To get you set up ready for a fun filled weekend of sport, here are our 11 interesting stories to look out for over the next three days. BALE RETURNS TO SPURS 2,710 days, that’s how long it has been since Gareth Bale played in the Premier League. Sunday’s match at 4pm: Tottenham Vs West […]
With the current world pandemic all sporting events have grinded to a halt, leaving thousands of sports fans somewhat lost and heart broken. However, in this sporting silence, online content consumption has sky-rocketed with many people turning to Esports.
Project11 are excited to announce Al Wefaq Rent a Car as the new official Car Rental Partner of Sheffield United.
The BBC is set to broadcast the FA Cup until 2025, marking a new four-year broadcast deal with the Football Association which will grow viewership enormously.
The Premier League continues to expand its global reach, with the announcement it will soon open its first international office in Singapore.
As 2018 comes to an end, the Premier League prepares for its last season without a winter break.
Television Executive Susanna Dinnage is set to become one of sport’s most powerful women, taking over the role of the Premier League’s Chief Executive from the start of 2019.
For as long as the Premier League has existed, there have been no 3pm kickoffs shown on television. But while many football fans take this for granted, many remain unaware of its origin.
Last night saw the annual Ballon d’Or awards break tradition and hit headlines as new names in world football rose to the spotlight.
Claudio Ranieri is set to return to the Premier League, having established himself as a capable leader throughout his career.