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How Big Is The Sports Industry
Sports Global Market Report 2023 – By Type (Spectator Sports, Participatory Sports), By Revenue Source (Media Rights, Merchandising, Tickets, Sponsorship), By Ownership (Chained, Standalone) – Market Size, Trends, And Global Forecast 2023-2032 – Starting Price : $5000.00 | Pages : 400 | Published : January 2023 | Delivery Time: 2-3 business days | Format : Sports are group games and individual activities that involve physical activity and skills. Sports help to overcome adversities and win. Playing sports helps release pressure and tension in a healthy and controlled way, and improves mood, and concentration.

The main types of sports are spectator sports and participatory sports. Spectator sports include the presentation of sporting events by teams and clubs or independent athletes. The various sources of revenue are media rights, merchandising, tickets, and sponsorship and involve different ownerships including chained, and standalone.

The sports market research report is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provides sports market statistics, including sports industry global market size, regional shares, competitors with a sports market share, detailed sports market segments, market trends, and opportunities, and any further data you may need to thrive in the sports industry.

  • This sports market research report delivers a complete perspective of everything you need, with an in-depth analysis of the current and future scenario of the industry.
  • The global sports market grew from $486.61 billion in 2022 to $512.14 billion in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.2%.

The Russia-Ukraine war disrupted the chances of global economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, at least in the short term. The war between these two countries has led to economic sanctions on multiple countries, a surge in commodity prices, and supply chain disruptions, causing inflation across goods and services and affecting many markets across the globe.

  1. The sports market is expected to grow to $623.63 billion in 2027 at a CAGR of 5.0%.
  2. The market is expected to benefit from the steady economic growth forecasted for many developed and developing countries.
  3. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) stated that the global real GDP growth was 3.7% in 2019 and 2020 and 3.6% from 2021 to 2023.

Recovering commodity prices are further expected to be a significant factor driving economic growth. The US economy is expected to register stable growth during the forecast period. Additionally, emerging markets are expected to continue to grow slightly faster than developed markets in the forecast period.

For instance, India’s GDP grew at 8.7% in 2021-22, up by 1.5% compared to 2019-20, whereas China registered a GDP growth of 8.1% in 2021. This continued economic growth is expected to drive the demand for sports. The outbreak of COVID-19 disease (COVID-19) has acted as a massive restraint on the sports market in 2020 as governments globally imposed lockdowns and restricted domestic and international travel limiting the need for services offered by these establishments.

COVID-19 is an infectious disease with flu-like symptoms including fever, cough, and difficulty in breathing. The virus was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei province of the People’s Republic of China, and spread globally including Western Europe, North America, and Asia.

  • Steps by national governments to contain the transmission have resulted in the closure of recreational facilities with countries entering a state of ‘lockdown’ and the outbreak hurt businesses throughout 2020 and into 2021.
  • However, it is expected that the sports market will recover from the shock across the forecast period as it is a ‘black swan event and not related to ongoing or fundamental weaknesses in the market or the global economy.

Sports organizers are implementing virtual reality (VR) technology to improve the spectators’ experience in sporting events. Virtual reality generates images, sounds, and other sensations that simulate a physical presence in an imaginary environment. Clubs and teams are experimenting with simulated and 360-degree environments to enhance the match viewing experience of the spectators by allowing them to have a virtual walkthrough of the stadium or the race track and view the match from different angles.

For instance, the NBA game between the Sacramento Kings and San Antonio Spurs was broadcasted in VR. NASCAR has created an interactive fan area at the race tracks with the implementation of virtual reality. Major companies in the market include Maruhan, Life Time Fitness, Inc., Liberty Media Corporation, Futbol Club Barcelona, Dallas Cowboys, Heiwa Corporation, Manchester City F.C., New York Yankees, Manchester United Football Club, and Juventus.

North America was the largest region in the sports market in 2022. Africa is expected to be the fastest-growing region in the forecast period. The regions covered in the sports market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East, and Africa.

The countries covered in the sports market are Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, UK, USA, Venezuela, and Vietnam.

The sports market includes revenues earned by entities by providing services like live sporting events before a paying audience or entities that operate golf courses and country clubs, skiing facilities, marinas, fitness, and recreational sports centers, and bowling centers.

The market value includes the value of related goods sold by the service provider or included within the service offering. Only goods and services traded between entities or sold to end consumers are included. The market value is defined as the revenues that enterprises gain from the sale of goods and/or services within the specified market and geography through sales, grants, or donations in terms of the currency (in USD, unless otherwise specified).

The revenues for a specified geography are consumption values that are revenues generated by organizations in the specified geography within the market, irrespective of where they are produced. It does not include revenues from resales along the supply chain, either further along the supply chain or as part of other products.

