Written in 2009 by David Lue, Sabreena Merchant, Jeffrey Nash, and Ethan Settel.
Edited and Updated in 2013 by Christopher Nam, Sanket Prabhu, and Jarrett Link.
In today’s world, sport has become an ever more important part of our daily lives. Television programs are consistently focused on worldwide athletic events, and countless dollars are spent on tickets and merchandising, allowing for the world’s biggest sports to have a constant cash flow.
In this project, we look at markets and media in contemporary European football, focusing specifically on four different actors within football and how they have changed with the evolution of the game. We analyze each of these components in order to see the intertwining effect from each vantage point and what insight we can gain from each independent observation. The four areas of interest are: the Back Room, the Manager, the Money, and the Player. More details regarding each area can be found below in its respective subpage.
How to cite this article: “The Football Industry in Contemporary Europe,” written by David Lue, Sabreena Merchant, Jeffrey Nash, and Ethan Settel (2009), Edited and Updated by Christopher Nam, Sanket Prabhu, and Jarrett Link (2013), Soccer Politics Pages, Soccer Politics Blog, Duke University, http://sites.duke.edu/wcwp/research-projects/mediamarketsfootball-in-contemporary-europe/.
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