Holding the Mayor to account and investigating issues that matter to Londoners
July 2 – Also: Premier League Settles West Ham dispute … San Antonio plans stadium upgrade for possible MLS club.
Jan. 6 – A London-based infrastructure group has been awarded the contract for the transformation of the 2012 Olympic Stadium amid concerns about the venue’s rising costs.
Nov. 24 – Oceania Football Confederation signs memorandum of understanding with Indonesia… FIFA and Adidas extend partnership until 2030… Floodlights are removed from 2012 Olympic Stadium as part of conversion for West Ham. Here’s our weekly round-up of press releases.
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.
Feb. 13 – Hammers move a step closer to taking over London Olympic Stadium … Former assistant for Bafana Bafana sentenced to eight years for attempted bribery … More inside this Newsdesk …
Jan. 29 – World Football INSIDER rounds up the latest news on upcoming football business conferences.
Oct. 4 – Seb Coe believes London’s bid for the 2017 world athletics championships is not imperilled by Tottenham Hotspur’s legal fight to take over the Olympic Stadium, as British sports minister labels Spurs legal action “completely pointless”. 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.
Aug. 10 – Premier League bosses will decide tomorrow whether to postpone some or all opening fixtures of the new season after the London riots sparked copycat violence in other cities including Birmingham and Manchester. Man Utd and Man City are scheduled to play their first matches in those two cities… Three Premiership games in London could also be called off. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.