Rugby’s World League takes a step closer as more details hit the news

World Rugby’s World League has caused some controversy, but with the chance to grow the sport around it’s important to get it right.

Manchester City’s kit deal with Puma sees them join rivals Man United as top earners

The new deal will see the Premier League champions move from Nike to the German sportswear giants.

La Liga’s enlists technology to boost TV audiences around the world

Sunlight issues and full stadiums are on the agenda as La Liga attempts to set itself apart from the rest.

Five things we learned from Growing Rugby Through Digital Innovation

What we learned from Digital Sport London’s February event with Six Nations, EPCR, HSBC, World Rugby and a special presentation by Rugby Pass.

This isn’t just a big year for rugby, it’s massive

The next 12-18 months are crucial for rugby, as is what happens next. Converting the casually interested into ardent fans is the challenge facing the sport and they’ll never have a better chance to do it.

Paris 2024 proposes Breakdancing to schedule and opens Games up to fans

The surprise inclusion is the talk of the Games so far, but giving fans around the world the ability to get involved beyond watching on TV could be a game changer.

La Liga launches Weibo profiles for its clubs and will help them to grow in China

La Liga to give its clubs significant social media help to grow their fan base in China.

European Rugby nations discuss pooling TV rights for a more lucrative deal

The European Rugby nations have held meetings to discuss pooling TV rights for the Six Nations and the Autumn Internationals in order to get a more lucrative deal.

Bayern Munich CEO calls on UEFA to bring Champions League games back to German Free to Air

The CEO of the German football giants believes that the country’s ‘different’ football culture explains sharp decline in viewing figures after the Champions League went behind a paywall.

Goal and Twitter agree a deal to stream Champions League knockout games in Asia

Twitter and Goal will stream Champions League knockout games live on the social media platform in South East Asia after the two parties struck a deal.