Table Of Contents 1. Executive Summary 2. Report Structure 3. Sports Market Characteristics 3.1. Market Definition 3.2. Key Segmentations 4. Sports Market Product Analysis 4.1. Leading Products/ Services 4.2. Key Features and Differentiators 4.3. Development Products 5. Sports Market Supply Chain 5.1. Supply Chain 5.2. Distribution 5.3. End Customers 6. Sports Market Customer Information 6.1. Customer Preferences 6.2. End Use Market Size and Growth 7. Sports Market Trends And Strategies 8. Sports Market – Macro Economic Scenario 8.1 COVID-19 Impact On Sports Market 8.2 Ukraine-Russia War Impact On Sports Market 8.3 Impact Of High Inflation On Sports Market 9. Sports Market Size And Growth 9.1. Market Size 9.2. Historic Market Growth, Value ($ Billion) 9.2.1. Drivers Of The Market 9.2.2. Restraints On The Market 9.3. Forecast Market Growth, Value ($ Billion) 9.3.1. Drivers Of The Market 9.3.2. Restraints On The Market 10. Sports Market Regional Analysis 10.1. Global Sports Market, 2022, By Region, Value ($ Billion) 10.2. Global Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Region 10.3. Global Sports Market, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Region 11. Sports Market Segmentation 11.1. Global Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, $ Billion Spectator Sports Participatory Sports 11.2. Global Sports Market, Segmentation By Revenue Source, Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, $ Billion Media Rights Merchandising Tickets Sponsorship 11.3. Global Sports Market, Segmentation By Ownership, Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, $ Billion Chained Standalone 12. Sports Market Segments 12.1. Global Spectator Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) – Sports Team & Clubs; Racing & Individual Sports 12.2. Global Participatory Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) – Golf Courses And Country Clubs; Skiing Facilities; Marinas; Fitness And Recreational Sports Centers; Bowling Centers; Other Participatory Sports 13. Sports Market Metrics 13.1. Sports Market Size, Percentage Of GDP, 2017-2027, Global 13.2. Per Capita Average Sports Market Expenditure, 2017-2027, Global 14. Asia-Pacific Sports Market 14.1. Asia-Pacific Sports Market Overview Region Information, Impact Of COVID-19, Market Information, Background Information, Government Initiatives, Regulations, Regulatory Bodies, Major Associations, Taxes Levied, Corporate Tax Structure, Investments, Major Companies 14.2. Asia-Pacific, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion) 14.3. Asia-Pacific, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country 14.4. Asia-Pacific, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country 14.5. Asia-Pacific, Sports Market Metrics 14.5.1. Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Asia-Pacific Countries 14.5.2. Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Asia-Pacific Countries 14.5.3. Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Asia-Pacific Countries 14.6. Asia-Pacific Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7. Asia-Pacific Sports Market: Country Analysis 14.7.1. China Sports Market 14.7.1.1. China Sports Market Overview 14.7.1.2. China Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.2. Australia Sports Market 14.7.2.1. Australia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.3. Hong Kong Sports Market 14.7.3.1. Hong Kong Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.4. India Sports Market 14.7.4.1. India Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.5. Indonesia Sports Market 14.7.5.1. Indonesia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.6. Japan Sports Market 14.7.6.1. Japan Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.7. Malaysia Sports Market 14.7.7.1. Malaysia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.8. New Zealand Sports Market 14.7.8.1. New Zealand Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.9. Philippines Sports Market 14.7.9.1. Philippines Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.10. Singapore Sports Market 14.7.10.1. Singapore Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.11. South Korea Sports Market 14.7.11.1. South Korea Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.12. Thailand Sports Market 14.7.12.1. Thailand Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.13. Vietnam Sports Market 14.7.13.1. Vietnam Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 14.7.14. Bangladesh Sports Market 14.7.14.1. Bangladesh Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15. Western Europe Sports Market 15.1. Western Europe Sports Market Overview 15.2. Western Europe, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion) 15.3. Western Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country 15.4. Western Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country 15.5. Western Europe, Sports Market Metrics 15.5.1. Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Western Europe Countries 15.5.2. Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Western Europe Countries 15.5.3. Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Western Europe Countries 15.6. Western Europe Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7. Western Europe Sports Market: Country Analysis 15.7.1. Austria Sports Market 15.7.1.1. Austria Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.2. Belgium Sports Market 15.7.2.1. Belgium Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.3. Denmark Sports Market 15.7.3.1. Denmark Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.4. Finland Sports Market 15.7.4.1. Finland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.5. France Sports Market 15.7.5.1. France Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.6. Germany Sports Market 15.7.6.1. Germany Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.7. Ireland Sports Market 15.7.7.1. Ireland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.8. Italy Sports Market 15.7.8.1. Italy Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.9. Netherlands Sports Market 15.7.9.1. Netherlands Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.10. Norway Sports Market 15.7.10.1. Norway Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.11. Portugal Sports Market 15.7.11.1. Portugal Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.12. Spain Sports Market 15.7.12.1. Spain Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.13. Sweden Sports Market 15.7.13.1. Sweden Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.14. Switzerland Sports Market 15.7.14.1. Switzerland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 15.7.15. UK Sports Market 15.7.15.1. UK Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 16. Eastern Europe Sports Market 16.1. Eastern Europe Sports Market Overview 16.2. Eastern Europe, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion) 16.3. Eastern Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country 16.4. Eastern Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country 16.5. Eastern Europe, Sports Market Metrics 16.5.1. Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Eastern Europe Countries 16.5.2. Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Eastern Europe Countries 16.5.3. Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Eastern Europe Countries 16.6. Eastern Europe Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 16.7. Eastern Europe Sports Market: Country Analysis 16.7.1. Czech Republic Sports Market, 16.7.1.1. Czech Republic Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 16.7.2. Poland Sports Market 16.7.2.1. Poland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 16.7.3. Romania Sports Market 16.7.3.1. Romania Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 16.7.4. Russia Sports Market 16.7.4.1. Russia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 16.7.5. Ukraine Sports Market 16.7.5.1. Ukraine Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 17. North America Sports Market 17.1. North America Sports Market Overview 17.2. North America, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion) 17.3. North America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country 17.4. North America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country 17.5. North America, Sports Market Metrics 17.5.1. Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, North America Countries 17.5.2. Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, North America Countries 17.5.3. Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, North America Countries 17.6. North America Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 17.7. North America Sports Market: Country Analysis 17.7.1. Canada Sports Market 17.7.1.1. Canada Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 17.7.2. Mexico Sports Market 17.7.2.1. Mexico Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 17.7.3. USA Sports Market 17.7.3.1. USA Sports Market Overview 17.7.3.2. USA Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 18. South America Sports Market 18.1. South America Sports Market Overview 18.2. South America, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion) 18.3. South America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country 18.4. South America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country 18.5. South America, Sports Market Metrics 18.5.1. Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, South America Countries 18.5.2. Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, South America Countries 18.5.3. Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, South America Countries 18.6. South America Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 18.7. South America Sports Market: Country Analysis 18.7.1. Argentina Sports Market 18.7.1.1. Argentina Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 18.7.2. Brazil Sports Market 18.7.2.1. Brazil Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 18.7.3. Chile Sports Market 18.7.3.1. Chile Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 18.7.4. Colombia Sports Market 18.7.4.1. Colombia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 18.7.5. Peru Sports Market 18.7.5.1. Peru Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 18.7.6. Venezuela Sports Market 18.7.6.1. Venezuela Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 19. Middle East Sports Market 19.1. Middle East Sports Market Overview 19.2. Middle East, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion) 19.3. Middle East, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country 19.4. Middle East, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country 19.5. Middle East, Sports Market Metrics 19.5.1. Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Middle East Countries 19.5.2. Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Middle East Countries 19.5.3. Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Middle East Countries 19.6. Middle East Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 19.7. Middle East Sports Market: Country Analysis 19.7.1. Saudi Arabia Sports Market 19.7.1.1. Saudi Arabia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 19.7.2. Israel Sports Market 19.7.2.1. Israel Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 19.7.3. Turkey Sports Market 19.7.3.1. Turkey Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 19.7.4. UAE Sports Market 19.7.4.1. UAE Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 20. Africa Sports Market 20.1. Africa Sports Market Overview 20.2. Africa, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion) 20.3. Africa, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country 20.4. Africa, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country 20.5. Africa, Sports Market Metrics 20.5.1. Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Africa Countries 20.5.2. Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Africa Countries 20.5.3. Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Africa Countries 20.6. Africa Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 20.7. Africa Sports Market: Country Analysis 20.7.1. Egypt Sports Market 20.7.1.1. Egypt Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 20.7.2. Nigeria Sports Market 20.7.2.1. Nigeria Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 20.7.3. South Africa Sports Market 20.7.3.1. South Africa Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion) 21. Sports Market Competitive Landscape 21.1. Competitive Market Overview 21.2. Market Shares 21.3. Company Profiles 21.3.1. Maruhan 21.3.1.1. Company Overview 21.3.1.2. Products And Services 21.3.1.3. Strategy 21.3.1.4. Financial Performance 21.3.2. Life Time Fitness, Inc.21.3.2.1. Company Overview 21.3.2.2. Products And Services 21.3.2.3. Strategy 21.3.2.4. Financial Performance 21.3.3. Liberty Media Corporation 21.3.3.1. Company Overview 21.3.3.2. Products And Services 21.3.3.3. Strategy 21.3.3.4. Financial Performance 21.3.4. Futbol Club Barcelona 21.3.4.1. Company Overview 21.3.4.2. Products And Services 21.3.4.3. Strategy 21.3.4.4. Financial Performance 21.3.5. Dallas Cowboys 21.3.5.1. Company Overview 21.3.5.2. Products And Services 21.3.5.3. Strategy 21.3.5.4. Financial Performance 22. Key Mergers And Acquisitions In The Sports Market 23. Market Background: Recreation Market 23.1. Recreation Market Characteristics 23.2. Recreation Market Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth, By Segment, Value ($ Billion), Global 23.3. Global Recreation Market, 2022, By Region, Value ($ Billion) 23.4. Global Recreation Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Region 23.5. Global Recreation Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Segmentation By Type, Value ($ Billion) 24. Recommendations 24.1. Global Sports Market In 2027- Growth Countries 24.2. Global Sports Market In 2027- Growth Segments 24.3. Global Sports Market In 2027- Growth Strategies 25. Appendix 25.1. NAICS Definitions Of Industry Covered In This Report 25.2. Abbreviations 25.3. Currencies 25.4. Historic And Forecast Inflation Rates 25.5. Research Inquiries 25.6. The Business Research Company 26. Copyright And Disclaimer

