Soccer

FIFA Considers Moving Headquarters to U.S.

FIFA is exploring moving its financial offices to the U.S. from Zurich, as it seeks to attract talent and distance itself from scandals.

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MLS and Liga MX Expand Leagues Cup To All Teams

MLS and Liga MX announced they would expand the Leagues Cup from four teams each to all 47 teams beginning in 2023.

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SoftBank Leads Sorare's $680M Series B

Sorare had one of Europe’s largest ever Series B funding rounds, raising $680 million. The round was led by SoftBank.

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Soccer's Governing Bodies Granted $201M Following Scandal

The U.S. Department of Justice is granting FIFA, CONCACAF, and CONMEBOL $201 million in forfeited funds six years after a corruption scandal.

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CVC Makes Another Big Investment in Sports

A closer look at why CVC Capital Partners invested $3.2 billion into La Liga to enter major European soccer.

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TOCA Raises $40M Using Topgolf Model for Soccer

TOCA Football raised $40 million in a Series E funding round that included a contribution from lead investor in Topgolf, WestRiver Group.

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China’s Quest to Become a Global Soccer Force

China has a plan to put two soccer teams in 16 to 18 cities by 2025. The nation wants to have a strong global soccer presence by 2030.

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Univision Reports Earnings Boost As $4.8B Merger Nears

Univision Communications reported a first-quarter profit of $66 million on Friday, up from $11.7 million the previous year.

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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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Gen Z Sports Fans Loves Boxing, New Data Shows

Gen Z fans have different sports tastes from older groups, a recent study found.

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