6/12/10 World Football INSIDER rounds up the 10 things you need to know about the global football business today.
Host country Germany and the international promotion of women’s football will take centre stage as FIFA and the Local Organising Committee embark on their Welcome Tour to the other 15 countries participating in next summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011, starting in Sydney next Wednesday, 8 December 2010. A FIFA delegation headed by Tatjana Haenni,
29/11/10 World Football INSIDER rounds up the 10 things you need to know about the global football business today.
FIFA and the president of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 Local Organising Committee Germany (LOC) Steffi Jones are to head a welcome tour of the 15 countries participating in next summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 from 26 June to 17 July. The six legs of the tour, which starts in December, will
23/6/2010 Nurdin Halid, convicted fraudster and head of the Indonesian FA who led his country’s humiliating 2022 World Cup bid, is embroiled in fresh controversy after his brother was arrested for illegally broadcasting FIFA World Cup feeds on his TV channel… Nike ambushes old rival… More inside. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports from Johannesburg
22/6/2010 Charges dropped against two Dutch women involved in Bavaria ambush marketing stunt… South Africa must beat France today, as the final games in Groups A and B get under way… Pitch problems in Port Elizabeth… 2011 Women’s World Cup chief speaks of her ambitions for the tournament.
3/12/09 FIFA reveals prize money of $420m… U-23 format for London Olympics football… 2015 Women’s World Cup expands… SA president Jacob Zuma joins exec-comm on Robben Island. WFI’s James Corbett reports.
The U.S. will announce their intention to bid for 2018 and 2022 on Feb. 2…Study shows majority of residents worried about crime rates during 2010 World Cup