U.S., Canada Considering '26 World Cup Bids Wozniacki Says Wimbledon Scheduling Is Sexist Cincinnati Police Not Changing Plans For ASG Fans Show Support For World Cup-Winning U.S. Team Women's World Cup Seen As Successful Greenbrier Formally Unveils New Course Plans Pittsburgh Tax Could Fund Sports Commission U.S. Fans Abound For WWC Final Steelers Exploring '23 Super Bowl Bid Canadian Officials Tout World Cup Attendance
U.S., Canada Considering '26 FIFA World Cup Bids, But Canadian Venues Would Need WorkPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 07 / 15
After "staging a successful Women's World Cup," Canadian soccer chiefs "have given strong indications a major effort to land the biggest event in the sport" -- the '26 FIFA World Cup -- soon might follow, according to Martin Rogers of USA TODAY. Canadian Soccer Association President Victor Mont...
Officials for the WGC CA Championship and Sony Ericsson Open are “exploring ways to cross-promote” the South Florida events, including a possible ticket package that would allow fans to see Tiger Wood
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The 74,512 “soggy football fans” at Dolphin Stadium last night for Super Bowl XLI, the first Super Bowl to be played in the rain, “were undeterred and mostly uncomplaining,” according to Morris, So &
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The NFL budgeted more than $6M for security for Super Bowl XLI and hired “more than 3,000 civilians to serve as security personnel in addition to the presence allocated by the Miami-Dade police force
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