June 25 – The FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off in Germany on Sunday with the hosts looking to become the only team to win the competition three times – and in successive fashion. Brazil and the USA are looking to dash their hopes. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports in this Women’s World Cup preview
June 10 – FIFA’s Women’s World Cup leaders complete their international promotional tour of 15 countries…CONCACAF general secretary Chuck Blazer dismisses talk of a rift at confederation as Gold Cup gets underway… Carlsberg on board for Leaders in Sponsorship.
April 4 – INSIDER rounds up the ten things you need to know about the global football business today. Including – Bin Hammam urges Blatter to “respect FIFA’s statutes and protect FIFA’s integrity”… Qatari to meet with outgoing FIFA vice-president Chung Mong-joon… Premier League chiefs face football governance inquiry… Record applications for Euro 2012 tickets. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
23/2/2011 FIFA will next week decide how many places each of its six confederations get at the 2014 World Cup… Huge demand for Women’s World Cup tickets… Asian nations launch campaigns for London 2012 Olympics. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
3/2/2011 Steffi Jones eyes full stadiums for this summer’s tournament in Germany and believes that the women’s game in England is on the cusp of a breakthrough. She talks to INSIDER’s European correspondent James Corbett.
28/1/11 FIFA’s head of women’s competitions says that she sees this summer’s World Cup in Germany serving as “another breakthrough” for the women’s game, which she hopes will ultimately elevate it to a more universal level of semi-professionalism. James Corbett reports from London.
27/12/10 New Football Association chairman David Bernstein and Women’s World Cup president Steffi Jones (pictured) take 9th and 10th positions in World Football INSIDER’s ’10 to Watch in 2011′ series, the ranking of the those people expected to have the biggest influence in the global football business this coming year.