organisers of motorsport’s iconic Dakar Rally have announced that the 2013 edition will begin in Peru for the first time in its history.
Peru’s Primera Division has been left in chaos amid a player strike and a threat of closure from one of its top clubs.
TelefC3nica S.A. has agreed a package of new media broadcast rights covering all 64 matches of the 2006 FIFA World Cup for almost all territories in Latin and South America.
World Champions Brazil and South American arch-rivals Argentina will have their 2006 World Cup qualifying matches televised in Scandinavia and Turkey under new distribution agreements, rights owner Traffic Sports Marketing has announced.
This weekend’s World Group first round ties in the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas are set for worldwide television exposure.
FIFA has confirmed it is to trial technology which will determine whether a goal has been scored during the Under 17 World Championships in Peru during September and October.
Infront Sports & Media has reached agreement with OTI (OrganizaciC3n de Telecomunicaciones Iberoamericanas) for the broadcast rights to the 2006 FIFA World Cup across Central and South America.
Terrestrial broadcaster Channel 4 has acquired the UK TV rights to soccer tournament Copa Libertadores 2004, South America’s equivalent to Europe’s Champions League.
A row in Peru over player payments took a new twist at the weekend after striking soccer stars took control of a stadium and forced a game to be called off.
US soccer marketing company Inter Forever Sports has been taken over by Brazilian firm Traffic – and has changed its name.
Brazil is set to get a clear run at hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup after it secured the all-important support of the South American Football Federation (CSF).
South American football directors will meet today to discuss the idea of creating yet another new tournament to replace the doomed the Merconorte and Mercosur cups, which face extinction after only four years.
KirchGruppe unit KirchMedia has continued its 'mopping up' operation in regard to the sale of World Cup broadcast rights with the conclusion of further deals in minor football markets.
Players from Peru's three-time league champion Universitario de Deportes said they would stop training until the club paid nearly three months in wages and provided footballs and water for showers.
Soccer tournament the Copa America finally kicks off in Colombia on Wednesday after weeks of furious argument over when and where it should be played but, as the action starts, ordinary fans may be asking what the fuss was about.