Category Archives: Football

03Jun/24

GATORADE® JOINS FORCES WITH INSPIRATIONAL FOOTBALL ICONS TO BOOST CONFIDENCE OF YOUNG FEMALE ATHLETES

Gatorade, the world’s leading hydration beverage, has brought global footballing icons to Gatorade’s Girls’ 5v5 Finals at the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final in Bilbao, to tackle the issue that 40%* of teen girls lack confidence in sport, a key driver to the athletes of tomorrow dropping out of sports. Each legend shared their motivational tips to inspire girls from across the world to kick down confidence barriers to play football. Read more

19May/24

Why is Arsenal football Club relevant?

19, 2024 /sports/ —

Gooners, the nickname for Arsenal Football Club fans, relate to the club in a passionate and multifaceted way:

22Jan/24

Meet Legend and Glory with TECNO: 1000 Luminous Drones Enchant The Opening Ceremony Day of the 34th AFCON

On January 13, the 34th African Cup of Nations (AFCON) kicked off with a spectacular opening ceremony in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. TECNO, the official sponsor of the 34th AFCON, made history with its stunning display of technology and art, featuring a first-ever choreographed show of 1,000 luminous drones in the African continent. Continue reading

14Jan/24

Here’s why it’s called AFCON 2023 even though it’s being played in January 2024

The official name of the tournament is indeed the “2023 Africa Cup of Nations,” even though it’s being played in January 2024. While the name may seem confusing at first, it reflects the complex logistical considerations behind running a major sporting event. Here’s why: Continue reading

13Jan/24

The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2024 analysis

Jan. 9, 2024 /Sports/ –The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) kicks off today, 13th January 2024! Here’s the breakdown: Continue reading

03Jan/24

Africa Cup of Nations showcases the continent’s finest footballers – and China’s economic clout

Simon Chadwick, SKEMA Business School and Chris Toronyi, Loughborough University

When the Africa Cup of Nations begins on January 13, the opening match between Guinea Bissau and the hosts, Ivory Coast, will be played at the Alassane Ouattara Stadium in Abidjan. The state-of-the-art venue is one of six stadiums being used during the football tournament.

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