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Football’s sociocultural appeal moves customers and market shares – case of El Clásico

Top football thrives due to the popularity of the game on a global scale and its roots in a sociocultural context. Rivalries and local derbies are at the center of attention in this sociocultural perspective of football. In an era characterized by the terminology of the ‘global village’, these matches mirror passionate pastime entertainment with […]

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Aktiviteterne i det transformationsøkonomiske transfervindue skal finde balancen mellem sund kultur og placeringsjagt

Sommerens og vinterens transfervinduer er med årene blevet genstand for enorm hype og eksponering, og fodboldentusiaster på globalt plan venter i den forbindelse på, hvordan deres favoritklub agerer i håbet om at BOOSTE nutidig og fremtidig performance. Globaliseringen (herunder Bosman-dommens betydning for spillernes bevægelighed på tværs af nationale grænser), kommercialiseringen og iscenesættelsen af klubfodbolden som […]

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Going beyond traditional product offerings to win the hearts of fans in the football economy – case focus on fan relationship management

As part of the professionalization process of the football economy over the past decades, clubs have enhanced their focus on nursing fan relations. Fulltime fan coordinators have been a natural step in this development. This is a way to build a bridge towards meeting the recognition that competition in the football economy is about managing […]

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EHF EURO 2014 – winning the hearts of the Danish population – by ‘guest blogger’ Malene Hejlskov Mortensen

Guest blog written by Malene Hejlskov Mortensen, BA in Sport Management, University College of Northern Denmark & MA in Sport Management, London Metropolitan University, passionate about sports and the business of sports – (Kenneth Cortsen, ed.). Lost the Gold but Won the Hearts of the Danes EHF EURO 2014 in Denmark  “It has been a […]

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Transformation, framing and the cultural DNA of football’s transfer market in the postmodern era

Football’s transfer window activities have evolved over the years. Now, we are in the middle of another transfer window (January, 2014) and all the meaning associated with this. It marks isolated periods of time in which a football club can buy and sell and thus transfer players to re-structure its roster. In today’s professional football […]

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