Red Card 2015 is a preview to the annual Mailman ‘China Digital Champions League’ report that looks at the performance of Europe’s top clubs within the country. The agency has taken a look at the clubs outside of the top 15, almost the Europa League of digital performance.
Following Carlos Tevez’s fantastic solo effort during last Sunday’s 7-0 defeat of Parma, the digital team at Juventus decided to have some fun with their fans.
— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) November 10, 2014
A brand-new show has launched on the Vauxhall Football TV YouTube channel, previewing the latest Home Nations fixtures.
The Vauxhall Home Nations Football Show looks ahead to England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales’ upcoming games in a 30-minute special.
Filmed in partnership with popular YouTube channel Ball Street, the Vauxhall Home Nations Football Show, features special guests from each Home Nation.
Subscribe to the channel to get the latest interview with industry leaders in digital & sport.
Manchester United are celebrating another Facebook milestone, this time passing the 60m fan mark on their page.
Although somewhat behind the likes of former player Cristiano Ronaldo, who recently became the first athlete to pass the 100m mark, and also European rivals FC Barcelona (77m) and Real Madrid (75m).
Barclays Premier League Champions, Manchester City today announced the launch of their new official iPad App.
Designed for City fans, the City App iPad Edition is the latest addition to the Club’s ever expanding digital portfolio.
That almost forgotten of social platforms, Google+, is still iterating and looking to improve its offerings to teams and fans it appears.
At a time when the whole discussion about whether it is a viable channel for brands has appeared to quieten off, with many appearing agreeing that no it isn’t (I’m not a big fan and rarely use it).
That doesn’t mean there isn’t a place for it and many teams are still posting daily on their pages and utilising Google Hangouts – certainly one of its best features – such as Liverpool, who are running one on the 20th October with former LFC legend Robbie Fowler.
England fans have made the headlines following their Man of the Match voting on the interactive website of lead sponsor Vauxhall during England’s 5-0 win against San Marino.
63 per cent of Three Lions supporters voted goalkeeper Joe Hart as their team’s best performer in a game where he only touched the ball 11 times.
England and Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney leads the way in the Home Nations football league table for social media followers.
The ranking has been compiled by Britain’s leading independent specialist sports PR and communications consultancy, Macesport, who manage the sponsorship activation for Vauxhall, the lead sponsor of Home Nations football.