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The Jaguars have played an annual fixture in London since 2013, with the city now accounting for 11 per cent of their “local” revenues.

Fintech firm based in Wisconsin, but the ‘backbone’ of financial transactions around world Fiserv will streamline payment provision in arena and use it as a ‘test lab’ for new ways to transact Rumou

NFL franchise slashed the price of food and drink at their new Mercedes-Benz Stadium Revenue decline less than anticipated; fan response greater

Everton director of marketing, Richard Kenyon, explains how innovative pricing and engagement with young fans have helped the Premier League club shore up ailing attendances.

The Milwaukee Buck's brand new Fiserv Forum opens on 26 August. Ben Cronin speaks to executives from the team about how the new arena and an adjoining entertainment district are designed to cater for a year-round calendar of sport, entertainment and festivals and how the inclusion of 100 residential properties will see the team transition to being a real estate company. 

Welcome to the US Digest, rounding up the big news and developments coming out of the world’s biggest sports market

Welcome to the first edition of SportBusiness Group’s US Digest, rounding up the big news and developments coming out of the world’s biggest sports market

Danny Zausner, managing director of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, tells SportBusiness why the Flushing Meadows campus was redesigned and how the new Louis Armstrong Stadium will be monetized.

He’s been called ‘The Horse Whisperer’. So skilled is Shawn Flarida astride a horse, that he has dominated the equestrian discipline of reining for the last two decades, winning gold medals at both individual and team events in most of the important competitions all the way up to the World Equestrian Games.

Legends International has helped redefine the stadium experience. The firm’s Richard Cheesman and Martin Jennings identify four key trends

In this week's US sports industry round-up: Delaware ushers in new sports betting era; United 2026 bid outscores 'high risk' Morocco; and the New York Yankees win scheduling battle with ESPN.

Adam Nelson takes a look at four cities with the potential to make a big splash in future editions of Ultimate Sports City

For the third time in the history of these rankings, London has been named the world’s Ultimate Sports City. From the NFL and NBA to Wimbledon and Euro 2020, the British capital’s event-hosting strategy, coupled with the public’s appetite for sport, has placed the city at the centre of the sporting world

In this month's issue we cover the following: MOROCCO 2026  –  The North African country pushes the vision of a 'compact' World Cup UNI

The winners from across all our award categories.

Greg Pitcher talks to Aecom head of sports engineering Peter Ayres, responsible for the design of Moscow's Okritie Arena, about the creation of the soon-to-be World Cup venue.

The Football Association chairman, Greg Clarke has written a letter to FA Council members about the potential sale of Wembley Stadium and provided a Q&A to answer some of the questions raised about Shahid Khan's offer to buy the venue. The association granted SportBusiness International permission to publish the Q&A here.

Changes to the Fifa host allocation process ought to give Morocco a better chance of hosting the Fifa World Cup than on any of the four previous occasions the country has bid for the tournament. Ben Cronin visits four of the host cities within the proposed bid to assess the strengths and weaknesses of its candidacy. 

District Detroit app not only links the home of the Red Wings and Pistons to a 50-block neighbourhood, it also offers an insight into how public spaces could be connected in future.