April 29 – The challenges of running a professional league and fan engagement were among topics of debate at the first Global Leagues Forum in London.
March 27 – English Premier League clubs will share more than $1.5bn of their record British TV rights deal with the lower leagues and grassroots football.
May 13 – FIFA ExCo member Moya Dodd tells INSIDER it’s time for sexism to be treated as seriously as racism in the game, in the wake of sexist remarks made by Premier League CEO. UK’s sports and equalities minister Helen Grant blasts Richard Scudamore. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports from Soccerex in Jordan
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.
Feb. 19 – The Premier League’s chief executive says there will be no return of standing areas, despite interest … Wellington Phoenix are looking for a new home. INSIDER’s Nick Devlin reports.
August 16 – On the eve of the new Premier League season, chief executive Richard Scudamore rejects claims that the league is not developing enough players to aid England’s quest for trophies. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
August 12 – The furore over a summer 2022 World Cup in Qatar shows no sign of abating after the Football Association’s new chairman Greg Dyke called for the tournament to be moved to winter… INSIDER republishes key points of the FIFA inspection report on Qatar. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
August 9 – Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger expresses satisfaction with the Hawk-Eye system which will be used at all Premier League stadia this season… GDS debut at Wembley for FA Community Shield. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
July 24 – Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore is effusive in his praise of Hong Kong’s fanbase, infrastructure and football leadership ahead of the sixth edition of the Barclays Asia Trophy. INSIDER’s Nick Devlin reports.
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.