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UK drinks giant Brewdog has released an ad campaign criticising the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Huge billboard adverts have appeared on buildings in what the ... More
A collection of nearly 50 scientists has urged the London Science Museum to end three oil company partnerships, with the collective arguing the sponsorships are ... More
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David Lappartient has vowed to increase transparency in cycling after being elected president of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). The 44-year-old Frenchman secured 37 votes ... More
The US, Canada and Mexico have declared their intention to submit a historic unified bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The proposal, if ... More
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Despite a rocky start to life as a visitor attraction, Fifa’s football museum in Zurich plans to push on, targeting double the amount of visitors ... More
FIFA’s World Football Museum in Zurich has suffered a disappointing start after incurring losses of more than CHF30m (US$30.5m, €27.9m, £24.1m) in its first year. ... More
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A new online ticketing platform is making it easier for professional sports clubs to manage the complimentary tickets which players and staff provide to family ... More
The International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) has proposed a number of substantial reforms – including transferring power away from the president – as it ... More
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has published a new long-term action plan, laying out its proposals on how to grow the sport in a sustainable ... More
The election of an anti-Olympic mayor in Rome could scupper the Italian capital city’s hopes of securing the 2024 summer Games. Virginia Raggi is a ... More
Government officials in Rome are seeking €436m (US$486m, £337m) from corporate sponsors and donors to help restore historic sites in the city. Called “100 proposals ... More
Fatma Samoura, a United Nations veteran of two decades, has been appointed as secretary general of FIFA – the first woman and African to hold ... More
Sports governing bodies will have to appoint at least 30 per cent of its board from under-represented gender groups and will be targeted to increase ... More
FIFA has revealed that it will choose the host nation for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in May 2020. The decision was made during the ... More
Infrastructure projects built for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio are being investigated for corruption by the city’s council. Rio de Janeiro City Council has ... More
After announcing plans in January to invest €300m (US$325m, £220m) to protect its most important heritage sites in need of restoration, Italy has earmarked €1bn ... More
More than 50 high-profile people and organisations have come together to join a global coalition which aims to promote integrity and fight corruption in sport. ... More
London’s Excel Centre has been named as the next host of the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) Congress in August 2017. Chosen for its ... More
The corruption crisis engulfing FIFA has hit the beleaguered organisation in the pocket, with its 2015 financial results revealing a loss of US$122m (£84.5m, €108.2m). ... More
Hit with rising 2022 World Cup costs and declining oil value, Qatar has cut back on its culture spending to try to lower costs for ... More
The European Commission will invite all sporting federations in the continent to commit to a criteria for good governance in the wake of the scandals ... More
Bill Beaumont – the chair of the Rugby Football Union (RFU) – has revealed his vision for the sport as he bids to become chair ... More
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