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Open Your Eyes: Women’s Sports Isn’t Going Anywhere

Christopher Nascimento, August 5 2022

Women’s Soccer Leads The Charge Following The Euros Maya Angelou has a great quote that I enjoy referring to, it goes like this: when people show you who they are, believe them. This quote is typically in reference to the action of others, however, I think the theme of this quote is shared across various circumstances. An example of this could be p...

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Major Upgrades for Blue Jays & SkyDome

Caleb Gilligan, July 29 2022

Improved Fan Experiences Coming to Toronto Soon The Rogers Centre, formerly known as the SkyDome, has been a topic of discussion around Toronto for several years now. Many fans have voiced their concerns about the long-term viability of the Blue Jays' home. In 2020, the concerns were addressed when Mark Shapiro, President, and CEO of the Blue Jays,...

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Arsenal: Prime’d and Ready To Go

Christopher Nascimento, July 29 2022

EPL Giants Partner With YouTubers & PRIME Hydration Drink Recently, partnerships in sports have been causing a SPLASH… see what I did there? The beverage and hydration space in particular has resulted in the most headline-worthy news: Changing Things Up: BioSteel Signs NHL, Gatorade Drops Sponsorship Deals With NHL and Others, and more.

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Third Time’s The Charm

Hiral Patel, July 29 2022

South Africa Looks To Launch Their Own Domestic Cricket League Over the last year, the sport of cricket has made its way into global headlines for a few reasons – ones that we’ve talked about in previous editions of The Sport Marketeer. Numbers talk, and the numbers coming out of the IPL have been nothing to glance over. From the Indian Premier Lea...

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Euro Soccer Stars Head to MLS

Caleb Gilligan, July 15 2022

MLS Clubs Secure Massive Signings Although the football transfer window only officially started two weeks ago, there has been plenty of movement in football’s top leagues. Erling Haaland secured his move to Premier League defending champions Manchester City, the former club of his father, Alfie Haaland. French wonderboy Aurelien Tchouameni made his...

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It’s All About Entertaining, Great Performance By Avalanche On & Off the Ice

Caleb Gilligan, July 6 2022

New Champion is One of the Many Things That Changed This NHL Playoffs It finally happened. After years of being disappointed by early playoff exits, the Colorado Avalanche have finally won their third Stanley Cup. They had to push themselves to the limit to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning team who fought to the very last minute to have a chance at the...

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Hockey Canada Losing Partnerships

Hiral Patel, June 30 2022

Partners Have Backed Out of their Commitments, Government Also Freezing Funds Content Warning: The following article contains references to sexual assault Over the past few days, some of Hockey Canada’s biggest partners have announced a pause to their partnership agreements with the association. Scotiabank, Telus, Imperial Oil (Esso), Tim Hortons,...

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Senators Relocationg… to Ottawa

Caleb Gilligan, June 27 2022

Ottawa Senators Reach Deal with NCC for New Lebreton Flats Arena For the first time since 2016, a new arena in downtown Ottawa is on the table. On June 23, the National Capital Commission (NCC) reached an agreement with Capital Sports Development Inc (CSDI), a group led by the Ottawa Senators, to sign a memorandum of understanding for their new pro...

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Apple TV and MLS Agree on Streaming Deal

AJ Hewish, June 17 2022

10-Year Deal Worth $2.5B for MLS Apple strikes again! This week, Major League Soccer (MLS) announced the agreement of a 10-year deal with Apple to be the exclusive provider of the MLS match broadcasts worldwide. Beginning next season, MLS fans will be able to watch all league play, league cups, MLS NEXT Pro (semi-pro league), and MLS NEXT (developm...

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Toronto & Vancouver to Host 2026 World Cup Matches

Caleb Gilligan, June 17 2022

Edmonton Loses Out, 10 Group Stage Matches for Canadian Cities It’s official, the 2026 FIFA World Cup will be played in two Canadian cities, Toronto and Vancouver! The announcement marks the first time that a Men’s World Cup match is played in Canada. The two cities are expected to share 10 out of the 60 Group Stage matches while three Mexican citi...

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