What’s inside Issue 11 of SoccerexPro

With a new season underway in Europe and the Soccerex Global Convention beginning in Manchester, SoccerexPro returns for its 11th quarterly edition.

26 September 2016 Adam Nelson
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Spanish clubs once again walked away with European soccer's big prizes at the end of last season as La Liga further strengthened its claim to be the world's best domestic league. But there is much to do to match those efforts off the field, not least with England's Premier League in particular continuing to grow its broadcast and commercial revenues at an exponential rate. 

Michael Long talks to leading figures from La Liga to find out how a new unified brand and a collectivised approach to selling TV rights has been married to a carefully plotted international strategy. And the great Raúl González Blanco has been called up to the cause, heading up the league office in North America. The Real Madrid legend explains how he hopes to contribute to the league's global advance.

Elsewhere in issue 11, Eoin Connolly travels to Paris and goes behind the scenes at the biggest broadcast operation in the history of the UEFA European Championship. Tom Lloyd, meanwhile, finds out more about UK broadcaster Sky Sports' plans to take its coverage into a new dimension through virtual reality. 

The world's oldest domestic competition underwent a dramatic change of identity over the summer – Adam Nelson finds out all about the new brand for the English Football League, or EFL. And we hear from the US state of Washington, where the Seattle Sounders are on the verge of becoming Major League Soccer's first truly internationally popular team. 

SoccerexPro 11 comes complete with the usual offering of news and features and is out now. You can read it online here, or pick up a copy at the Soccerex Global Convention. 

All ten editions of SoccerexPro are available to read online free of charge here.

Spanish clubs once again walked away with European soccer's big prizes at the end of last season as La Liga further strengthened its claim to be the world's best domestic league. But there is much to do to match those efforts off the field, not least with England's Premier League in particular continuing to grow its broadcast and commercial revenues at an exponential rate. 

Michael Long talks to leading figures from La Liga to find out how a new unified brand and a collectivised approach to selling TV rights has been married to a carefully plotted international strategy. And the great Raúl González Blanco has been called up to the cause, heading up the league office in North America. The Real Madrid legend explains how he hopes to contribute to the league's global advance.

Elsewhere in issue 11, Eoin Connolly travels to Paris and goes behind the scenes at the biggest broadcast operation in the history of the UEFA European Championship. Tom Lloyd, meanwhile, finds out more about UK broadcaster Sky Sports' plans to take its coverage into a new dimension through virtual reality. 

The world's oldest domestic competition underwent a dramatic change of identity over the summer – Adam Nelson finds out all about the new brand for the English Football League, or EFL. And we hear from the US state of Washington, where the Seattle Sounders are on the verge of becoming Major League Soccer's first truly internationally popular team. 

SoccerexPro 11 comes complete with the usual offering of news and features and is out now. You can read it online here, or pick up a copy at the Soccerex Global Convention.