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    Table 1: Historic Market Growth, Value ($ Billion)

  • Table 2: Forecast Market Growth, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 3: Global Sports Market, 2022, By Region, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 4: Global Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Region
  • Table 5: Global Sports Market, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Region
  • Table 6: Global Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, $ Billion
  • Table 7: Global Sports Market, Segmentation By Revenue Source, Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, $ Billion
  • Table 8: Global Sports Market, Segmentation By Ownership, Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, $ Billion
  • Table 9: Global Spectator Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 10: Global Participatory Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 11: Sports Market Size, Percentage Of GDP, 2017-2027, Global
  • Table 12: Per Capita Average Sports Market Expenditure, 2017-2027, Global
  • Table 13: Asia-Pacific, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 14: Asia-Pacific, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Table 15: Asia-Pacific, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Table 16: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Asia-Pacific Countries
  • Table 17: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Asia-Pacific Countries
  • Table 18: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Asia-Pacific Countries
  • Table 19: Asia-Pacific Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 20: China Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 21: Australia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 22: Hong Kong Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 23: India Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 24: Indonesia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 25: Japan Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 26: Malaysia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 27: New Zealand Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 28: Philippines Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 29: Singapore Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 30: South Korea Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 31: Thailand Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 32: Vietnam Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 33: Bangladesh Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 34: Western Europe, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 35: Western Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Table 36: Western Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Table 37: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Western Europe Countries
  • Table 38: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Western Europe Countries
  • Table 39: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Western Europe Countries
  • Table 40: Western Europe Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 41: Austria Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 42: Belgium Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 43: Denmark Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 44: Finland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 45: France Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 46: Germany Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 47: Ireland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 48: Italy Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 49: Netherlands Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 50: Norway Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 51: Portugal Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 52: Spain Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 53: Sweden Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 54: Switzerland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 55: UK Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 56: Eastern Europe, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 57: Eastern Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Table 58: Eastern Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Table 59: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Eastern Europe Countries
  • Table 60: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Eastern Europe Countries
  • Table 61: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Eastern Europe Countries
  • Table 62: Eastern Europe Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 63: Czech Republic Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 64: Poland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 65: Romania Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 66: Russia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 67: Ukraine Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 68: North America, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 69: North America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Table 70: North America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Table 71: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, North America Countries
  • Table 72: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, North America Countries
  • Table 73: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, North America Countries
  • Table 74: North America Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 75: Canada Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 76: Mexico Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 77: USA Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 78: South America, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 79: South America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Table 80: South America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Table 81: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, South America Countries
  • Table 82: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, South America Countries
  • Table 83: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, South America Countries
  • Table 84: South America Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 85: Argentina Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 86: Brazil Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 87: Chile Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 88: Colombia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 89: Peru Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 90: Venezuela Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 91: Middle East, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 92: Middle East, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Table 93: Middle East, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Table 94: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Middle East Countries
  • Table 95: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Middle East Countries
  • Table 96: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Middle East Countries
  • Table 97: Middle East Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 98: Saudi Arabia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 99: Israel Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 100: Turkey Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 101: UAE Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 102: Africa, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 103: Africa, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Table 104: Africa, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Table 105: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Africa Countries
  • Table 106: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Africa Countries
  • Table 107: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Africa Countries
  • Table 108: Africa Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 109: Egypt Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 110: Nigeria Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 111: South Africa Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 112: Maruhan Financial Performance
  • Table 113: Life Time Fitness, Inc. Financial Performance
  • Table 114: Liberty Media Corporation Financial Performance
  • Table 115: Futbol Club Barcelona Financial Performance
  • Table 116: Dallas Cowboys Financial Performance
  • Table 117: Recreation Market Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth, By Segment, Value ($ Billion), Global
  • Table 118: Global Recreation Market, 2022, By Region, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 119: Global Recreation Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Region
  • Table 120: Global Recreation Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Segmentation By Type, Value ($ Billion)
  • Table 121: Global Sports Market In 2027- Growth Countries
  • Table 122: Global Sports Market In 2027- Growth Segments
  • Table 123: Global Sports Market In 2027- Growth Strategies
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List Of Figures

    Figure 1: Historic Market Growth, Value ($ Billion)

  • Figure 2: Forecast Market Growth, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 3: Global Sports Market, 2022, By Region, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 4: Global Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Region
  • Figure 5: Global Sports Market, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Region
  • Figure 6: Global Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, $ Billion
  • Figure 7: Global Sports Market, Segmentation By Revenue Source, Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, $ Billion
  • Figure 8: Global Sports Market, Segmentation By Ownership, Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, $ Billion
  • Figure 9: Global Spectator Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 10: Global Participatory Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 11: Sports Market Size, Percentage Of GDP, 2017-2027, Global
  • Figure 12: Per Capita Average Sports Market Expenditure, 2017-2027, Global
  • Figure 13: Asia-Pacific, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 14: Asia-Pacific, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Figure 15: Asia-Pacific, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Figure 16: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Asia-Pacific Countries
  • Figure 17: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Asia-Pacific Countries
  • Figure 18: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Asia-Pacific Countries
  • Figure 19: Asia-Pacific Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 20: China Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 21: Australia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 22: Hong Kong Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 23: India Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 24: Indonesia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 25: Japan Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 26: Malaysia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 27: New Zealand Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 28: Philippines Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 29: Singapore Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 30: South Korea Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 31: Thailand Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 32: Vietnam Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 33: Bangladesh Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 34: Western Europe, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 35: Western Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Figure 36: Western Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Figure 37: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Western Europe Countries
  • Figure 38: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Western Europe Countries
  • Figure 39: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Western Europe Countries
  • Figure 40: Western Europe Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 41: Austria Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 42: Belgium Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 43: Denmark Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 44: Finland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 45: France Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 46: Germany Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 47: Ireland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 48: Italy Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 49: Netherlands Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 50: Norway Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 51: Portugal Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 52: Spain Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 53: Sweden Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 54: Switzerland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 55: UK Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 56: Eastern Europe, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 57: Eastern Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Figure 58: Eastern Europe, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Figure 59: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Eastern Europe Countries
  • Figure 60: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Eastern Europe Countries
  • Figure 61: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Eastern Europe Countries
  • Figure 62: Eastern Europe Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 63: Czech Republic Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 64: Poland Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 65: Romania Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 66: Russia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 67: Ukraine Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 68: North America, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 69: North America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Figure 70: North America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Figure 71: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, North America Countries
  • Figure 72: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, North America Countries
  • Figure 73: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, North America Countries
  • Figure 74: North America Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 75: Canada Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 76: Mexico Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 77: USA Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 78: South America, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 79: South America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Figure 80: South America, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Figure 81: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, South America Countries
  • Figure 82: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, South America Countries
  • Figure 83: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, South America Countries
  • Figure 84: South America Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 85: Argentina Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 86: Brazil Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 87: Chile Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 88: Colombia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 89: Peru Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 90: Venezuela Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 91: Middle East, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 92: Middle East, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Figure 93: Middle East, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Figure 94: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Middle East Countries
  • Figure 95: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Middle East Countries
  • Figure 96: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Middle East Countries
  • Figure 97: Middle East Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 98: Saudi Arabia Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 99: Israel Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 100: Turkey Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 101: UAE Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 102: Africa, Sports Market, 2022, By Country, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 103: Africa, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Country
  • Figure 104: Africa, Sports Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth And Market Share Comparison, By Country
  • Figure 105: Per Capita Average Sports Expenditure, 2017-2027, Africa Countries
  • Figure 106: Number of Enterprises, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Enterprises, 2022, Africa Countries
  • Figure 107: Number of Employees, Sports Market, Sports Market/Number of Employees, 2022, Africa Countries
  • Figure 108: Africa Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 109: Egypt Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 110: Nigeria Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 111: South Africa Sports Market, Segmentation By Type, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 112: Maruhan Financial Performance
  • Figure 113: Life Time Fitness, Inc. Financial Performance
  • Figure 114: Liberty Media Corporation Financial Performance
  • Figure 115: Futbol Club Barcelona Financial Performance
  • Figure 116: Dallas Cowboys Financial Performance
  • Figure 117: Recreation Market Historic and Forecast, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Growth, By Segment, Value ($ Billion), Global
  • Figure 118: Global Recreation Market, 2022, By Region, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 119: Global Recreation Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Historic And Forecast, By Region
  • Figure 120: Global Recreation Market, 2017-2022, 2022-2027F, 2032F, Segmentation By Type, Value ($ Billion)
  • Figure 121: Global Sports Market In 2027- Growth Countries
  • Figure 122: Global Sports Market In 2027- Growth Segments
  • Figure 123: Global Sports Market In 2027- Growth Strategies

