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The LaLiga Newsletter

November 2018

STORIES

"Americans are thirsty for more football, it is fantastic"
  • Steve Nash on the importance of LaLiga's arrival in the U.S.
  • "Coming to America in the summers and playing a game in Miami is very important."
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"The Miami match will help fuel passion for football in the United States"
  • The plan is for the league’s brand to grow and for the clubs to become known around the world.
  • "The ambition of LaLiga is to convert ourselves into a leisure and entertainment industry that is the best in the world."
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LaLiga propel into the US and India with historic agreements
  • Facebook to broadcast LaLiga Santander games for free in India for three seasons.
  • “We will work to become the international league with the biggest influence in the US,” said Oscar Mayo. 
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LaLiga Genuine, an example for world football
  • Teams are composed of players with intellectual disabilities and aims to normalise the practice of taking part in sport. 
  • A year after being introduced, 30 teams now take part in a project which continues to grow.
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How LaLiga’s anti-piracy team works: fighting against fraud 24/7
  • Close co-ordination and technology keys to the trade. 
  • Challenges remain for those who want to protect the audiovisual rights of the club.
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LaLiga clubs increase investment in footballing talent and in facilities
  • Investment has hit a record total of 1.146 billion euros.
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HEADLINES

India and China heavily invest in LaLiga academies and schools

  •  LaLiga Football Schools have taken over India with 31 academies across the country.
  • Chinese Ministry of Education oversaw 16 new campuses this summer.
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"LaLiga’s objective is for day-to-day decision-making to be supported by knowledge based on data"

  • The director of LaLiga’s Business Intelligence & Analytics department outlines his objectives and explains how the league can benefit from data processing.
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The revolution of Spanish women’s football as seen from within

  • Currently, 31 LaLiga clubs have a womens teams, 12 more than three years ago.
  • “It is a process in full swing, with exponential growth,” said Deportivo La Coruna’s operations manager.
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A unique audiovisual product, from all angles

  • Matches in 4K HDR, aerial cameras and 360 degree views make for a new experience.
  • “We have a dream team in television,” explained a representative.
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VAR off to a successful start in LaLiga

  • Spanish Football Federation and LaLiga have drawn up strategic plan that is yielding great results.
  • Very positive vibes after the early analysis.
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