Seven things you might want to know about Irish influence at the 2014 Commonwealth Games which opened in Glasgow last night… Continue reading
Dublin faces opposition from 18 other cities in the race to be one of 13 hosts of the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Finals. Continue reading
The FAI will lodge its formal bid today to be a host of the 2020 UEFA European Championship Finals.
The British Government has introduced a tax exemption around major sporting events held in the UK. Continue reading
The National Sports Campus has begun a mission to attract top international teams to Abbottstown as they prepare for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow later this year.
Superbowl week sees advertising costs of $4 Million per 30 seconds, a floating brand hotel for 4,000 and a 1,200 square metre social media concierge centre on Broadway to keep everyone connected. Continue reading
In celebrating one year since the opening of the London Games we look at what Sport for Business is all about, and invite you to join us in making a difference on the common ground that lies between two vital worlds. Continue reading
The 2014 Heineken Cup is heading back to Cardiff after a competitive bid process involving the English, Scottish and Welsh Rugby Unions. Tougher questions remain to be resolved though if there is to be a renewal in 2015. Continue reading
An incredible weekend of sport to remind us of the power it has to lift sprits and nations. From Ireland’s 15 medal haul in Hungary to Dan Martin and Graeme McDowell in France, Dublin Hurling and numerology on Centre Court. Continue reading
US interest in hosting the Rugby 7’s World Cup in 2018, and their building a powerful bid team around that will accelerate development of the sport internationally. How ready is Ireland to benefit? Continue reading