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Soccer - 09 Apr 2021 - Media rights
Rai, the Italian public-service broadcaster, is returning as the home of the Fifa World Cup in 2022 after being awarded exclusive rights to the competition in its market.
Soccer - 09 Apr 2021 - Stadia & venues
Benfica have teamed up with NOS, the telecoms company, to become the first Portuguese soccer club with 5G connectivity in their stadium.
Cycling - road - 09 Apr 2021 - Events
Cofidis, the French financial services firm and prominent cycling sponsor has extended its sponsorship deal with the eponymous team, and is planning to launch a women's outfit.
Sailing - 09 Apr 2021 - Events
SailGP, the annual international sailing series, has unveiled a new deal with Champagne Barons de Rothschild ahead of the 2021-22 season.
Soccer - 09 Apr 2021 - Media rights
FuboTV, the US over-the-top live television and sports streaming service, has acquired exclusive live streaming rights to soccer’s South American Fifa World Cup qualifiers.
Business - 09 Apr 2021 - Events
UK sports bodies have given their backing to the government’s Covid certification programme aimed at ensuring a return to full venues in the second half of June.
Soccer - 08 Apr 2021
Southampton, of English soccer’s top-tier Premier League, have extended their main partnership with the Coingaming Group, a cryptocurrency gaming-based firm, in a three-year deal.
Soccer - 08 Apr 2021 - Sponsorship
Australia’s National Rugby League has today unveiled a new partnership with recovery technology brand Therabody.
Soccer - 08 Apr 2021 - TV ratings
There were more than half a million views in Spain for last night's coverage of the LaLiga clash between Basque rivals Athletic Bilbao and Real Sociedad on Twitch, the video-streaming service owned by internet giant Amazon.
Motor racing - 08 Apr 2021 - Media rights
L’Equipe, the free-to-air digital terrestrial channel in France, has acquired rights to motor racing’s iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans until 2023.
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