Sixth Street

Russell Wolff, who recently left ESPN after 26 years with the Disney-owned sports broadcaster, is joining global investment firm Sixth Street

The Soccer Champions Tour has announced DirecTV as its presenting sponsor for the summer friendly tournament played in the United States

Backed by Sixth Street, Legends and AEG, Soccer Champions Tour has announced its schedule for the summer series in the United States, which includes an El Clásico matchup between FC Barcelona and Real …

Global investment firm Sixth Street has teamed up with four former US women’s national team players to secure a National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) expansion franchise for the Bay Area of California.

US-based investment firm Sixth Street Partners is reportedly among the firms preparing a bid for a share of the Bundesliga broadcast and commercial rights business as the German Football League (DFL),…

Sixth Street deals, new sponsorship, US tour all fuel revenue boost for LaLiga club

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Brad Griffith, founder and chief executive of mobile-focused ticketing company Gametime. Fisher and Russo also discuss the dramatic move of the University of Southern California and University of California-Los Angeles to the Big Ten Conference, the Big 12 Conference’s hire of new commissioner Brett Yormark, the completion of the revived United States Football League’s first season and new search for additional partners, an investment by US-based Sixth Street into a share of FC Barcelona’s television rights for LaLiga, developing expansion plans for the National Women’s Soccer League, and additional legal turmoil for Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays.

LaLiga giants FC Barcelona has finalized a deal to sell 10 per cent of its LaLiga television rights for the next 25 years to United States-based investment firm Sixth Street Partners

US investment firm Sixth Street is poised to conclude a deal to acquire a 10 per cent share of FC Barcelona’s LaLiga broadcast rights revenue, according to multiple reports in Spain.

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Irwin Raij and Chuck Baker, newly appointed by prominent international law firm Sidley Austin LLP as partners and co-chairs of the entity’s Entertainment, Sports, and Media industry group. Fisher and Russo also discuss the abrupt departure of Sean Bratches as LIV Golf’s chief commercial officer, the new global media rights agreement between the revived XFL and the Walt Disney Co., the $380m (€360m) investment deal between LaLiga giant Real Madrid and United States-based global investment Sixth Street, Major League Cricket’s securing of $120m in new funding, and ongoing turmoil involving name, image, and likeness rights in US college sports.

LaLiga giants Real Madrid has secured a €360m ($380m) deal with United States-based global investment firm Sixth Street, which has acquired the right to stage a series of events at the redeveloped Santiago Bern…