How big is the sports world?

Sporting goods –

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What is the total value of the sports industry?

The sports market – Article The global sports industry is worth up to $620 billion today. With growth that is faster than global GDP, its long-term prospects appear strong. The sports industry today spans the field of play—from the food and memorabilia stands at the stadium, to media rights and sponsorships.

The many participants in this market are competing for a bigger slice of a pie worth as much as €450 billion. Today’s global sports industry is worth between €350 billion and €450 billion ($480-$620 billion), according to a recent Kearney study of sports teams, leagues and federations. This includes infrastructure construction, sporting goods, licensed products and live sports events.

Live sports events in particular offer a compelling proposition to different industry participants—from free-to-air broadcasters seeking viewers and advertising revenues and pay-TV broadcasters looking for loyal subscribers, to sponsors moving away from traditional media, event organizers, athletes and spectators.

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Our independent analysis, commissioned by Lagardère Unlimited, finds that the global sports industry is growing much faster than national gross domestic product (GDP) rates around the world.1 And the global sports value chain—its size, makeup and revenues—has significant growth prospects for the future.

The worldwide sports events market, defined as all ticketing, media and marketing revenues for major sports, was worth €45 billion ($64 billion) in 2009. Football (soccer) remains king: Global revenues for this sport equal €20 billion ($28 billion) yearly—almost as much as the combined €23 billion ($32 billion) in revenues for all U.S.

  1. Sports, Formula 1 racing, tennis and golf (see figure 1).
  2. In Europe alone, football is a €16 billion ($22 billion) business, with the five biggest leagues accounting for half of the market, and the top 20 teams comprising roughly one-quarter of the market.2 In general, the most popular sports, such as football and those based in the United States, are growing faster than tennis and golf.

Rugby is emerging and has grown exponentially since becoming a professional sport in 1995 (see figure 2). A country-by-country breakdown finds that the sports industry is growing faster than GDP both in fast-growing economies, such as the booming BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China), and in more mature markets in Europe and North America. The economy of sports also reflects its cyclical nature.

Many of the world’s premier sporting events occur every two to four years—the FIFA World Cup and Summer Olympics, for example, take place every four years. Figure 3 shows that yearly sports revenues have grown steadily, yet how that money is spent changes every year. In 2008, for example, major events accounted for 8 percent of worldwide sports revenues thanks largely to the Beijing Olympics and UEFA Euro 2008 football tournament in Austria and Switzerland.

In quieter years (2007, for example), major events make up barely 1 percent of worldwide sports revenues. How do sports create value? Rights owners define the structure of professional sports around the world. They set the rules, organize the events and take responsibility for generating revenues from matches, media and marketing rights. The sports value chain is structured around four pillars shown in figure 4: Properties. The properties managed by rights owners are the intangible assets that draw fans and money. They include a wide range of parties, including leagues (such as the Premier League), pro tours (golf’s PGA Tour), teams (the New York Yankees) and athletes (Roger Federer, Lionel Messi).

Rights management. Historically, monetization of properties was based on gate “take” (revenues) but now professional sports depend on media and marketing rights for more sources of revenues. Rights owners, or sports agencies acting on their behalf, not only structure the deals but also trade media and marketing rights.

Events. Effective rights management depends first on operating live events. An enjoyable experience for fans can create additional opportunities for revenue. Content. The stadiums can only seat a certain number of fans, but packaging content for broadcasters’ and sponsors’ needs is a vital part of creating revenue in modern sports.

Structured around these four pillars, the sports value chain becomes a virtuous circle. Shaping a property can help increase its value through tailored rights management and content packaging can make it more attractive. For example, when cricket organizers created “Twenty20” cricket in 2003, shortening the typical game from several days to a few hours, they shaped a format better suited to live broadcasting.

This sports value chain applies similarly to the entertainment industry—including book publishing, music production and other live-event-based markets (see sidebar: The wide world of sports). Going forward, the next sports cycle will likely bring somewhat reduced growth, from 6 percent per year down to 4 percent (see figure 5). Media rights revenues will plateau. In the wake of the economic downturn, media rights revenues will likely level off, as broadcasters face increased pressure to reduce programming costs. Negotiations are often based on bargaining power of only a few broadcasters (or in some cases just one), making outcomes difficult to predict, but conservatively we estimate overall media rights to remain stable.

