Celtic fans outside the Estadio Olimpico in Seville during the Uefa Cup final on May 21st, 2003. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images

The wolf doesn’t eat Little Red Riding Hood. The giant doesn’t crush Jack. The princess doesn’t ultimately reject Aladdin. This is not the way fairyta(...)

Chelsea is among the teams that works with Kitman Labs

Irish sports tech company Kitman Labs has raised $6 million (€5.1 million) from a New York-based investment firm whose managing partner previously led(...)

A Naas Racecourse staff member sprays disinfectant as preparations continue for the resumption of horse racing on Monday. Photograph:  Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Today sees major competitive sport take place in Ireland for the first time since lockdown commenced when racing resumes behind closed doors at Naas. (...)

Liverpool’s manager Jürgen Klopp. Photograph: PAUL ELLIS/AFP

When Liverpool football club’s owner Fenway Sports Group identified Jürgen Klopp as the team’s potential manager, it compiled a 60-page report on him.(...)

US singer Taylor Swift’s  upcoming tour, promoted by Live Nation, was among the shows cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Photograph: Angela Weiss/AFP

Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund has built a $500 million (€462 million) stake in battered concert promoter Live Nation, marking the Gulf kingdom’(...)

Kitman Labs client Chelsea in action against Arsenal recently

Irish sports tech company Kitman Labs has secured close to €500,000 in investment from Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony. The investment was (...)

Kitman Lab client Chelsea in action against Arsenal earlier this month

Irish sports tech company Kitman Labs has made its first acquisition, snapping up English athlete data management company The Sports Office for an und(...)

Chris Duke and Micheál Newell are co-founders of Edge Performance Analytics.

Dr Chris Duke and Dr Micheál Newell are the co-founders of Edge Performance Analytics, a sports technology company focused on athlete limb and specifi(...)

At Croke Park, the Hawk-Eye technology involves eight high-speed cameras with the ball position triangulated using four cameras covering each end of the stadium. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Revenue at the tech company that decides questionable points in top GAA matches last year soared to £41 million (€48.2 million) – thanks to the contro(...)

Liverpool celebrates scoring during the Uefa Champions League Group E football match with RB Salzburg  earlier this month, in Salzburg. Photograph: Joe Klamar/AFP via Getty Images

Insane, selfish, money-oriented and egotistical: football’s grandees could have been talking about the professional game in general. But, on this occa(...)

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