(WFI) The topics for discussion: the Champions League final, Arsenal’s new coach, and FIFA’s impending decision on the validity of 2026 bids.
(Atlanta) Two of the leading names in international football have joined forces in the months leading up to the Brazil 2014 World Cup. The partnership between World Football INSIDER and Cartan means the company will be the exclusive hospitality provider promoting its services on INSIDER. This arrangement will cement the relationship between INSIDER’s readers –
(WFI) Global football executives gather for their first major meeting this year at the Soccerex European Forum in Manchester, March 30-31. INSIDER will provide on the scene coverage from the conference.
(WFI) INSIDER’s coverage of the crisis in Indonesian football has smashed all previous web traffic records.
For the 15th consecutive year, Around the Rings Golden 25 is poised to name the personalities who will be the most influential for the Olympic Movement in 2011. Along with the official rankings compiled by the staff of Around the Rings, the 15th edition of the Golden 25 will include an opportunity for subscribers to
Global Interest in the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup vote in Zurich set new traffic records for World Football INSIDER, reinforcing its position once again as the publication of record for news about football. INSIDER recorded more than three million hits in the 30 days leading up to the vote Dec. 2. That number
England 2018 inches ahead of its rivals with USA 2022 just edging Qatar as the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bid race enters the final straight. With just hours to go until the FIFA vote, the fourth edition of INSIDER’s World Cup Bid Power Index reveals the final analysis of the nine bidders. The INSIDER
With two days to the FIFA vote on the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosts, the final INSIDER World Cup Bid Power Index reveals major developments since the last review two months ago. England, Russia and the USA were ranked in the top three places in the Sept. 29 index. But as Tuesday’s edition shows
(Atlanta) Barry McMullin has been named Chief Revenue Officer for Around the Rings and World Football Insider. “Over the past year, we conducted an in-depth search and interviewed some of the sports world’s leading marketers to find the perfect candidate to help drive our growth,” said Sheila Scott Hula, publisher. “We needed someone who knows
18/12/09 Australia World Cup bid CEO Ben Buckley tells World Football Insider he doesn’t see rivalry from other football codes undermining Australia’s bid; says Socceroos are now Australia’s preeminent national sporting team. WFI’s James Corbett reports.