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20 Jul 2018
Establishing a regular quadrennial schedule for the Rugby League World Cup took nearly 60 years. So how will the 2021 edition maintain that “stake in the ground?”
21 Jun 2018
World Rallycross’ Speedmachine Festival is set to shake up the sports event playbook. Sportcal Insight went to the first edition at Silverstone last month to find out more.
08 Jun 2018
Money makes the world go around - especially at Fifa. Jonathan Rest examines the finances and politics behind North America's bid to host the 2026 World Cup.
24 May 2018
The 2026 World Cup bidders will learn next week whether they will be included on the 13 June ballot. Jonathan Rest analyses the merits and pitfalls of Morocco's fourth attempt to host the tournament.
18 May 2018
As new LA Galaxy recruit Zlatan Ibrahimovic starts life in MLS with a bang and the USA-Canada-Mexico bid and rival Morocco await the upcoming decision on the host of the FIFA World Cup 2026, Sportcal looks at one of the major achievements of North American professional soccer over the last years: its attendances.
11 May 2018
The much anticipated first volume of the 2018 edition of Sportcal’s landmark Global Sports Impact (GSI) Report is available to pre-order now.
10 May 2018
What does an eSports event actually look like? And where do the revenues come from? Sportcal Insight attended an eSports event in London to try to find out.
25 Apr 2018
With just 100 days to go until the start of the inaugural multi-sports European Championships, Sportcal Insight spoke to Paul Bristow and Marc Joerg, the men behind a vision that has been over 10 years in the making.
17 Apr 2018
USA has once again topped Sportcal’s GSI Nations Index in 2018, extending its lead ahead of second placed United Kingdom and China, which climbs to third
17 Apr 2018
Tokyo, Japan, has become only the second city to claim the title of Global Sports City, having beaten London, UK to the top of Sportcal’s GSI Cities Index 2018. Nanjing, Minsk and St. Petersburg are the big movers in the top 20, while Baku, Glasgow and Innsbruck each fall down the index.
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