Head & Shoulders have released their first unisex media campaign in order to promote their new Derma&Pure range. Manchester City duo Kyle Walker and Steph Houghton are joined by Arsenal Ladies’ Jordan Nobbs and Tottenham’s Kieran Trippier who help run a training session for upcoming generations.
— The Drum (@TheDrum) February 4, 2019
Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City have partnered with Intel to ensure their stadiums are fitted with top of the line cameras to improve viewing features for fans. With the use of thirty-eight 5k cameras in each stadium, fans will be able to get a far more in-depth view during matches as well as improved highlights.
Three of the Premier League's biggest clubs – Man City, Liverpool and Arsenal – have partnered with tech giant Intel to deliver immersive viewing experiences for their fans, including the ability to watch games from a player's perspective https://t.co/T8fWVWw1qD #MCFC #AFC #LFC
— SportsPro (@SportsPro) February 7, 2019
Team Great Britain has partnered with housebuilders Persimmon Houses to help fund grassroot sports organisations with grants. The programme is tailored for organisations helping youths with physical and mental health issues by rewarding grants between £1,000 and £100,000.
We were joined at the club by London 2012 Olympic bronze medallist @AnthonyOgogo – who spent the evening giving tips to the young boxers.
Learn more about Building Futures here: https://t.co/t4TwaFqtgW
— Team GB (@TeamGB) January 31, 2019
The German Football League has reported a 2.4% increase in ticket sales compared to the first half of last season (9,418,148 tickets sold) as well as record ticket sales for the first half of the season between their top two leagues.
— Sportcal (@sportcal) February 7, 2019