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FC Barcelona has agreed its first major commercial deal with an Indian company by signing a partnership with Nokia India.The Indian arm of the Finnish telecommunications giant will become a regional partner of the Primera Division club …. read more

Celtic urges shareholders to reject sponsorship proposal

Celtic has urged its shareholders to vote against a resolution which calls for the club to drop any joint sponsorship deals with fallen rival Rangers and adopt a new commercial strategy…. read more

Aggreko reenergises Global Convention

Aggreko has become the latest sponsor to join the line-up of supporters for this year’s Soccerex Global Convention in Rio de Janeiro…. read more

Romanian football set for slimline league model

The Romanian Football Federation (FRF) has revealed plans to reduce the number of clubs in the country’s top three divisions in a bid to improve standards…. read more

Earthquakes claim world record for stadium groundbreaking

The San Jose Earthquakes have claimed a Guinness World Record for the largest participatory groundbreaking as preparations for their new stadium began in earnest on Sunday…. read more

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A new vision from BT?

Kevin Roberts, editorial director of SportBusiness Group, discusses the implications of BT’s bold entrance into the highly competitive UK sports broadcasting market….

BT Vision has become the company du jour in the sports TV market. Having come out of left field to take a significant chunk of English Premier League rights and shove ESPN out of the picture, it followed up by announcing a record breaking £152 million deal with England’s top rugby clubs…. read more

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