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SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP

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SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP
DO THE US AND UK REALLY LOVE EACH OTHER’S SPORTS – OR ARE WE JUST BEING POLITE?

Welcome to our special report on the US/UK ‘Special Relationship’– the sporting version.

This new SMG Insight report reveals for the first time the data driving the efforts of the NFL and soccer to build audiences on foreign soil.

The Special Relationship report looks at how the differences between British and American sports fans are steering the sports’ strategies to break into one another’s home markets.

It offers a unique trove of data and analysis for every sport looking to grow its footprints beyond home turf, examining factors as broad as fantasy sports, Title IX, season scarcity, soccer moms and commercial deals across both sides of the Atlantic.

Complete the form on the right and download your copy of the Special Relationship report.

THE GLOBAL SPORTS IMPACT (GSI) REPORT 2017

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The eagerly awaited third edition of Sportcal’s unique and groundbreaking Global Sports Impact (GSI) Report is now available to purchase. Packed with insight and analysis, the GSI Report is an essential tool for governing bodies, rights holders, event organisers, government agencies, NGO’s, sponsors, broadcasters and service providers. 2016 was an Olympic year and for many sports this represents the culmination of a four-year sporting programme.
The Global Sports Impact Report 2017 provides in-depth analysis of this four-year Olympic Cycle from 2013-2016. Key topics such as Event Hosting and Bidding, Economic Impact, Sport Tourism, Sporting Impact and Event Analysis are featured within the report
The research also includes analysis of 70 multisport games, world and continental championships which took place during 2016.
In addition, GSI Report 2017 has also analysed attendances of 70 of the world’s leading sports properties and provides an overview of the sporting impacts produced across a range of these world cups, leagues, series and tours.
Governing bodies, rights holders, event organisers, government agencies, NGOs, sponsors, broadcasters and service providers will all find valuable data, analysis and insight within this 330-page report.

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