The Alliance of American Football suspended operations three weeks early.
The NFL playoffs begin this weekend amid a scoring boom in football — and basketball as well.
Teams can basically say whatever they want because there’s no standard.
That’s what data obtained by the Wall Street Journal’s senior sports reporter Rachel Bachman shows. According to numbers of ticket scans from the 2017 season, only 71 percent of the people reported in official attendance numbers actually showed up to…
By The Numbers
Every four years, the Men's FIFA World Cup final is widely recognized as the most-watched event in the world.
Every four years, the soccer tournament turns into an epic branding battle between Nike and Adidas.
I've always wondered...
And does fining players actually work?
Pizza Hut is replacing Papa John’s, which announced yesterday it was ending its contract with the National Football League. The league’s viewer numbers are down over the last couple of years. And a few months ago, Papa John’s then-CEO John…
Teams are owned almost exclusively by white men. Here's a look at why.
It's not always worth it for the host city.