Because broadcasters acquire media rights in multi-year contracts, the full impact of the financial crisis may not be felt for a few years. For football, this plateau in media rights revenues likely translates to a growth slowdown from 8 percent to 4 percent per year. Ticket sales and sponsorships will bounce back.

Growth in ticket sales and sponsorships is typically tied to macroeconomic factors. A recovering economy should help bolster these areas again. “Premium” content: Broadcasters’ battles will continue. Worldwide sports remain premium and exclusive content for broadcasters—attracting large audiences—but making money may prove elusive as consumption patterns change, the Internet proliferates and new players emerge.

How will multiscreen media drive additional revenues for broadcasters? What new business models will be required to generate content on smartphones and tablets? How to deal with the potential risks of content piracy in an increasingly digital world? What are the best strategies for traditional broadcasters facing competition from Internet-based platforms willing to acquire and distribute content? These and other issues will continue to challenge broadcasters through 2015.

Demand is growing, but supply won’t always keep up. Increasing the amount of exposure sports properties receive is appealing to sponsors, but team sports are usually limited by a finite number of teams and games (for example, 18 to 20 in football leagues, and 16 in the NFL).

Even in individual sports such as golf and tennis, the calendar constrains how many public appearances athletes can make. Hence, even though demand is high, offers for sponsored platforms cannot match it, fueling a race for longer and more exclusive contracts. Sponsors will have to scrutinize their sports investments more effectively, a vital issue as the industry moves into the future.

The wave of new stadiums around the globe, the growing size of television contracts and the continued proliferation of sports advertising portends an industry that continues to soar, even as the global economy climbs out of recession.1 This paper has been produced independently and does not necessarily represent the views of Lagardère Unlimited.2 The five biggest football leagues are the U.K.’s Premier League, Germany’s Bundesliga, Italy’s Serie A, Spain’s La Liga and France’s Ligue 1.

Which country has the largest sports industry?

In 2018, the United States accounted for a 32.5 percent share of the global sports market. China represented 12.7 percent of market. The global sports market was valued at approximately 471 billion U.S. dollars that year.

Is football the biggest industry?

We at SportyFi often throw around the phrase “sports industry” in the context of our project. Let’s see what the expression really means. – Sports is and industry full of passion, feelings, euphoria and also big disappointments — both for fans as well as for athletes trying to do their best. But the sports industry is also a business — one of the biggest ones. Football (soccer) is by far the number 1 sport in the world. The estimates on how big the sports industry is, varies by source, but it’s commonly considered to be more than $500 billion, with some estimates running up to $1.3 trillion! The industry connects many different activities, ranging from hot dogs sold at sports events to multimillion transfer fees paid by the biggest clubs when acquiring new superstars.

The business features numerous participants: from rights owners (athletes, clubs, leagues and federations) to sports agencies, sponsors, investors and broadcasters — competing over a bigger and bigger pie, as the sports industry is growing faster than most. But not all sports disciplines are represented equally in these finances.

Number one, worldwide, is — no surprise here — association football (soccer), with a 43% share of the global financial sports market. Football (American) is also on a distant second place, with 13%. Baseball (12%), Formula 1 (7%) and basketball (6%) are the only three sports also having an over 5% share in addition to the top two. Golf takes 3% of the sports financial pie. There are over 8,000 indigenous sports and sporting games — and all of them, excluding the ones mentioned above, take up only 8% of the global financial turnover in sports — even though you can compete professionally in a lot of them.

  • The pie here is comparatively small, but still in the billions, combined.
  • Here is where SportyFi comes into the picture.
  • We want to spread the possibility of success, which always requires a solid financial base, to a wider audience of athletes and clubs, by circumventing existing mechanisms and opening up the industry to small investors — no matter what the sport! Need more details? Check out the SportyFi Website or read the SportyFi Whitepaper,

And come chat with us on Telegram, Sources:

Plunkett Research — Sports Industry Statistic and Market Size Overview, Business and Industry Statistics (2016) World Association for Sports Management Series — Global Sport Management: Contemporary issues and inquiries (2017) A.T. Kearney — The Sports Market (2011) World Sports Encyclopedia (2003)

Is FIFA the largest sporting?

FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) is the international governing association of the sport of football, known as soccer in the United States. In fact, it is the largest sporting governing body in the world.

Which sport is the richest?

1. Football – Allan Saint-Maximin of Newcastle United FC (10) controls the ball as Bukayo Saka of Arsenal (7) defends during a match at Emirates Stadium on January 03, 2023, in London, England. Photo: Serena Taylor Source: Getty Images The most popular sport in the world and the one with the largest market share is football.

With a $600 billion market cap, it controls 43% of the global sports market. The Premier League made $5.43 billion in revenue in the 2021-22 season, and other leagues like La Liga, Serie A, and Bundesliga also made a sizable amount of money. The average salary for a professional athlete in this field is $4 million.

Forbes listed three football stars as the highest-paid athletes in 2022. Lionel Messi ranked first with a net worth of $130 million, Cristiano Ronaldo ranked third with a net worth of $115 million and Neymar at number four with a net worth of $95 million.

Sport is one of the most common past times for everyone and has already established itself as a lucrative activity. Professional athletes can get rich really quick by playing sports since they earn millions of dollars. READ ALSO: NFL cheerleader salary: How much do cheerleaders make in the NFL? Sportsbrief published an article about NFL cheerleader salaries.

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What sport owns the most money?

Highest Paying NFL Teams – The NFL pays out the highest amount of total salaries in the world with a whopping collective of $6.7 million in 2022! This is shared among all 1,486 players in the NFL making the overall average salary for a player in the NFL just over $4.5 million.

