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LONDON, Oct 25:
The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) has announced that the United States will host a special edition of the Copa America in 2016 to celebrate the organisation’s centenary…. read more

Nike sells Umbro to Iconix

Nike has announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to sell its Umbro affiliate brand to Iconix Brand Group for US$225 million…. read more

Turkish Federation set for major role at Global Convention

Soccerex has announced that the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) is set to play a key role at the forthcoming Global Convention, which takes place in Rio de Janeiro from November 24-28…. read more

Euro 2016 venues set for January confirmation

UEFA president Michel Platini has announced that France will decide upon a “definitive” list of host venues for its staging of Euro 2016 at the executive committee meeting of European football’s governing body on January 24…. read more

FA aims for a ‘game change’ in women’s football

The English Football Association (FA) has unveiled a five-year plan that aims to boost the commercial and sporting development of women’s football and transform it into the country’s second largest team sport after the men’s game…. 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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