Upcoming Women’s Six Nations finds new home on Fox

The 2021 Women’s Six Nations will be screened on terrestrial television network Fox after the US broadcaster penned a one-year agreement with the tournament. Expanding...

Top Rank appoints Kelly to oversee corporate partnerships

US-based boxing promotion Top Rank has filled its newly created vacancy of Chief Revenue Officer, appointing industry veteran Brian Kelly. In his new role at...

North Korea to skip Tokyo 2020 as US considers 2022 Beijing...

North Korea has confirmed that its athletes will not be taking part in the rescheduled 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics later this year. In its statement, the...

Saudi Sports Company awarded AFC media package

The Saudi Sports Company (SSC) has locked down the rights to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) national team and club competitions for the 2021...

Netflix set for fourth ‘Drive to Survive’ Formula One docu-series

Filming has begun on the fourth season of the popular Netflix show ‘Formula 1: Drive to Survive’, the series’ Executive Producer, James Gay-Rees, has...

Cazoo moves into horse racing with Epsom Derby sponsorship

Online car retailer Cazoo has secured the main sponsorship of this year’s Derby Festival at Epsom Downs Racecourse via a deal brokered by The...

Infront nets Serie A international media rights

The Infront media agency has secured the international broadcasting rights to Italy’s top-flight Serie A football tournament. Luca De Siervo, President of Serie A, was...

San Jose Earthquakes form ‘game changing’ partnership with PayPal

The San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer (MLS) has secured a partnership with PayPal, centred around naming rights and contactless payments methods. As a...

‘Devil in the detail’ as Carabao Cup final set for 8,000...

The Carabao Cup final between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur will accommodate 8,000 football fans as part of the pilot programme to trial the...

FIFA names host cities and stadiums for 2023 Women’s World Cup

FIFA has selected the nine cities and 10 stadiums which will stage games at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Most notably, the opening fixture...