LawInSport's inaugural Motorsport Law Conference will finish with a discussion on the commercial and legal issues in motorsport - 31 March, 4 PM BST.
MIES (Switzerland) - FIBA, the International Basketball Federation, and TCL have announced an entirely new global partnership, following the fruitful relationship between FIBA and TCL at the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019, hosted across eight cities last year in China.
MIES (Switzerland) - FIBA, the International Basketball Federation, has announced Schelde Sports has been appointed a FIBA Global Supplier for backstop units until 2024. This global long term, multi-event partnership will cover FIBA's top-level international competitions, including the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023, FIBA Eurobasket 2022, and the Paris 2024 Basketball Olympic Tournaments.
FIFA has just released the new edition of the Global Transfer Market Report. For the second consecutive year, it is offered in two versions: one covering men’s football and another covering women’s football.
UEFA has welcomed a decision by the Brussels Court of Appeal to reject a case brought forward by Doyen Sports and Belgian club RFC Seraing which sought to overturn a ban on the third-party ownership of players.
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