Business Legacy of Women’s Euros
Tue, Nov 8, 2022 12:00 PM EST
After Manchester City Women’s star Chloe Kelly sealed the win and millions began celebrating England’s historic achievement, the conversation in the commentary box was already turning to ‘what does this tournament mean for the legacy of women’s football?’.
Hosted by Jenny Morris (Director, City Football Leadership Institute), this online discussion panel with Karen Bardsley (former England goalkeeper) and Gavin Makel (Managing Director of Manchester City Women’s FC) will explore what might be next for the women’s football in the wake of Euro 2022.
The World Cup of the Future
Thu, Dec 1, 2022 12:00 PM EST
Explore with us what the planned changes to the 2026 Men’s World Cup might mean for the future of the tournament and the game as a whole
Qatar 2022 will be the first-ever World Cup held during the Northern Hemisphere winter months, but it is set to be the last tournament with 32 teams.
With 48 countries set to qualify for the 2026 competition due to be held in the US, Canada and Mexico, what will an expanded World Cup in 2026 mean for the future of the game, at home and abroad?
Do NFTs have a place in Football?
Tue, Jan 17, 2023 12:00 PM EST
With the phenomenon of NFTs still apparent across many different industries, football clubs and institutions are continuing to explore ways to maximise this type of technology to further engage audiences and fans.
Join us to discuss whether NFTs are here to stay, or whether the phenomenon might carry an expiration date.
Climate Change and Football
Tue, Feb 7, 2023 12:00 PM EST
Sport is undeniably a significant contributor to climate change with such a large global footprint. Join us to explore why football is uniquely positioned to help chart an invocative path to sustainability for its clubs and fans. By examining some of the latest thinking and developing technologies we will explore why football has the opportunity, and perhaps the responsibility, to influence real change across the sports industry and beyond.