Soccerex have announced the latest names of the selection of attendees for Soccerex China.
Fifa, soccer’s global governing body, has announced that Chinese brand Yadea will be a regional supporter of this summer’s Fifa World Cup national team tournament in Russia.
The Australian government has pledged to provide AUS$4 million (US$3.1 million) to the country’s bid to host the Fifa Women’s World Cup in 2023.
Top-flight English soccer club Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that they have asked permission from Haringey Council to increase the capacity of their new stadium to 62,000.
Morocco has formally launched its campaign to host the 2026 Fifa World Cup.
Second-tier US soccer side Phoenix Rising have appointed architectural design firms Populous and Gould Evans to create their proposed Major League Soccer (MLS) stadium.
Fifa is in talks with potential sponsors after announcing that the video assistant referee (VAR) system is set to be used at the World Cup for the first time in Russia later this year.
Soccerex are delighted to unveil the first batch of expert speakers who will feature in the conference of the inaugural Soccerex China event.
With a National Football Plan that aims to have 50 million players, 70,000 pitches and 50,000 coaches by 2020, substantial investments are shaping the football landscape and creating opportunities for businesses in football development in China.
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