World Cup

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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Top European Club Organization Opposes Biennial World Cup

The European Club Association issued a statement pushing back against FIFA’s proposal to host the World Cup every two years.

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FIFA Duels UEFA Over Adding World Cups

FIFA wants to double the frequency of the World Cup to every two years. UEFA and CONMEBOL are opposed to the concept.

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Ted Segal Foresees Big Future for Houston Soccer

Houston Dynamo and Dash owner Ted Segal anticipates the 2026 World Cup bringing a new level of enthusiasm for U.S. soccer.

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China Generating Millions In Euro 2020 Sponsorships

Chinese businesses are capitalizing on Euro 2020, attracting new customers and gaining exposure in existing markets.

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USWNT Debuts Olympic Roster and Pay Gap Documentary

The 2020 Olympic roster was announced just before a documentary on the team’s fight for equal pay premiered on HBO Max.

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Qatar Expects $20 Billion Economic Boost from World Cup

Qatar anticipates a $20 billion boost to the economy when it hosts the World Cup next year, bringing in a potential 1.5 million people.

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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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Tony Parker Takes on Ambassador Role for Rainbow Six World Cup

As Tony Parker settles into his retirement from the NBA, he’s diving into esports and taking on an ambassador role for an esports World Cup.

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Women Athletes Are Taking Sports Media By Storm

Female professional athletes are using their growing platforms to develop careers in the media world, where many are further enhancing women’s sports coverage.

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