Governance

The National Football League is set to allow each of its 32 franchises to sell to private equity investors, albeit up to a limit of 10 per cent only, commissioner Roger Goodell has declared

World Series of Boxing (WSB), the country-based franchise competition that collapsed in 2019 due to mounting financial losses, is to be resurrected next year

Nuno Lobo, a candidate for the presidency of the Portuguese FA, has described the move to centralisation of media rights in the top division as "essential" but questioned the lofty €300m per year financial targets being set by the league.

Uefa has cleared Manchester City and Manchester United to compete in its club competitions next season, saying it is satisfied that they have no direct influence at Girona FC and OGC Nice, respectively.

Vincent Pereira has stepped down as head of esports at the International Olympic Committee after two and a half years in the role, less than a month after the governing body announced plans to create the Olympic Esports Games.

World Boxing appears on the verge of establishing itself as the de facto governing body for the sport, with the rival International Boxing Association (IBA) facing two more threats to its existence

Boston Basketball Partners, ownership group of the Boston Celtics National Basketball Association franchise, has announced plans to sell all of its controlling shares in the team, just weeks after winning…

US Ski & Snowboard is looking to tap into the buzz around the United States winter sports scene by teaming up with action sports' X Games on a new, combined event

ASOIF's fifth Review of International Federation Governance sees all 32 members meet a base target set for the first time.

The sports portfolio of US investment fund 777 Partners has suffered another hit after Basketball League Ltd (BLL), which operates the top-tier British Basketball League, had its licence terminated by the sport’s national governing body.

Figure skaters will be able to generate sponsorship funds from field of play advertising for the first time after the International Skating Union passed a proposal to allow the branding of manufacturers’ logos.

World Athletics’ plans to award prize money for gold medalists at the Olympic Games have been described as “discriminatory” by Spyros Capralos, president of the European Olympic Committees.

Premier League clubs have agreed to trial two new sets of financial regulations next season to run alongside the league’s Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR) but rejected changes to the existing PSR s…

Leading ski federation claim to be making progress in talks with the International Ski and Snowboard Federation over media rights centralisation but are still 'far away' from an agreement.

Portia Archer, a senior US sports and media executive, has today (Wednesday) been named as the new chief executive of the Women’s Tennis Association.

The Victoria Racing Club (VRC), which runs Australia’s showpiece horse racing event, the Melbourne Cup, has appointed Kylie Rogers as its new chief executive.

Triathlon events organiser Supertri has announced a new structure of franchise-based ownership after confirming the first team in its new league will be Podium Racing

Despite losing International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognition as the sport's global governing body, the International Boxing Association (IBA) has announced plans to award prize money for Olympic competitors…