February 20 – LaLiga president Javier Tebas has reported that LaLiga’s commercial revenues have grown by 33% since the launch of Boost LaLiga – an innovation scheme designed to increase the business capacity and revenues of Spanish clubs.
February 19 – Borussia Dortmund manager Edin Terzic has called for a “quick and sensible solution” to end weeks of supporter protests against proposed foreign investment in the Bundesliga after more matches endured frequent disruptions at the weekend.
February 18 – City Football Group (CFG) have expanded their club portfolio yet again, announcing a “football collaboration agreement” with Turkish Super Lig side Istanbul Basaksehir.
February 16 – Shilen Patel is set to become West Bromwich Albion chairman after a deal to purchase an 87.8% stake in the Championship club was agreed, to the delight of Albion fans.
February 15 – Belgian clubs in the top two divisions recorded a cumulative loss of €193 million for the 2022-23 season, the licensing commission confirmed on Wednesday.
February 15 – Top tier clubs in Europe have recorded aggregate revenue of just under €24 billion for the 2022 financial year, with projections that revenue will grown beyond €26 million in 2024.
February 14 – Premier League Brentford, currently in their third season in the top flight, have announced a record turnover of £166.5 million for the 2022/23 financial year, the club’s second in the Premier League.
February 14 – While the Premier League clubs kept their hands in their pockets in the January transfer window, the winter sales window still saw its second highest spend ever at $1.46 billion.
February 14 – Zambia’s Racheal Kundananji has become the most expensive women’s footballer in history after joining Bay FC from Madrid CFF for $860,000 (£685,000) on a four-year deal.
February 14 – British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe’s purchase of a 25% stake in Manchester United has been approved by the Premier League.
February 13 – Brazilian bank Caixa has refused a proposal by Corinthians to pay off the Neoquimica Arena, the club’s home ground since the 2014 World Cup.
February 2 – Spending by Premier League clubs in January dipped significantly after three successive record-breaking windows – with teams splashing out £715 million less than in same 2023 period.
February 2 – Bulgarian club Levski Sofia have created a new company to manage the reconstruction of the club’s new Georgi Asparuhov stadium, which is being built on the site of the old stadium which will be levelled.
February 1 – Scottish Premier Leagues side Hibernian have had permission granted by the Scottish Football Association (SFA) board to bring on Bournemouth’s billionaire US owner Bill Foley as a minority investor.
January 31 – Clubs worldwide spent a record $9.63 billion on international transfers last year, surpassing the previous record set in 2019 by more than $2 billion.