UEFA Hits Out at Piracy of Its Prized European Soccer Matches
Telemundo Says World Cup Broadcasts Were Stolen in Middle East
The World Cup is coming back to America.
FIFA is weighing inviting as many as 36 teams to participate in a new Club World Cup.
U.S. World Cup Bid Looked a Done Deal. Then Trump Spoke
The U.K. has promised to set out its plans for the future relationship in a so-called white paper this month.
Billionaire Abramovich Puts New Chelsea Stadium Project on Hold
Europe’s richest soccer club is finally about to enter the realm of professional women’s football.
Abramovich Is Said to Face Delay in Getting U.K. Visa Renewal
Insurance Man Plots Rescue of Once-Storied English Soccer Club
FIFA's $25 Billion Revamp Plan Draws Ire of Europe Soccer Group
Investors Target Newly Public U.K. Company on Pay, Diversity
A combination with Asda would be Sainsbury’s second major transaction since Coupe took over four years ago.
U.S. Billionaire's Bid for Wembley Stadium Faces Lawmaker Probe
Sale of London Wembley Stadium Draws Scrutiny of U.K. Lawmakers
Sainsbury CEO Seeks Walmart Deal to Confront Amazon and Aldi
Jacksonville Jaguars Owner Makes Bid for U.K.'s Wembley Stadium
Activists to Take Center Stage as Annual Meetings Get Under Way
Arsenal faces the prospect of being eclipsed in the Premier League and financially by a local rival.
England's Premier League Teams Have Never Been So Profitable
Investors Prepare to Flex Muscle in Support of Women on Boards