World Rugby has today (Wednesday) announced that Australia, England, France, New Zealand, Portugal and Wales have confirmed their intention to bid for the 2021 Women’s World Cup.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has revealed further efforts to position Twenty20 as the format to boost the sport’s global growth as the Champions Trophy was removed from the calendar and proposals to utilise London Stadium as a 2019 World Cup venue were cast aside.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has today (Wednesday) unveiled a new body designed to drive forward the formation of its new Twenty20 competition.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has named the eight venues for its new Twenty20 competition under a revamped model for assigning rights to its major events.
The Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) has entered into a long-term partnership with Fanatics as part of an effort to boost the experience of supporters at its retail and online stores, as well as support its ‘Pass It Back’ grassroots initiative.
Sports marketing agency Two Circles has been appointed as the official data and insight partner of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, which will take place in England and Wales.
Rugby League Ireland chairman Richard Egan has said that the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) is planning to launch a Six Nations tournament next year as part of an effort to enhance the presence of Northern Hemisphere countries on the sport’s global stage.
Premier League football club Swansea City has agreed terms on a deal with Swansea Council to take on full operational control of its Liberty Stadium home.
The Israeli sports ministry has today (Thursday) confirmed that the country will host the ‘Big Start’ of the 2018 Giro d’Italia cycling race.
An agreement has been reached for South African rugby teams the Cheetahs and Southern Kings to enter the Pro12 pan-European competition after losing their Super Rugby status, according to multiple reports.
The troubled Circuit of Wales development has today (Tuesday) suffered a major blow after the Welsh government rejected a request for more than £200m (€225.9m/$253.1m) in taxpayer-funded guarantees.