With just over a year to go until the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 kicks-off, Qatar Airways Holidays has launched a range of fan travel packages.
The National Basketball Association and the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi have announced a multiyear partnership to host the first NBA games in the United Arab Emirates.
Following the recent launch, Destination Sport Experiences has secured a partnership with RCS Sport to become an official premium tour operator for the 2022 Giro d’Italia and its associated events.
World Golf Awards – the leading authority that recognises and rewards excellence in golf tourism – has revealed the best golf organisations of 2021 at its eighth annual Gala Ceremony in Dubai.
New research from national tourism agency VisitBritain demonstrates the increasing importance of football in driving inbound tourism to the UK and in boosting visitor spending.
Rajasthan Royals Group, the owners of Expo-sponsored Indian Premier League franchise Rajasthan Royals, visited to launch Next Innings, a digital community for cricket fans.
Premier League football club Manchester City has unveiled Expo 2020 Dubai as the new training kit partner ahead of the opening of the global event this Friday.
UFC has confirmed it will return to the United Arab Emirates capital Abu Dhabi for a series of event in October. The showcase will be headlined by UFC 267 on Saturday, October 30th.
Over the last two weeks British Airways has been flying Team GB home from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, with the final flight carrying Olympians due to land today.
Kayak has become the shirt sleeve sponsor of Newcastle United. First team players will wear Kayak branding on the shirt sleeve of all home, away and third kits for the forthcoming season.
Expo 2020 Dubai and City Football Group have kicked off a new partnership that will see the event become the official exhibition partner of English Premier League champions Manchester City.
Up to 10,000 Japanese fans will be permitted at venues at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics officials have confirmed today. Fans from overseas had already been banned from the event.