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Soccer - 15 Sep 2010 - Hospitality
The Football Association of Wales (FAW) has launched its 1876 Hospitality Club at all its home International Matches including the Euro 2012 Qualifiers against England, Switzerland, Bulgaria and Montenegro.
Soccer - 04 Jul 2007
Kaiserslautern / 4th July 2007 – FC Kaiserslautern is set to offer a new, exclusive VIP facility, created in conjunction with the club’s marketing agency SPORTFIVE.
Soccer - 29 May 2007
At its meeting in Zurich on Sunday, 27 May, the FIFA Executive Committee, convening for the 23rd and final time in the cycle that is now drawing to a close, focused on the final preparations for the 57th FIFA Congress at Zurich’s Hallenstadion on 30-31 May.
Soccer - 09 Mar 2007
A high-ranking delegation from the German football association (DFB), headed by its president, Dr Theo Zwanziger, visited FIFA today (Thursday, 8 May 2007).
Soccer - 11 Jul 2006
London. 10th July, 2006 - Hospitality in Partnership (HiP), the global events and consultancy operation which lists IRB Rugby World Cup and ICC Cricket World Cup among its clients, is to create a consortium to tender for the official corporate hospitality contract for UEFA Euro 2008, to be staged in Switzerland and Austria.
Soccer - 06 Jan 2005
Supporters will soon be watching exclusive television programmes about their clubs at their home grounds thanks to a new agreement between The Football League and Sports TV.
Soccer - 14 Dec 2004
Cape Town, South Africa -- Some of the world's top football and sponsorship experts spoke at the Octagon Football Conference held at the Hilton Hotel in Johannesburg The biggest announcement to the big brand marketers attending was - if you want to be one of six Worldwide Partners involved in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, you will need an estimated $125 million. Not too high a price when you are reaching 2.78 million stadium attendees and a television audience of 30 billion in 209 territories. Howe
Soccer - 24 Nov 2004
Seoul/Hamburg, 24 November 2004 – The stakes are high, the competition fierce. 51 European national teams are seeking to gain their ticket to the most prestigious football event, the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany. LG Electronics will be present at 102 of these qualifying matches. This global player in electronics, information and communication products has booked the SPORTFIVE 'Qualifiers 2006' package which converges the marketing rights of numerous European football associations.
Soccer - 01 Nov 2004
The cheapest match ticket for the FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany will cost EUR 17, while a category 1 ticket for the final will cost EUR 99. On average, tickets will cost EUR 42. 'These prices will not be out of anybody’s price range,' said Urs Linsi, General Secretary of world football’s governing body, FIFA.
Soccer - 24 Jun 2004
iSe-Hospitality, FIFA's worldwide exclusive contractual partner for the Official Hospitality Programme of the 2006 FIFA World Cup GermanyTM, is launching the sale of the Commercial Hospitality Programme in June 2004.
Soccer - 01 Jun 2004
UEFA today announced the total income generated from EURO 2004™ to be CHF 1,250 million, how it will be utilised, and the split of prize and appearance money that will be shared amongst the 16 competing nations.
Soccer - 30 Jun 2003
The final competition of the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany will definitely feature 32 teams. The FIFA Executive Committee reached this decision today, 27 June 2003, at a meeting in Paris under the chairmanship of President Joseph S. Blatter.
Soccer - 02 May 2003
FIFA would like to announce that it has decided to put out the FIFA Hospitality Programme for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany(tm) to public tender and invites interested parties to submit tenders covering the sale, management and production of the FIFA Hospitality Programme.
Soccer - 01 Oct 2002
Newcastle United Football Club, one of the most globally recognisable and prestigious names in football, is set to have a new Official Club Sponsor for the start of the 2003/2004 season.
Soccer - 24 Sep 2002
Review report on 2002 FIFA World Cup ticketing: FIFA regrets problems The FIFA Executive Committee, meeting today under the chairmanship of President Joseph S. Blatter, has taken note of and approved the independent review report on the ticketing for the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan.
Soccer - 03 Sep 2002
With many leading UK and European football clubs currently suffering from severe financial difficulties, the latest figures to be announced by Southampton Football Club show the South Coast club in excellent financial shape.
Soccer - 09 Aug 2002
Euphoria among Borussia Dortmund and its marketing partner Sportfive. One day before the opening of the football season, Borussia Dortmund is able to present three new Champion Partners at once, Coca-Cola, LG Electronics and Madaus.
Soccer - 06 Aug 2002
The recent winner of the Liga-Pokal has every reason to enjoy its future prospects. The ideal start into the new season for coach Huub Stevens and World-Cup glamour in form of the new recruit Luizao inspire the fans’ enthusiasm.
Soccer - 01 Aug 2002
After the Vice World Championship and a short summer break football will rule the nation again with the new Bundesliga season starting on the 9th of August. After the contract expiry as main and shirt sponsor, Adecco will put itself now at 1.
Soccer - 11 Mar 2002
The FIFA Executive Committee met in three sessions over three days in Zurich under the chairmanship of the FIFA President, Joseph S. Blatter, and dealt with a long list of issues, many of them concerning the forthcoming 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan.
Soccer - 14 Nov 2001
The Rugby Football Union has recorded a 30% rise in its operating profits from £5.6 million for the financial year 2000/1 to £7.3m for the year ending 30th June 2001.
Soccer - 12 Sep 2001
UFA SPORTS and the Turkish traditional club Galatasaray Istanbul concluded a far-reaching cooperation agreement. In the future, UFA SPORTS will market all advertising and sponsoring rights of the Champions League participant as part of a comprehensive marketing project. For the time being, the contract will last four years, until 2005.
Soccer - 05 Sep 2001
In an exclusive partnership deal, Sportinglife.com, the UK's leading multi-sports website, has joined forces with Amstel, Europe's second largest beer brand, to create the leading online destination for UK football fans to follow the UEFA Champions League over the next eight months.
Soccer - 19 Jun 2001
UEFA is pleased to announce that it is to further strengthen its in-house marketing operations with the appointment of Philippe Margraff as head of the newly created UEFA Marketing Operations Centre.
Soccer - 05 Apr 2001
John Fender, chairman of Premier League soccer club Newcastle United has announced the club's interim results for the six months ended January 31 and has shown an increase in turnover of by 15% to £32.2m.
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