Oct. 2 – INSIDER understands that the FIFA Ethics Committee may rule on its investigation into Chung Mong-joon next week, hours before he is due to speak at Leaders in Football in London. Mark Bisson reports.
May 27 – The annual Leaders in Football has been scrapped as a standalone conference as part of a shake-up by the events company.
October 11 – Top European clubs could form a breakaway league in 2018… Chelsea’s chairman raises concerns about UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules… Joey Barton criticises the English FA. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from Leaders in Football.
October 9 – Qatar and World Cup hosting dominated the agenda at the first day of the Leaders in Football conference. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from London.
October 7 – FIFA No.2 Jerome Valcke is back in Brazil for his latest check-up on World Cup preparations… Buckingham Palace hosts first official football match… New FA chairman Greg Dyke opens Leaders in Football conference… More inside
With a strict attendance limit of 1800 invite-only delegates, brought from over 45 different sports and 55 countries, the Leaders Sport Summit is delighted to announce the launch of a live website streaming service, a week after the summit was announced as a complete sell out. The 2013 Leaders Sport Summit will be streaming from
One of the biggest names in football, Andrea Agnelli, President of Juventus will speak on an international owners panel at Leaders in Football, the world’s most prestigious football business event, taking place for the sixth time on 9th and 10th October at Chelsea FC. To register your interest in attending the conference, please go to:
(WFI) INSIDER rounds up the latest news on upcoming football business conferences.
Oct. 12 – Don Garber says he would love to see David Beckham owning an MLS club one day… AC Milan chief Umberto Gandini claims Italy’s economic crisis has had a knock-on effect on stadium attendances… UEFA Executive Committee member discusses concerns about IFAB’s British votes. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from Leaders in Football in London.
Oct. 11 – FIFA’s Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein says Bin Hammam’s ban has made the Asian Football Confederation more “open and transparent”… Singapore FA says polygraph testing is reducing match-fixing cases… Online streaming a threat to Sky Sport… Villar Llona talks UEFA presidency. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from Leaders in Football in London.