With each team in the NFL playing seventeen games a season that is an average of $260,000 per game played. That kind of income can buy a lot of cheeseburgers. However, the average is heavily skewed by the biggest contracts in the league. The median salary for an NFL player is $860,000, which, while still an obscene amount of money, paints a more accurate picture of the typical compensation for an NFL player.

Below is a chart listing the annual salaries of all the teams in the NFL in 2023:

Rank Team Average Annual Salary
1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers $7,116,617
2 Miami Dolphins $6,189,379
3 San Francisco 49ers $6,066,029
4 Jacksonville Jaguars $6,000,106
5 Kansas City Chiefs $5,958,323
6 Buffalo Bills $5,934,710
7 Los Angeles Chargers $5,806,316
8 New Orleans Saints $5,586,339
9 Minnesota Vikings $5,010,072
10 Dallas Cowboys $4,992,801
11 Seattle Seahawks $4,991,376
12 New York Jets $4,830,275
13 Cleveland Browns $4,612,904
14 Carolina Panthers $4,603,567
15 Tennessee Titans $4,598,790
16 Los Angeles Rams $4,516,079
17 Detroit Lions $4,446,446
18 Pittsburgh Steelers $4,363,283
19 Cincinnati Bengals $4,353,933
20 Arizona Cardinals $4,213,586
21 Baltimore Ravens $4,171,070
22 Las Vegas Raiders $4,156,681
23 Green Bay Packers $4,064,373
24 New York Giants $3,985,066
25 Philadelphia Eagles $3,932,774
26 Houston Texans $3,928,207
27 Indianapolis Colts $3,905,025
28 Denver Broncos $3,858,597
29 Washington Commanders $3,735,003
30 New England Patriots $3,249,909
31 Atlanta Falcons $2,933,939
32 Chicago Bears $2,294,532

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What is the biggest revenue for sport?

Major Professional Sports Leagues: The US & Canada Professional sports leagues have become one of the most lucrative entertainment industries in the world. According to a report by the Businesswire, the global sports market will reach a value of US$614.1 billion by 2022.

  1. As per expectation, it is likely to grow at a CAGR of 5.9%.
  2. The big four professional sports in the USA are the NFL, the MLB, the NBA, and the NHL.
  3. Other leagues are the MSL and the CFL.
  4. These sports leagues tend to have a huge fan following around the world.
  5. In 2018, the average number of fans who attended the games of these six leagues was 15,000.

Let’s understand these leagues better.1- Major League Baseball In the US, MLB is the oldest professional sports league. Major League Baseball consists of 30 teams. Out of these 30 teams, 15 teams play in the National League and the other 15 in the American League.

  1. The MLB season, with 162-games, is the longest of the major American sports.
  2. After the regular season, the highest-ranking teams enter playoff games.
  3. Total eight teams, four from each league, get into the playoffs.
  4. Eventually, the winner from the AL and the NL plays in the World Series.
  5. Thus, the champion of the season is determined.

After the NFL, MLB is the wealthiest professional sports league by revenue. In 2019, MLB revenue was around US$10.7 billion, How Big Is The Sports Industry 2- National Football League The NFL, formed in 1920, is America’s most popular professional sports league. It consists of 32 franchises, divided between NFC and AFC, competing each year to win the world’s biggest annual sports event, the Super Bowl. There is a further subdivision of 16 teams of each conference in four four-team divisions that are North, South, East, and West.

  • Each division winner enters the playoffs, and there are two non-division winners wild card entries as well.
  • Playoffs consist of four rounds.
  • The Super Bowl is the last round, where two conference champions compete with each other to determine the league champion.
  • As per revenue, the NFL is the wealthiest professional sports league.

In 2018, the NFL was the most profitable sports league, with US$16 billion in revenue, How Big Is The Sports Industry 3- National Basketball Association The NBA, founded in 1946, is an American professional basketball league. It consists of 30 teams, with two conferences of 15 teams each. Each team plays 82 games. There are further three divisions of these 15 teams in each conference. How Big Is The Sports Industry 4- National Hockey League The NHL, founded in 1917, is the second-oldest major professional team sports league in North America. The NHL consists of 31 clubs in two conferences and four divisions. The three highest-placed teams in each division from each conference enter the playoffs. How Big Is The Sports Industry 5- Major League Soccer The MLS, founded in 1993, is a professional soccer league authorized by the United States Soccer Federation. It celebrates its 25th Season in 2020, featuring 26 clubs throughout the United States and Canada. It comprises 23 in the U.S.

  1. And three in Canada.
  2. The MLS is planning to expand the number of teams to 30 by the 2023 season.
  3. The regular-season of MLS starts from late February to October.
  4. In the 2020 MLS season, each team plays two games against every team in its conference.6- Canadian Football League The CFL, officially founded in 1958, is a professional sports league in Canada.

It consists of nine teams located in nine major cities across the country. In 2012, the CFL celebrated the 100th year of the Grey Cup, which is a championship game and the largest single-day sporting event in Canada. The 2019 CFL season featured a 21-week regular season, with 18 games with three bye weeks.

  1. After the regular season, six teams compete in the three-week divisional playoffs to enter the Grey Cup championship game in late November.
  2. Final Thoughts The above listed major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada are going global, drawing the attention of a growing fan base outside the US.

All six sports leagues enjoy wide-ranging media coverage, making a positive impact in North America and Europe, both in terms of business and on the field.

Which sport is the biggest business?

