• AFP

    Bitter pill for Botafogo, Textor as Brazil title slips away

    After 28 years, it looked like Botafogo's Brazilian league title drought was finally ending, thanks to a crackling start to the season and a huge cash infusion from US magnate turned football investor John Textor.Now reduced to fifth place, Botafogo -- who led the league for 31 matches and looked invincible mid-season -- thus suffered the biggest reversal in the history of the "Brasileirao," Brazil's top-flight league.

  • Austin American-Statesman

    Copa America soccer tournament coming to Austin

    Copa America will play two matches at Q2 Stadium this summer

  • AFP

    Premier League announces record $8.45 bn domestic TV deal

    The Premier League announced on Monday it had agreed a record £6.7 billion ($8.45 billion) domestic television rights deal for a four-year period starting from the 2025/26 season.The current deal is reported to be worth around £5 billion over a three-year cycle and covers 200 matches per season.

  • The Telegraph

    Every game outside 3pm blackout to be televised in new Premier League TV deal

    Every game outside the 3pm blackout will now be televised from 2025 as Sky Sports and TNT Sports extended their stranglehold on the live UK rights to the Premier League.