Marco Polo del Nero, the president of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), has today (Friday) been provisionally banned from all football activities for 90 days by the Ethics Committee of Fifa, the sport’s global governing body.Read on
The annual TVSM Global Report uses the data from TV Sports Markets Rights Tracker to put a figure on the global value of the sports media rights market. It also includes values for the top sports, top properties and top markets. The figures are accompanied by explanatory text and analysis.Read on
In the first part of a series on frictionless stadium technology, Ben Cronin examines how Bath Rugby has invested in a piece of white label software that allows fans to pre-order half-time drinks and snacks.Read on
The triple equestrian sport of eventing is recruiting more participants and attracting more fans than ever before.
Abu Dhabi will take centre stage as two of the world’s top football competitions, the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2017-2018 and AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019, come to town. Alexis Dijksterhuis of Abu Dhabi-based ticketing and events company FLASH Entertainment is relishing the prospect.
Perform has become a leader in the sports media and digital content sector over the last 10 years thanks to successful partnerships with organisations that share its vision and innovative approach. Here, some of Perform’s most celebrated clients from across the industry discuss the secrets of its success.
AIMS president and IFMA General Secretary Stephan Fox pays tribute to Ashgabat's hosting of AIMAG 2017.
Sport in focus: Motorsport
With governments, manufacturers and consumers opening up to electric, motorsport is already preparing for a post-petrol and diesel age. Andy Fry reports.
SpeedMachine, the new Silverstone rallycross motorsport festival from WME | IMG, mixes the best of cars, music and food. Ben Cronin asks if there is an appetite for this kind of event.
Force India's deal with Sport Bible could be a precursor to Formula One establishing a new relationship with social media. Andy Fry finds out more.
MotoGP is the latest sports property to launch its own esports competition mixing virtual and real-life encounters. Sport Business International finds out more.