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Mexican Football Federation (FMF) president Justino Compean has stated the country will bid for a record-breaking third FIFA World Cup in 2026, but has warned it faces strong competition from the United States…. read more

Hamburg launches fan bond to aid HSV Campus project

Hamburg SV has launched a fan bond scheme which aims to raise Eur12.5 million towards the cost of developing the 1.Bundesliga club’s vast ‘HSV Campus’ project…. read more

Globo, Sky Deutschland and ITV sign up for Global Convention

Soccerex has announced that Brazilian media group Globo, German pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland and UK commercial broadcaster ITV will all participate in the ‘Future of Sports Rights’ panel at the Soccerex Global Convention, which will be staged in Rio de Janeiro from November 24-28…. read more

Barcelona utilised in innovative anti-smoking drive

FC Barcelona has signed an innovative partnership with the European Commission, which will see the club support the EC’s anti-smoking campaign…. read more

Anouma continues battle for CAF presidency

Aspiring Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Jacques Anouma has called for the introduction of a strict limit on the tenure of the head of the African game, adding that a recent controversial amendment to CAF legislation will not prevent him running for the post…. read more

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Football returns after Olympic diversion

Kevin Roberts, editorial director of SportBusiness Group, discusses the return of football after London 2012….

This was the year when football arrived not with a fanfare out of a cloud of dry ice but, according to many UK newspapers, as an inevitable but somewhat unwelcome bookend to a summer of sport in which the boys and girls in red white and blue had done rather well…. read more

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