Globalization of Sports: USA vs The World

March 15, 2016

No one else like the US profits more in the sports industry. There are other competitive countries wanting to become as dominant in the sports market as the US. With the NFL, NBA, and soccer’s strong fanbase in America, they also have been able expanded their reach internationally. Through the eyes of our SkyBox Jocks we have elaborated on different topics of sports and how they affect their markets on a global…

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Rising Football Popularity in China

March 15, 2016

The history of American football can date all the way back to the 1860s, but the United States is not the only country who participates in this “American” sport. During the recent years many countries around the globe have started to enjoy this sport, both as a community and professionally. As a matter of fact, football is on the rise in Asian countries for the past few decades. In 1998,…

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The NFL Can Successfully Expand Despite Their Past Failures

March 15, 2016

The NFL has been slowly but surely trying to expand overseas over the last few years. Every year since 2007, they’ve had the NFL International Series, where they hold a few games at Wembley Stadium in London. The discussion of the NFL overseas doesn’t stop with these games though, there has also been a large amount of discussion about adding an NFL Franchise to London to give the game more…

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Football vs.  Futball

March 15, 2016

The Super Bowl is the most watched event of the year. Everyone knows something about it, whether it’s the halftime show or the game itself. Even the advertisements are keenly watched, and they are specifically noted for being the most expensive advertising airtime available for purchase. But is the Super Bowl the most watched event in the world, as so many Americans are led to believe? Perhaps not. The last…

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The First Sports Diplomacy Between Vietnam and South Korea

March 15, 2016

John YeonJoon Baik 2016 March 13th   Globalization of Sports The First Sports Diplomacy Between Vietnam and South Korea Le Van Truong Truong is a prospective soccer player and a ‘Golden Generation’ in Vietnam. He trained at the Arsenal Youth Team in England and built his skills in European style, which stands on the top of the world soccer. Thanks to the training, his accurate pass, creative play and confident…

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Globalization Vs. African Best Soccer Players

March 15, 2016

Charles Ishimwe Sports and Media Class March 15th Magazine 2: Sport globalization Globalization Vs. African Best Soccer Players Africa is a continent with 54 countries and each country has its own governance, as well as its own language and culture. When it comes to sports, Africa is commonly known for its passion for soccer more than any other sport. Soccer has been part of the African culture for centuries and…

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