Transfers: value of European Top 5 players would drop by 28% if the season did not resume (CIES)

The total transfer value of players in the European Top 5 (Bundesliga, LaLiga Santander, Ligue 1 Conforama, Premier League, Serie A TIM) would decrease by 28% (from €32.7bn to €23.4bn) in the event that no more matches are played in 2019-20 and no contracts are renewed by 30/06/2020, according to…

Clubs - News #179681, Published 02/04/20 at 16:40

Covid-19/Euro 2021: "In the face of crisis, football has shown its best side" (A. Ceferin, UEFA)

"There was a real spirit of cooperation, with everyone recognising that they had to sacrifice something in order to achieve the best result. It was important that, as the governing body of European football, UEFA led the process and made the biggest sacrifice. In the face of this crisis, football…

Reg - News #178046, Published 18/03/20 at 14:49

European Cups (rugby): "Sponsorship revenues on the rise, TV rights much higher" (V. Gaillard, EPCR)

"While sponsorship revenues are indeed on the rise, those from TV broadcasting rights for the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup around the world are much higher, by a ratio of approximately 1 to 5," said Vincent Gaillard CEO of EPCR to News Tank Football on 07/01/2020, ahead of the Round 5…

Reg - News #173351, Published 28/01/20 at 10:30

France: "D1 Arkema naming rights make us one of the major players post-World Cup" (G. Galinier)

"Naming rights makes us one of the major players post-World Cup. We are thus joining the FFF's legacy plan after the 2019 Women's World Cup," said Gilles Galinier, external communications director at Arkema, to News Tank Football on 10/10/2019. The French chemical and advanced materials group…

S&P - News #164857, Published 17/10/19 at 17:34

French Football Convention: "What the ECA wants, this is what its 232 clubs want" (J-M Aulas, OL)

"In the reform of the European Cups under discussion at ECA, even the most modest countries would have access to European competitions. This is a strategy that takes into account the general interest. The ECA, this is what the 232 clubs that comprise it up want to do. Contrary to what has been…

Reg - News #148401, Published 29/05/19 at 10:10

"Ironically US sports leagues are socialist, while European sports is a wild west" (M. Glickman, G2)

"Ironically, the U.S. sports leagues are run on a relatively socialist distribution model, while in Europe the sports business is a complete free-market wild, wild west, where in the end something like 90% of the revenue goes to probably less than 10% of the clubs in Europe. As a result, in…

Clubs, Reg - News #143280, Published 02/04/19 at 16:14

Piracy: "beoutQ impacts the entire ecosystem of international sport" (Sophie Jordan, beIN)

"If it's not stopped quickly, beoutQ (Saudi pirate entity) will get out of control and will wipe billions of Euros off the value of global sports and entertainment. The damaging consequence of reduced funding will not be felt solely by the rights holders such as the sports leagues and federations…

Media - News #140155, Published 15/02/19 at 15:04

Think Football 2019 agenda: women's sport, sportainment, eSports, piracy and intl. development

The 2019 Women's World Cup in France and more broadly the place of women's sport (Women as the future of sport), eSports (eSports, from virtuality to reality for sponsors, presented by Webedia), audiovisual piracy (The biggest danger to pro sports?), the personalisation of the fan experience (Fan…

Clubs, Media, Reg, S&P - News #139339, Published 06/02/19 at 16:54

Think Football 2019: Mathieu Moreuil (Premier League) to speak at the audiovisual piracy workshop

Mathieu Moreuil, director of international football relations and European affairs for the Premier League will participate in the third edition of Think Football, organised by News Tank Football at INSEEC U. Sport (Eiffel Campus, 10 rue Sextius Michel, 75015 Paris), on Thursday 07/02/2019, with…

Media, Reg - News #139207, Published 05/02/19 at 16:50

2019 Women's World Cup: 2,500 volunteers selected from 13,093 candidates

"In four months' time, 2,500 volunteers will be working to ensure the smooth running of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup France. Launched on 28/05/2018, the (volunteer) programme was a great success with 13,093 applications registered (an average of more than five candidates per position),…

Reg - News #139319, Published 05/02/19 at 16:06
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