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What Is Happening With The USFL And XFL?

The 2023 season is not far away but little information is available about the season. It has been very quiet at the new football leagues...

XFL Needs More Money

The third version of the league already has a cash crisis. The third version of the XFL has not yet put out a 2023 schedule...

USFL Needs More Money

FOX Sports is looking for investors. The people at FOX Sports who brought the second United States Football League to life and saw it through...

Decision Time For FIFA Choosing 2026 Men’s World Cup Soccer Matches...

America may end up hosting more games than planned. The governing body of international soccer, FIFA, is just about done with its assessment of American, Canadian...

FIFA Still Scouting Cities For 2026 World Cup Hosts

America, Canada and Mexico will have matches. The governing body of international soccer, FIFA, has again sent a delegation to the United States and Mexico...
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FIFA Is Looking For A Few American Cities That Will Buy...

The US, Canada and Mexico are hosting matches. The governing body of international soccer, FIFA, has sent a delegation to the United States to see...

XFL 2020 Is Done But It Will Be Back It Claims

Mixed reviews for McMahon. The XFL pulled the plug on the 2020 season on Friday by officially canceling the scheduled April playoffs and championship contest....

When Gambling Suits An Owners’ Needs It Is A Good Thing

When sports gambling suits a sports owner, or makes a sports owner money, then there is no problem with sports gambling. That was true when sports leagues started teaming up with fantasy sports which really was sports gambling not a game of skill, and that trend has continued since the Supreme Court of the United States legalized sports gambling and allowed sports gambling to expand beyond Nevada and Delaware.
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NFL Owners Have A Business Worth Tens Of Billions Of Dollars

It is weekend four of the National Football League season and it appears that National Football League owners do not have financial difficulties despite an erosion in television ratings, a drop in attendance although that can be pinned on the move of the Spanos family Chargers franchise from San Diego to Los Angeles and the constant talk of national anthem protests.

Too Many Arenas On Long Island?

Neither the National Basketball Association nor the National Hockey League is looking to add another team in the New York City metropolitan area but that apparently is not dissuading an investor in Suffolk County or county officials from putting up a building in Ronkonkoma.