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Weekly Wrap: Goals, Sports Entertainment and more live sport on Twitter

Twitter’s recent moves to add as much live sport to their platform as possible took an interesting turn this weekend with the arrival of BT Sport’s Score programme, streamed live

Arsenal’s clear summer planning pays dividends for fans

The weekend saw the Premier League return after its summer hiatus, and after two months of transfer announcements and club social media accounts attempting to fill the void, the big

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Digital Disruption and the return of football – the Weekly Wrap

Summer is always a busy time for sport. So many iconic tournaments which have been an entire year in the making – or more, in the case of the Lions

Neymar’s PSG move is the biggest ever, but Goal and Facebook Live are harnessing the interest

Neymar’s transfer from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain is undoubtedly the biggest move of the summer, and given the transfer fee blows any and all other deals out of the water,

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Weekly Wrap: the DigiSport news you may have missed this week

This week, the world of social media in sport was once again taken over by the football transfer window, and cringeworthy / innovative (delete as appropriate) Twitter announcements for massive

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Esports comes to the BBC in first of its kind deal

‘Big announcement,’ reads the first sentence of the BBC’s statement. And they’re not wrong. For the first time, the British national broadcaster will show live Esports on their now purely

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AS Roma trial new Twitter League

AS Roma have proved recently they’re not shy when it comes to testing out fan engagement opportunities on digital. From crowdsourcing ideas for their new website on Reddit to parodying

Chelsea’s new WiFi making stadiums attractive again

Free WiFi connection is coming to Chelsea fans at Stamford Bridge for the first time next season, as the west London club has signed a deal with Ericsson, who will

Swansea City FC creates a new player information and wellbeing app

Over the last few months, football clubs have recognised the need to produce apps which work with their digital strategies. Organisations are now providing enhanced experiences and fan engagement software

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Sunday Wrap: What’s hot in Digital Sport this week

This week, the football transfer window opened across Europe. Whilst it had been open in Britain for a few weeks, deals between clubs happen all over the continent, and we’re