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...
Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas, hosts its first Breeders’ Cup Saturday, marking only the third time the event will be held outside New York, California, Florida or Kentucky. In San Antonio, Pa
After a number of public disturbances in Boston following the Red Sox ALCS Game Seven win over the Yankees, Boston Mayor Tom Menino said that the city is “considering ‘drastic measures,’ including ban
The state of Hawaii signed a new contract with the NFL this week to keep the Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium through ’09, according to Dayton Morinaga of the HONOLULU ADVERTISER. NFL Senior VP/Special Event
The USA Indoor Track & Field Championships will return to the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center at Roxbury Community College near Boston for the next three years. USATF CEO Craig Masback was joined
Don Mischer Productions will produce the Ameriquest Mortgage Super Bowl XXXIX Halftime Show. Performers and other show details will be announced later. It marks the second time Don Mischer Productions
The NFL has inked a deal with The Jacksonville Expo Center at the Fairgrounds to “use the site as the Corporate Hospitality Village” for Super Bowl XXXIX, according to Jordan Rodack of the FLORIDA TIM
The organizers of “Broadway on Ice” claim it is “the only ice show that has combined skating stars with big-name, Tony-winning legit performers,” according to Zachary Pincus-Roth of VARIETY. The show,
By Joe Oliver, Correspondent The second day of Street & Smith’s Sports Group’s Sports Sponsorship Symposium in N.Y. opened with a panel discussion, “Branded Entertainment & Sports: The Opportunities f
By Joe Oliver, Correspondent Street & Smith’s Sports Group’s Sports Sponsorship Symposium opened yesterday with a session focusing on high-profile categories and how traditional thinking is changing.
Pistons coach Larry Brown, U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps and Red Wings C Steve Yzerman were among those who participated in Thursday’s Ryder Cup opening ceremony at Oakland Hills Country Club outside of