Spanish soccer star Gerard Piqué sits at the pinnacle of his sport, but that has not stopped him from looking for success in other areas.
Turf wars are brewing at Yankee Stadium are brewing as the NYCFC and the Yankees gear up to share the House that George Built.
Teams are turning to social media to communicate with fans, boosting enthusiasm and mobile ticket ordering—and scoring a major win.
Tom Glick, New York City FC President, shares his thoughts on a major milestone for professional soccer's Major League Soccer league, the prospects on ticket sales, and the possibility of an MLS stadium.
Conference organizer and New England Patriots executive Jessica Gelman talks to CNBC about the cutting edge sports technology.
New Balance President and CEO Robert Demartini, discusses the company's launch into the soccer business, and the crowded wearable industry.
Prince Ali bin Al Hussein, Vice President of FIFA is stepping up his game in the presidency elections, saying that FIFA needs to have "clear transparency" and "proper reforms."
Mark Goddard, general manager at FIFA TMS, says that the rise in spending on buying new players has been driven by increased revenues soccer clubs are getting from television deals.
Real Madrid topped the soccer money-making league last season, with the U.K.’s Manchester United coming in second, says a new report from Deloitte.
Major League Soccer is, by some measures, very successful. The problem is that it doesn't make money.
Alisher Usmanov, chairman of USM Holdings and one of the top shareholders in Arsenal soccer club, discusses why he is unhappy with the team's performance, and why it is "challenging" to accept the mistakes of manager Arsene Wenger.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports FIFA says it will further review the World Cup corruption probe into its bidding process.
Soccer body FIFA on Tuesday lodged a criminal complaint in connection with the awarding of hosting rights for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides insight to investigations into FIFA's bidding process for getting the World Cup.
This NY team is starting to get game, and sponsors.
Game on: The world's largest soccer team is pouring over $1.5 billion into the "developing" U.S. market to expand its brand.
Pavle Sabic, director of credit market development at S&P Capital IQ, discusses which soccer clubs have the strongest financials.
New York City Football Club's search for a stadium may be the only soccer game with an ending less satisfying than a shoot-out.
A senior executive at Blackstone thinks big money investors can make piles of cash by betting on the growth of soccer in the U.S.
John Petter, CEO of the consumer division at BT, says Sky will have a "challenge" winning rights to soccer games in the upcoming auction.