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LONDON (Reuters) - Commonwealth Games organisers are firm on the dates for Birmingham 2022 and want sports affected by the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics to work with them and avoid 'cannibalising opportunities' for all.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Thirty of Europe's top-flight clubs earned almost as much revenue as the other 682 combined in 2018 as the riches generated by the sport continued to be concentrated in the hands of a few, according to a UEFA report published on Thursday.
(Reuters) - This year's Copa Libertadores final features two of the biggest clubs in South America, but Saturday’s encounter between River Plate and Flamengo is unusual in that attention is focused as much on the coaches as the players.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian skateboarders finished one-two in the female category of the Street League World Championships on Sunday, a result that moved them closer to a place at Tokyo 2020 and confirmed Brazil’s eminence in one of the newest Olympic events.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Argentina’s long trophy drought, combined with sub-par organisation, is further evidence that Brazil’s dominance apart, the gulf between South American and European football is growing.
THE game of cricket, which began in England, gradually spread across the globe, starting first in countries that were part of the British Empire.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Two of the men that put the doping crisis in the global spotlight say the integrity of sport now faces a greater threat from match-fixing than drug cheats.
PETALING JAYA: Football is the world’s most popular sport. It is also a huge industry in which the famous clubs are global brands. We rightly think about football as a game, as entertainment, but we perhaps don’t give much thought to football as a business.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Revenues for Bundesliga's top two divisions in 2017-18 rose by over 10 percent year-on-year to €4.42 billion (£3.88 billion), marking the 14th consecutive year of growth, the German Football League (DFL) said in its annual report on Wednesday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Europe's 710 top-tier football clubs pulled in a record 20.11 billion euros (£17.63 billion) in revenues between them in the 2017 financial year although almost half of that amount went to 30 of them, according to an annual UEFA report.