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23 Mar 2021
Normanno Pisani, head of media partnerships UK at TikTok, explains the rationale behind and the plans of the video-sharing platform’s global sponsorship deal for soccer’s Euro 2020, now scheduled for June and July of this year.
12 Mar 2021
Jason Siegel, the man spearheading Orlando’s 2026 World Cup host city bid, tells Jonathan Rest why experience and collaboration are the right ingredients for success.
02 Nov 2020
This feature includes three sections of analysis from Sportcal's 2020-21 European Club Soccer Kit Supply Report. In the report, Sportcal has analysed 255 soccer kit supplier deals across the top leagues in Europe’s top 15 soccer nations. Consideration is then given to the impact of COVID-19 on the market, with the help of Ron Wiegand, vice-president of international kit and athlete partnerships at Sportfive. The full version is available to Sportcal Subscribers.
02 Nov 2020
This feature includes samples of analysis from Sportcal's 2020-21 European Club Soccer Front of Shirt Sponsorship Report. In the report, Sportcal has analysed 244 Front of Shirt sponsorship deals across the top leagues in Europe’s top 15 soccer nations, looking at the impact COVID-19 has had on the industry and potential future trends.
01 Oct 2020
Bundesliga International chief executive Robert Klein talks Jonathan Rest through the German top flight's global broadcast picture in a brutal sales climate.
16 Jun 2020
Major League Soccer is the premier soccer competition in the United States and Canada. Since its opening season in 1996, the league has evolved as a popular sporting competition in North America.
01 Apr 2020
Sportcal Analyst Jake Kemp takes a look at the impact Covid-19 has had on Euro 2020, scheduled to begin in Rome in June but now postponed until 2021.
30 May 2019
Women’s soccer is at a tipping point and 2019 could be the year it realises its full potential, with the forthcoming Fifa Women’s World Cup being considered by many to be a watershed moment.
02 May 2019
Canada: The world's largest economy without its own professional soccer league. Until last weekend. Jonathan Rest analyses the business case of the Canadian Premier League.