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Soccer - 23 Jul 2021
Match TV, the Russian sports broadcaster, has regained exclusive rights in its home market to English soccer’s Premier League from the 2022-23 season onwards
Olympics - 23 Jul 2021
Indonesia has moved on to target hosting the 2036 Olympic Games, after the 2032 event was, as expected, awarded to Brisbane this week.
Soccer - 23 Jul 2021
English soccer giants Manchester United have agreed a new sponsorship deal with renewable fuels producer Renewable Energy Group.
Business - 23 Jul 2021 - Agency
Learfield IMG College, the specialist US college sports agency, has rebranded as Learfield.
Cycling - track - 22 Jul 2021 - Media rights
SBS, the Australian public-service broadcaster, has bolstered its cycling portfolio by today acquiring rights to the first season of the new UCI Track Champions League, set to start this November.
Cricket - 22 Jul 2021
The first match in The Hundred, the new short-format domestic cricket competition in England and Wales, attracted an average of more than 1 million viewers across the UK last night.
Soccer - 22 Jul 2021
French public-service broadcaster France Télévisions and Eurosport France, a unit of the pan-European sports broadcaster, are withholding payment for rights to the Coupe de France as they seek a reduction in the value of their deal.
Volleyball - 22 Jul 2021 - Media rights
Volleyball World, the new commercial joint venture between the FIVB, the international volleyball federation, and CVC Capital Partners, the private equity firm, has agreed partnerships with the top men’s and women’s leagues in Italy to help them exploit their media rights.
Rugby league - 22 Jul 2021 - Events
The organisers of this year’s Rugby League World Cup have today been rocked by the news that Australia and New Zealand have officially withdrawn from the tournament in England due to player welfare and safety concerns related to Covid-19.
Tennis - 22 Jul 2021
Financial services provider Credit One Bank has agreed a multiyear sponsorship deal with Charleston Tennis for the latter's WTA 500 women's tennis tournament and Daniel Island venue in the city in the US state of South Carolina.
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