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Players on the United States women’s national team have filed a motion seeking more than $66m in damages and back pay as part of their gender discrimination lawsuit against the US Soccer Federation.

Union leadership to now consider potential landmark agreement

Mexico's Liga MX is expected to put a hold on promotion and relegation with the second-tier Ascenso MX for five years, according to reports in Mexico

Shift to more streamlined broadcast team places more focus on Rodriguez

Latest owner, player gatherings lend heightened hope for ratified pact before new league year in March

MLB club seeks to fight long-running attendance struggles with more radical offer

Famed US road running event slated to proceed as scheduled in April

New penalties, if enacted, would not be retroactive to prior Astros scandal

Major League Lacrosse announced the reformation of the Philadelphia Barrage, on the day after the league confirmed that the Atlanta Blaze would not operate for the 2020 season.

Barry M. Bloom looks at the latest developments being made toward MLB's Spring Training facilities in the Greater Phoenix area. The area is the Spring Training home for half of MLB's 30 teams, with many playing in new or renovated facilities.

Civic stronghold NFL team enjoyed for decades now overtaken by fandom for the crosstown Nationals and Capitals

Kevin McCullagh looks at the growth of the B. League, Japan's domestic basketball league, and considers whether it might be the country's biggest sports expansion of the Reiwa era.

Spanish club Atlético Madrid recently acquired Canadian Premier League expansion team Atlético Ottawa. Bob Williams looks at how the LaLiga giants hope to use this move to expand its presence overseas.

Salary increases comes amid still-fractious talks between MLB, MiLB

With ballpark naming rights ending, brewing giant to gain several other entitlements

V. League 1 football club Sài Gòn FC and J.League club Tokyo FC have signed an agreement to establish a training academy in Vietnam.

The International Table Tennis Federation has decided against awarding its commercial rights wholesale to an agency in its next cycle, and will instead use a combination of in-house expertise and agency…

Former StubHub parent intends to shift sale proceeds into share buybacks

Team owner expresses remorses, but stops short of saying it impacted 2017 title run

Atlanta United has become the first Major League Soccer team to surpass one million followers on social media platform Twitter

Latest changes led by new three-batter minimum for relief pitchers

Multiyear agreement includes renaming of team training facilities

League continues highly active dealmaking in emerging category

New project extends Cabot brand name from Canada

The France family is not looking to sell US stock car racing series Nascar, according to its president Steve Phelps

Out-of-home data provides further lift for NFL title game

World TeamTennis has announced that the Chicago Smash will be the competition's ninth franchise for the 2020 season

Deal worth far more to popular sports and pop culture media brand than prior acquisition talks with Warner Media

Utility player is first batter from title-winning team to acknowledge rules violations

Tiger Woods has revealed he has been approached by the organizers of the Premier Golf League, a proposed rival competition to the PGA Tour.

Major League Lacrosse has announced the Connecticut Hammerheads as its newest team for the 2020 season

New FloBaseball will show more than 700 collegiate and youth league games this season

Deal arrives as team will play host to the 2021 NFL Draft

League proposal would add four additional playoff teams, allow some Wild Card teams to select their opponents

Enforcement order requires companies to remain fully separate while regulatory review continues

Inter Miami FC and Major League Soccer have suffered a setback in their trademark dispute with Serie A giants Inter Milan.

Major League Baseball’s electronic sign-stealing scandal may have been going on for even longer than originally thought, according to a new report in the Wall Street Journal.