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Regie Force 1

Société d'édition de sites Internet dédiés aux communautés de supporters des clubs de football du Nord Pas de Calais. Avec 7 millions de visiteurs en 2008.

4thegame racheté par Sportech

Fast Web Media, based in Manchester, has sold 4thegame.com, a football community site, to Liverpool-based Sportech for £600,000. Sportech said it would use the site to promote the online presence of New Football Pools, the new name for its combined Littlewoods and Vernons business. Content from 4thegame, which has 700,000 unique users a month, will be used on footballpools.com, Sportech’s online pools site. Sportech chief executive Ian Penrose said: “This acquisition is an important element of our strategy to increase the online visibility of The New Football Pools and engage with football fans from around the world.” Fast Web Media said it would continue to work with Sportech to expand 4thegame and chief executive Michael Flynn said Sportech was committed to developing the site.

Livejournal launches Championat.tv

LiveJournal owner Sup is launching a sports TV portal, Championat.tv, alongside its existing sports portal of the same name. Sup expects 500,000 monthly uniques by year’s end. It’s all of the back of recent Russian footballing success, with Zenit St Petersburg winning the Uefa Cup, Russia did well in Euro 2008 and the Champion’s League final was hosted in the country.

Setanta selects Perform Sales to manage online ads

Setanta Media has chosen Perform Sales, a subsidiary of Perform, to represent its online display advertising. This two-year deal sees Perform Sales continue to augment its network of sports websites. Perform Sales now has a sports and entertainment advertising network of over 45 websites reaching 14 million unique users per month. Setanta Sports’ websites recorded 1.7m unique visitors in July and has added more than 1m unique users in recent months, boosted by its comprehensive range of broadcast rights including Barclays Premier League, FA Cup, England’s away World Cup 2010 qualifiers and home internationals and the Cyldesdale Bank Premier League from Scotland. Working with Perform Sales means Setanta will be represented as a major digital media advertising platform allowing the broadcaster to fully leverage its online inventory as it continues to expand. Stephen Michael, Director of New Media at Setanta commented: “Our website is an incredibly important commercial vehicle for us, so choosing the right partner to manage our display advertising was a crucial decision. Perform Sales has the skill and expertise to drive the site forward and deliver sustained and impressive results in a very competitive market.” On top of this deal, Perform Sales has also recently added a number of other websites to its football network bringing an additional 3 million unique users per month generating over 26 million page impressions. Since the start of 2008, the Perform Sales display network (sport and entertainment) has doubled in size. Stefano D’Anna,Managing Director of Perform Sales commented: “Signing a well-respected brand such as Setanta is a great achievement for Perform Sales and caps what has been a very exciting period of activity for the company. Following our recent acquisition of No.9 Media and some notable wins, we have created a very strong position in the digital sports media market.” The Perform Sales network already includes major sites such as: www.nufc.co.uk, www.westhamunited.co.uk, www.vitalfootball.co.uk, www.rangers.co.uk, www.mfc.co.uk, www.Goal.com, www.FansFC.com and www.EatSleepSport.com.

Audience des sites de la Premier League

Results of a study on visitation to the official Web sites of Premiership football clubs, based on data from the comScore World Metrix audience measurement service. The study revealed that the majority of traffic to the Web sites of the “Big Four” Premiership clubs – Manchester, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Chelsea – now originates from outside of the U.K. Premiership Champions Manchester United Also Reign Online in U.K. Premierleague.com, the official site of the FA Barclays Premier League, attracted an average of 1.2 million U.K. visitors per month during the 2007/08 season (August 2007 – May 2008). The website of Premiership Champions Manchester United, Manutd.com, ranked as the most popular club site with an average of 912,000 visitors per month. Liverpoolfc.tv ranked second with 887,000 visitors, followed by Arsenal.com (718,000 visitors), and Chelseafc.com (402,000 visitors). Asia-Pacific Region Provides Fruitful Fan base for “Big Four” Clubs Premierleague.com attracted 55 percent of its total audience from outside the U.K., demonstrating the broad global interest in the league. With the exception of Liverpoolfc.tv, all of the “Big Four” club sites drew the majority of their visitors from outside the U.K., with Manutd.com generating the largest share of its audience from abroad (64 percent).

Perform Sales acquires N°9 Media

Perform Sales, the wholly owned subsidiary of Perform acquired rival sales house, No. 9 Media, creating a major UK player in sports media with combined traffic of over 11.5 million monthly unique users and over 105 million monthly page impressions. The Perform Sales network includes major sites such as: www.nufc.co.uk, www.westhamunited.co.uk www.vitalfootball.co.uk, www.rangers.co.uk, www.mfc.co.uk, www.fulhamfc.com and www.surreycricket.com. In addition, Perform Sales manage online video advertising sales across Virgin Media’s market‑leading V Player video network which syndicates over 10 million premium sports videos featuring Premier League and Football League highlights, across key publisher websites, including The Sun, The Times, Telegraph, Daily Mail, FourFourTwo, 4theGame and FHM. The No.9 Media network includes major football and sports portals amassing 4.5 million unique users and over 30m page impressions, including: Goal.com, FansFC.com, Clubfanzine.com, EatSleepSport.com, Oliver Slipper, joint-CEO at Perform commented: “The launch of the V Player in August 2007 ensured we operated the largest premium sports video network in the UK. The acquisition of No.9 Media gives us an even stronger position in the display market.” No.9 Media was founded by Iain Linkleter and Justin Brookfield. Iain, Chief Executive at No.9 Media, joins the Board of Perform Sales as a Non-Executive Director and will continue to be actively involved in the ongoing management of the business. Linkleter said: “This acquisition is a very exciting development for the market, both for publishers and brands. It combines two enthusiastic and ambitious sales houses, both focused on delivering value to brands and maximising returns for publishers.” The key employees from No.9 Media will all transfer over to Perform, with Darren Kietz becoming Sales Director reporting to Stefano D’Anna, Managing Director at Perform Sales.

