November 22 – The fast expanding but loosely regulated cryptocurrency business which has seen blockchain-based firms surge into the football partnership and sponsorship market has taken a major reputational hit with both Barcelona and Manchester City ending deals.
November 22 – Even managers with legendary status are not immune from being sacked when they fail to progress or deliver silverware.
November 22 – The Premier League’s media rights will stay with NBC Sports in the US in a record-setting $2.7 billion deal, about $450 million per season.
By Paul Nicholson
November 19 – FIFA has again come under attack for its political maneuvering in Africa, this time from a leading club president in Cameroon who has criticised the world governing body and its president Gianni Infantino for manipulating federation politics, and ignoring rulings made at CAS.
November 19 – Ghana’s Hasaacas Ladies and South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns will meet in the final of the inaugural Women’s African Champions League to crown the continent’s best club.
November 19 – South America’s Nubank has become the latest regional sponsor of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the world governing body announced on Thursday.
November 19 – The English Premier League has agreed to provide an extra £20 million in funding for lower-tier Football League clubs to aid their Covid pandemic recovery.
November 19 – Hungary’s punishment for offensive fan misconduct during Euros 2020 has been reduced by UEFA.
November 18 – Giovanni van Bronckhorst says he feels “so lucky” after being confirmed as the new manager of Rangers.
November – Inter Milan have extended their partnership with Mastercard to now include the shirt sponsorship of the club’s women’s team.
November 19 – On-demand delivery service Gorillas has become a premium partner of Paris Saint-Germain, being designated as the club’s Grocery Delivery Partner.
November 19 – The Scottish Women’s Premier League (SWPL) has named Park’s Motor Park’s Motor Group as title sponsor for the remainder of the 2021/22 season. No value was given for the sponsorship.
November 18 – FIFA president Gianni Infantino has praised the preparations for the 2022 World Cup on a visit to Doha’s Lusail Stadium where he met with Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro.