The social networking service is now launching its latest effort around the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will celebrate the best tweets about the best female soccer players in the world.
According to the “New Age of Soccer Fandom” study released by Bleacher Report, 63% of soccer fans prefer to watch a full game over highlights.
As part of the brand’s new “Power Has No Gender” campaign, Powerade is building three mini-pitches with the U.S. Soccer Foundation.
In August, Concacaf appointed its first-ever head of women’s football – former Canadian women’s national team player Karina LeBlanc.
Last year’s inaugural Women’s International Champions Cup did not have a presenting sponsor.
LaLiga invests in U.S. soccer talent through Alianza de Futbol, as the organization continues to evolve its efforts to support the nation’s Hispanic soccer.
Through a series of posters and murals, WNT Everywhere connects fans to Women’s National Team players on a deeper level leading up to World Cup action.
The Reds take to the States to play three games this summer against German, Spanish and Portuguese foes in historic stadiums.
Bundesliga Americas wants to grow its audience — and in turn, revenue — in North and South America, with long-term brand building initiatives.
The Senior Director of Ticket Sales & Service with Sacramento Republic FC gives insight into being a part of a rapidly growing organization.
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