The Palace of Auburn Hills, the former home of the National Basketball Association's Detroit Pistons, has been demolished to make way for a new mixed-use development
Round-Up: T20 World Cup announcement, Vietnam eyeing November Grand Prix, Victoria’s sports exodus, and more
After months of speculation, the Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup is reportedly set to be postponed this week. Australian media reports say an official announcement will be made on Friday.
The German Cup final, the DFB-Pokal, will be held at Berlin’s Olympiastadion until at least 2025 after the German Football Association (DFB) renewed its contract with the venue.
Round-Up: Insurers remove pandemic cover, K League fans plan, three-team cricket format go-ahead, and more
Insurance companies are removing or ramping up the cost of pandemic insurance for sports events - CNA/Reuters South Korean football's K League hopes to have fans back in stadiums from July 10 - Yonhap
The English Football Association (FA) has said 82 of its employees stand to lose their jobs amid cost-cutting measures to tackle potential losses of around £300m (€327.4m/$369.1m) due to Covid-19.
The organisers of the Danish Superliga say contact tracing and the organisation of fans into clusters could allow for a proportion of spectators to return to stadiums before the end of the season
Move designed to be both safety enhancement and new revenue driver
Online retail giant to use naming rights to spotlight Climate Pledge initiative
The Sportfive agency has extended its agreement with Supponor, the virtual advertising technology company, for three more years
Japan’s biggest domestic sports league, Nippon Professional Baseball, commenced its 2020 season on June 19 following a three-month delay due to Covid-19.
The Australian Football League is using Melbourne's Marvel Stadium to help secure its fiscal future from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Tom King reports.
In part two of a three-part interview, Fiorentina general director Joe Barone explains why lack of modern infrastructure limits gameday revenue and impacts competition, and outlines his club's infrastructure…
Korea’s football and baseball leagues have published detailed guidelines governing their resumptions this week.
In a positive sign for next year's Olympics, Japanese Olympic Committee chief Yasuhiro Yamashita has told his international counterparts that Tokyo is gradually resuming sporting activities - Kyodo News
South Korean baseball was among the first sport to resume during the Covid-19 pandemic but without expected gate revenue some clubs are now facing financial difficulties
The Women's National Basketball Association's Seattle Storm faces the prospect of playing in a temporary venue for at least part of the 2021 season after it emerged that KeyArena’s reopening is expected to…
The National Hockey League's New York Islanders face the prospect of having to find a new home for the 2020-21 season after it was announced that the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum would be closing…
The Premier League has detailed a number of “broadcast enhancements” that will be used when the top division of English club football resumes its 2019-20 season tomorrow (Wednesday).
The Professional Darts Corporation has announced that live darts will return on July 8 with the launch of the PDC Summer Series
The Australian Football League resumed its 2020 season on Thursday evening, with defending champions Richmond Tigers drawing with Collingwood Magpies during a match played at an empty Melbourne Cricket…
The International Olympic Committee's Coordination Commission for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics has praised China’s preparation efforts.
The creation and sale of extra advertising inventory at behind-closed-doors Premier League matches will need to be managed carefully in order to retain the right “look and feel” as the English top fli…
Former Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland has been appointed as chair of the Live Entertainment Industry Forum (LEIF), a grouping of Australia’s largest live event businesses designed to…
Round-Up: Tokyo governor’s Olympic worry, Sydney wants Fury fight, Saudi to sponsor virtual Le Mans, and more
The governor of Tokyo has questioned whether the Olympic Games can go ahead next year without an international deal on travel and quarantine
The Australian Football League does not yet have a broadcast deal in place for its reduced season which is due to resume on June 11
LaLiga, the organising body of the top two divisions of Spanish club football, has unveiled a series of broadcast innovations for when the top tier resumes its 2019-20 season later this week
Formula 1 has granted one-year contract extensions to organisers of the Hungarian, Italian and Belgian Grands Prix as a means of compensating them for the staging of races behind closed doors this year
Germany and Portugal are the leading contenders to stage a new-look finale to the 2019 Uefa Champions League season, according to multiple reports
Formula 1 has today (Tuesday) confirmed that its 2020 season will commence in Austria next month, part of an eight-race European swing as it maintained its ambition to stage between 15 to 18 races in total
Miguel Angel Ramirez, the president of Spanish Segunda Division side Las Palmas, has suggested fans of the Canary Islands club should be allowed to watch its forthcoming match against Girona on June 13
A groundbreaking ceremony has taken place in the Chinese city of Xi'an for ¥8.05bn ($1.
The Austrian government has given Formula 1 the green light to commence its 2020 season behind closed doors with two races at the Red Bull Ring, while Silverstone, home of the British Grand Prix, is also…
The New South Wales (NSW) government has dropped controversial plans to give Sydney’s ANZ Stadium an A$800m (€484.4m/$538.3m)
Uefa is said to be planning to move the 2019-20 Champions League final away from Istanbul due to the Covid-19 pandemic and is thought to be weighing up alternative locations ahead of an Executive Committee…
The National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes have agreed a five-year lease extension to remain at PNC Arena through July 2029
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has announced he will now allow limited spectators at outdoor professional sporting events amid the global Covid-19 pandemic
Japanese technology firm Yamaha has developed a smartphone application that lets fans cheer remotely from home for their teams playing in empty arenas