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The UEFA EURO 2020 will become a positive investment for the Danish FA and Danish football in general

This past week, a delegation from Sport Event Denmark and the Danish FA (DBU) went to Switzerland to experience that Copenhagen won the bid as one of 13 host cities in 13 different European countries to host part of the UEFA EURO 2020 tournament. That is fantastic news for Denmark in general but also particularly […]

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Messi, football, Adidas, FIFA World Cup 2014 and ‘hybrid sportsbranding’

“Personal sports branding apply fundamentals from classic branding theory. Consistency is important but given the personal feelings and thoughts of athletes, a personal sports brand is subject to instinct positive or negative changes caused by personal actions. Additionally, in personal sports branding the athlete’s performances on the field are changing over time from the athletic […]

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Football and power – an inevitable marriage in the most popular sport worldwide

Football is a ‘money game’, which I have highlighted in previous posts on this blog. As a result of the huge flow of money in the most appealing and popular sport globally, there are also significant ramifications such as the natural power battles and missions, which are often interrelated with apparent cashflows. Football has undergone […]

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UEFA, EURO 2016 and the application of social media

In relation to my research within the intersection between sports branding, sports economy and sports management, I wrote a post (in Danish) on the 11th of June on this web site concerning the application of different media platfoms in professional sports in Denmark (the post was about football, i.e. soccer in the US). It was […]

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