June 24 – The Premier League inks a partnership with the Indian Super League to help bring best practice ideas to the venture launching in September.
March 10 – The Premier League and Barclays are developing the league’s first fan park outside the UK. Johannesburg will host the “free interactive experience”, with matches being shown on a 100sqm screen, later this month. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
September 11 – The Premier League set season ticket sales records last year … Leagues will not be compensation for altering their schedules for a winter World Cup in 2022 … Who’s in, who’s out for 2020 Euro bidding.
August 14 – FIFA wants clarification of Russia anti-gay law and impact on World Cup.., UEFA regulations put squeeze on owners … Germany will wait on goal line technology … More inside.
April 11 – Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore explains why the EPL awarded Hawk-Eye the contract to provide goal-line technology at its 20 member clubs for next season. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
April 8 – Manchester United and Aon ink a fresh sponsorship agreement giving the world’s leading provider of risk and human resource solutions naming rights to the club’s training facility at Carrington. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Sept. 1 – Premier League clubs splashed out around $786 million in the summer transfer window, a rise of $194 million on summer 2010. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Aug. 12 – Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore tells INSIDER he is hoping for the best ever season in the league’s 20th year… He also talks about the impact of the London riots on the EPL’s global image and growth of the league in emerging economies. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports.
July 8 – New Chelsea manager Andre Villas Boas believes there’s a direct correlation between building character and self-respect off the field and achievements on it. New INSIDER columnist Terry Baddoo, a former CNN World Sport anchor, offers his assessment.
July 8 – Former IOC sponsor Johnson and Johnson becomes the eighth and final FIFA World Cup partner for Brazil 2014… Manchester City shirt sponsor Etihad Airways today announced a 10-year stadium naming rights deal estimated to be worth around $638 million. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.