Four years ago, Gabriel Jesus painted the streets of Jardim Peri. Now, those same streets are painted to celebrate him.
Rangers Football Club has agreed a new three-year partnership with sports travel operator, Thomas Cook Sport, which becomes the club’s official supporter travel partner and team travel provider.
As part of the agreement, Thomas Cook Sport will provide the club with official supporter travel products for domestic and European games, as well as travel for the first team.
Everton’s new chief executive officer, Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale, has unveiled a new-look leadership team, in a move to help the Premier League club reach its long-term ambitions, on and off the field.
The new leadership team will be comprised of nine executive director-level positions, which will be responsible for the day-to-day operations across the club.
Talksport has extended its partnership with the Premier League for a further three years, continuing the global audio rights deal...
Paul Gascoigne and Tubes set off on a bus round London to take on the £100 Million Stars Challenge, ahead of the FIFA World Cup, open to customers in the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
BT Sport has announced plans to offer its licensees the opportunity to grow their business by offering free personalised digital training in partnership with Google Digital Garage.
The partnership follows the results of a consumer survey, which revealed that 55% of fans plan ahead when going out to watch live sport and 45% of live sport watchers ‘follow’ a pub or bar’s social media page. Meanwhile, 58% of BT Sport pubs have indicated they would use social media more to promote sports events if they knew how to make the most of it.
As the FIFA World Cup 2018 gets underway, Miller Insurance Services' Jim Rainford looks at what happens when players are thrust into the football limelight, almost overnight...
So Russia 2018 is up and running and, as the competition for the greatest prize in football begins to take shape, one of the big questions is who will emerge as this year’s James Rodriguez.
New York Red Bulls II players, with the help of technology company Tobii Pro, have been using insight from the latest eye tracking technology to look at the rapid evaluation process through which players read their opponents, gauge distance, determine the position of the ball, and take aim at goal.
New York Red Bulls II, the New York Red Bulls reserve team, play in the United Soccer League, the second tier in the American soccer pyramid.
Jose Mourinho surprised a group of schoolchildren with a special lesson before departing for the World Cup. Mourinho was a secondary school PE teacher for five years before embarking on his football management career.
He arrived at Bishop Gilpin Church of England Primary School in a Jaguar XF Sportbrake full of brand new football equipment, which he donated to the children as part of an afternoon in class, before they interrogated him about his World Cup predictions, Paul Pogba’s dabbing and why Jesse Lingard is the naughtiest kid in the class.
Russian World Cup goals will directly fund initiatives to make football more inclusive to the LGBT+ community, with bookmaker Paddy Power set to donate £10,000 for every goal scored by the FIFA World Cup host nation.
The donations will go to a number of causes dedicated to making football more LGBT+ inclusive, with Paddy Power committing to a guaranteed minimum donation of £50,000, as part of the campaign developed by Synergy.