Trinity rolls out football blogs in the UK

Trinity Mirror (LSE: TNI) intends to launch a UK-wide network of soccer blogs, only tangentially related to its core regional newspaper sites. Quietly, the publisher debuted Liverpool Banter and Everton Banter a couple of weeks ago - two blogs penned by Liverpool Daily Post and Echo soccer writers but distinctly designed, hosted separately on a Movable Type platform and with considerable fan input. Trinity regional director Neil Benson told paidContent:UK of plans to roll out similar sites nationwide at the World Editors Forum in Gothenburg, likely starting with Birmingham City and Newcastle (United is Benson’s team) and possibly including all Premiership and Championship clubs. “We’d be stupid not to,” he said. The publisher wants to ally the sites with its newspapers only “in a very discreet way”. It may be discreet, but there’s potential here for considerable clout. Trinity’s Sport Media unit already produces the Mersey clubs’ match programmes and official magazines. The Rippleffect web design house it recently acquired produces sites for many soccer sides including Liverpoolfc.tv. “There’s quite a big synergy”, Benson said.

UEAF video web services

UEFA has launched an online video service for the 2008 European Football Championship which starts this Saturday, reports Brand Republic. The service will include free and paid for content and is being packaged in three ways—through a free magazine show available twice a day, a limited “Matchpack” costing 1.99 euros, and a full access pass for the entire tournament priced at 19.99 euros.

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Football.ua

Ukrainian multi-media group United Media Holding has floated 15 percent of the company in Frankfurt for $45 million, valuing it at $300 million, and plans to use the proceeds to invest in new media companies in Russia and the Ukraine. So far, UMH claims five percent of the Ukrainian online audience and operates football.ua, a football news website leader in Ukrainia.

Maxifoot

Maxifoot.fr est dirigé par Vincent Pakula depuis Mai 2000. La société Advimedia édite également les sites www.footsurf.com (annuaire des sites de football), www.foot1n2.com (entièrement consacré au Loto Foot et au Côte Match), www.win3F.fr (concours de pronostics gratuits) et www.MonsieurSport.com (gallerie marchande sportive). 200 000 visiteurs uniques en septembre 2007. 350 000 euros de CA en 2006, pour 40% de RN.

OleOle

OleOle - founded by Doug Knittle - is the worldwide leading social media site for football fans. Fans around the world need a site that enables connections that are independent of the traditional media, leagues, clubs or organizations who deliver their own content. OleOle's multi-lingual site enables football fans to connect with each other in an environment that has 100% fan-driven content - groups, blogs, articles, news, podcasts, photos, videos, and history. With access to today's leading social media technologies, football supporters can write, contribute, share, rate and vote on multimedia content in 10 languages. Founded in 2006, OleOle is a privately-held international company with headquarters in Beverly Hills, California and offices in New Zealand as well as across Europe and South America.

Fast Web Media acquires Footballforums.net

Fast Web Media, the operator of a number of sports websites including 4thegame.com has bought football chat room website www.footballforums.net . Footballforums claims 26,000 regular users a month. Its previous parent, Fanbanta went into administration. The consideration has not been disclosed. Fast Web Media, based in Manchester, is a subsidiary of Total Sports Online, a Norwegian company which has recently delisted from the Oslo exchange. Total Sports bought Fast Web Media in 1998. The company currently employs over 30 staff in Manchester. In addition to owning and managing sports websites, Fast Web also offers digital marketing services to companies in the UK and overseas. 4thegame.com claims to be one of the longest established and most popular football websites in the world with over one million unique visitors a month. Fast Web launched the site twelve years ago. Michael Flynn, CEO of Fast Web Media, said: “We are delighted with the acquisition. “FootballForums.net is already one of the biggest and best places to discuss all things football. In the future Fast Web Media want to build on this strength and passion to make it a must-visit site for any football fan.”

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SoccerAddicts

Site de football anglais. Un peu moins de 5 000 visiteurs mensuels.

FoxSoccer.com

Historique et chiffres clés du site web leader du football aux Etats-Unis (30M visiteurs), créé en 1997.

Goal.com

Regie publicitaire du reseau de sites de football européen.

Foot-transfert.be

Actualité du football, sous forme de flux RSS.

Sportbuzz Ltd

Ingenious Media investit 3.2M$ dans Sportbuzz Ltd, société éditrice de Sportingo (lancée en février 2007) et Caughtoffside (blogs de football) qui représentent 550 000 visiteurs mensuels.

Les sites Internet des clubs de football

Chiffres d'audience des sites web des clubs professionnels de football en Europe. En tete, Manchester United, avec 2.2M visiteurs en mars 2007, dont 57% hors Royaume-Uni.

VR Developpement

Société éditrice indépendante de sites de football et de sport.

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Footissimo

Aggrégateur de contenus, flux RSS dédiés au football.

Football.fr

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