What a hard “red, white and blue” Brexit may mean for domestic football
Published 17 May 2017 By: Daniel Geey
In the post-Brexit referendum aftermath, there has been plenty of speculation as to its impact on particular industries including sport and football in particular. The author’s previous pre-Brexit referendum blog set out what the implications may be for a Brexit vote.
Almost a year on, this piece provides some high-level thoughts on the next step on the road to a hard “red, white and blue” footballing Brexit.
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- Tags: Brexit | Employment | European Economic Area | European Union | Football | United Kingdom (UK)
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Daniel is a Partner in the Sport Group.
Daniel’s practice focuses on helping clients in the sports sector, including rights holders, leagues, governing bodies, clubs, agencies, athletes, sports technology companies, broadcasters and financial institutions.