The business of football and why it is the most lucrative sport. Major league sports are a massive business. Through many avenues, billions upon billions of dollars are generated every year from what is simply a game. From the players to the leagues to the fans, everyone has their part in this massive money-making industry.

Is football more popular in Europe?

Association football – Association football is the most popular sport in almost all countries of Europe, European national teams have won 12 of 21 editions of the FIFA World Cup, Italy and Germany have won four titles each, followed by France with two titles and England and Spain, each won the World Cup once.

  • UEFA, the governing body for European football, has hosted the UEFA European Championship since 1960, and the UEFA Women’s Championship since 1984.
  • The most popular and successful football leagues are the English Premier League, the Spanish La Liga, the German Bundesliga, the Italian Serie A, the French Ligue 1 and the Portuguese Primeira Liga,

Other main football leagues on the continent are the Russian Premier League, the Turkish Süper Lig and the Dutch Eredivisie, The top clubs in each league play the UEFA Champions League, while lower-ranked clubs compete in UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Europa Conference League,

What sport is more popular than football?

Overview – The most popular team sports in the United States are American football, baseball, basketball, ice hockey, and soccer. All five of these team sports are popular with fans, are widely watched on television, have a fully professional league, are played by millions of Americans, enjoy varsity status at many Division I colleges, and are played in high schools throughout the country. Location of the franchises (teams) of the big five leagues in United States and Canada

Sport Favorite sport TV viewing record (since 2010) 1 Major professional league Participants (millions) NCAA DI Teams (men + women) States (HS) 2
American football 37% 114.4 m NFL 8.9 m 249 (249M + 0W) 51
Basketball 11% 50.4 m NBA 30.3 m 698 (351M + 349W) 51
Baseball 9% 35.0m MLB 19.1 m 589 (298M + 291W) 49
Association football (soccer) 7% 29.3m MLS 19.6 m 531 (205M + 332W) 51
Ice hockey 4% 43.6m NHL 3.1 m 102 (61M + 41W) 20

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  • TV viewing record measures the game with the most TV viewers in the U.S. since 2005 for each sport: 2015 Super Bowl, 2016 NBA Finals Game 7, 2016 World Series Game 7, 2014 FIFA World Cup Final, and 2010 Winter Olympics Gold medal ice hockey game.
  • The column titled “States (HS)” represents the number of states that sponsor the sport at the high school level. For the purpose of this table, Washington, D.C. is counted as a state.
  • How much is FIFA worth?

    For the international governing body that oversees basketball, see FIBA,

    International Association Football Federation

    Fédération internationale de football association (FIFA)
    Logo
    Map of the members of FIFA according to their confederation
    Abbreviation FIFA
    Founded 21 May 1904 ; 118 years ago
    Founded at Paris, France
    Type Sports federation
    Purpose Sport governance
    Headquarters Zürich, Switzerland
    Coordinates 47°22′53″N 8°34′28″E  /  47.38139°N 8.57444°E Coordinates : 47°22′53″N 8°34′28″E  /  47.38139°N 8.57444°E
    Region served Worldwide
    Membership 211 national associations
    President Gianni Infantino
    Senior Vice-President Salman bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa ( AFC )
    Vice-Presidents
    • Alejandro Domínguez ( CONMEBOL )
    • Aleksander Čeferin ( UEFA )
    • Lambert Maltock ( OFC )
    • Patrice Motsepe ( CAF )
    • Victor Montagliani ( CONCACAF )
    • Sándor Csányi
    Secretary General Fatma Samoura
    Main organ FIFA Congress
    Subsidiaries
    • AFC (Asia and Australia)
    • CAF (Africa)
    • CONCACAF (North America)
    • CONMEBOL (South America)
    • OFC (Oceania)
    • UEFA (Europe)
    Affiliations International Olympic Committee International Football Association Board
    Staff 751
    Website FIFA.com

    The Fédération internationale de football association ( FIFA ; ; French for International Association Football Federation ) is the international governing body of association football, beach soccer, and futsal, It was founded in 1904 to oversee international competition among the national associations of Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland,

    • Headquartered in Zürich, Switzerland, its membership now comprises 211 national associations,
    • These national associations must each also be members of one of the six regional confederations into which the world is divided: CAF (Africa), AFC (Asia and Australia), UEFA (Europe), CONCACAF (North & Central America and the Caribbean), OFC (Oceania) and CONMEBOL (South America).

    FIFA outlines a number of objectives in the organizational Statutes, including growing association football internationally, providing efforts to ensure it is accessible to everyone, and advocating for integrity and fair play. It is responsible for the organization and promotion of association football’s major international tournaments, notably the World Cup which commenced in 1930, and the Women’s World Cup which commenced in 1991.

    Although FIFA does not solely set the laws of the game, that being the responsibility of the International Football Association Board of which FIFA is a member, it applies and enforces the rules across all FIFA competitions. All FIFA tournaments generate revenue from sponsorships; in 2022, FIFA had revenues of over US $ 5.8 billion, ending the 2019–2022 cycle with a net positive of US$1.2 billion, and had cash reserves of over US$3.9 billion.

    Reports by investigative journalists have linked FIFA leadership with corruption, bribery, and vote-rigging related to the election of FIFA president Sepp Blatter and the organization’s decision to award the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar, respectively.

    1. These allegations led to the indictments of nine high-ranking FIFA officials and five corporate executives by the U.S.
    2. Department of Justice on charges including racketeering, wire fraud, and money laundering,
    3. On 27 May 2015, several of these officials were arrested by Swiss authorities, who were launching a simultaneous but separate criminal investigation into how the organization awarded the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

    Those among these officials who were also indicted in the U.S. are expected to be extradited to face charges there as well. