Premier League

Teams Face Consequences As The European Super League Ends

The Premier League announced new rules including an Owners’ Charter, committing club owners to the “core principles of the Premier League.”

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Anger Toward Manchester United Owners Spills Onto Field

Manchester United fans stormed the stadium, shouting and setting off flares. Anger against team owners swelled after the Super League fiasco.

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Disney, Amazon Potential Buyers For BT Group's Sport Division

BT Sport, the sports-broadcast division of British telecommunications BT Group, could be sold to a U.S.-based media company.

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Premier League TV Deal Could Roll Over, Avoid Auction

The British government could clear the way for the English Premier League to avoid a rights auction this year.

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NBC Sports Seeks New U.S. TV Deal with English Premier League

NBC Sports wants to renew its U.S. media rights deal with the English Premier League. NBC’s $1 billion, six-year deal is up in May, 2022. But rival ESPN and CBS Sports are likely to make a play for Premier League rights.

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The Not-So-Super League Quickly Falls Apart

The European Super League is falling apart at the seams, with Chelsea and other founding clubs quitting before the competition even gets started.

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European Super League Sets Off Clash of Titans

A dozen European teams have agreed to found the breakaway European Super League, pitting major global forces against one another.

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Saudi Arabia’s Failed Soccer Club Bid Reemerges

A representative for Boris Johnson said the U.K. Prime Minister did not “intervene” in Saudi Arabia’s attempt to purchase Newcastle United.

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DAZN Eyes IPO and Premier League

DAZN is considering an IPO. The move would make it the first global sports streaming company to be listed publicly.

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Agent Fees Continue to Rise for Premier League Clubs

Agent fees totaled about $240 million annually in 2016, but were more than $376 million between February 2020 and February 2021.

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