Featured Story

Football League Agent Fees Fall By 18% During '13-14 Season

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 29 / 14

The latest publication of Football League clubs' spending on agents' fees has revealed that clubs committed a total of £17.7M to agents during the '13-14 season, a reduction of 18% on the previous year (£21.5M). Championship clubs accounted for £14.7M of the total, with League One ...

Read More

Tags: International Football, United Kingdom

More Stories

11/05/13
SPFL Agree To China Broadcast Deal

Scottish football "will be screened live" to up to 60 million TV viewers in China "as part of a long-term deal" which is expected to bring in £2M ($3.1M) a year to clubs, according to Fraser Wilson of the Scotland DAILY RECORD. The Scottish Professional Football League "has announced a broadca ...

Tags: Media, United Kingdom, China

11/04/13
PGA Tour To Launch New Circuit In China

The U.S. PGA Tour "continued its growth into Asia on Sunday with the announcement of a new development circuit in China next year," according to Andrew Both of REUTERS. PGA Tour China "will feature 12 events with fields, not restricted to Chinese players, expected to be between 120 and 156 players" ...

Tags: Events and Attractions, China

11/04/13
South China Could Play In AFC Champions League

Hong Kong First Division champion South China could find itself fighting for a place in next season's Asian Football Confederation Champions League after the AFC "opened the door for Hong Kong to take part in the region's top club competition despite the city still lacking a fully professional ...

Tags: International Football, China

11/01/13
Yeung Denies Money Laundering

League Championship Birmingham City Owner CARSEN YEUNG said that "he amassed his wealth through stock-trading and gambling but denied dealing with triads," as he testified in his $93M money-laundering trial in Hong Kong, according to the AFP. The "high-profile yet oft-delayed case has put Yeu ...

Tags: People and Pop Culture, China, Europe

10/24/13
HKFA Asks For $13M In Annual Funding

The Hong Kong FA has asked the government and Hong Kong Jockey Club for annual funding of HK$100M ($13M), "which it says can be easily afforded from a tiny share of the revenue" from football betting on overseas matches, according to Alvin Sallay of the SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST. In a new f ...

Tags: International Football, China

10/23/13
ZTE Signs Partnership With NBA China

Chinese mobile phone vendor ZTE announced that "it has entered a three-year partnership with NBA China, under which the manufacturer will act as NBA's smartphone partner in the Chinese market," according to the WANT CHINA TIMES. ZTE also announced "an endorsement deal with Houston Rockets' forw ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, China

10/18/13
SINA, NBA Add To Chinese Offering

SINA Corp. and NBA China have expanded their partnership to provide fans in China with access to NBA content on multiple SINA platforms. The enhanced partnership makes the NBA the first U.S. professional sports league to offer specific destinations for all 30 teams online and via mobile, a ...

Tags: Media, China

10/08/13
BeIN Partners With TVB Network Vision

Global sports broadcaster beIN Sport announced its partnership with TVB Network Vision for the inaugural launch of two sports channels in Hong Kong with a lineup of football and sports content in high-definition. The partnership also marks the first time the broadcaster is offering a comprehensive l ...

Tags: Media, China

10/08/13
Crown Extends Sponsorship With Li Na

Casino and resort operator Crown has extended its sponsorship with Chinese tennis star Li Na "for a further two years in a multimillion-dollar deal to promote the company to its Asian customers," according to John Stensholt of the AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW. Crown Exec Chair James Packer said that ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, China

10/08/13
Expanded FA Cup To Feature Big Teams

The Hong Kong FA will introduce potential "giant killers" this season to add excitement to the FA Cup, which will be expanded to a 16-team tournament, according to Alvin Sallay of the SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST. In a bid to "boost youth development and make the FA Cup more exciting," the HKFA has "tak ...

Tags: Events and Attractions, China

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug