Brazil’s Supreme Court rules Copa America can go ahead as sponsors...

The Brazilian Supreme Court has ruled that the country can host the upcoming CONMEBOL Copa America, despite concerns about the state of the COVID-19...

ESL condemns UEFA’s ‘insistent coercion’

European Super League (ESL) founding clubs FC Barcelona, Juventus FC and Real Madrid CF have described UEFA’s disciplinary proceedings as ‘insistent coercion’. The three teams...

Ibrahimovic served €50K fine by UEFA for Bethard investment

AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimović has been fined €50,000 by the Appeals Body of UEFA, following an investigation into the Swedish player’s financial investment...

UEFA initiates disciplinary proceedings against remaining ESL teams

UEFA has begun disciplinary proceedings against Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus, the three teams who remain committed to the breakaway European Super League (ESL)...

Germany states Track Championships ‘not possible’ following journalist arrest

The German Cycling Federation (BDR) has confirmed that no German athletes will participate in the upcoming European Track Championships in Minsk, following the arrest...

EU Parliament battles against sports piracy with new legislation

The European Union (EU) Parliament is seeking to ‘clarify and improve’ the existing framework surrounding piracy of live sports content.  It comes after they voted...

Serie A steps up fight against broadcast piracy with Google

The Italian Serie A has aligned with Google in the fight against online piracy in football and to protect the division’s products. As part of...

Wilder ruling puts Fury v Joshua clash in jeopardy

An American legal ruling in favour of Deontay Wilder has cast doubt on the highly anticipated heavyweight clash between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua...

Sky Italia nets final Serie A package after waiving legal action

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has been assigned a second, non-exclusive domestic rights package for the next cycle of the Italian top-tier Lega Serie A. Under...

Triller Fight Club files $100m lawsuit against pirate streaming sites

Triller Fight Club (TFC) has filed a lawsuit against 12 sites in the US District Court in the Central District of California in response...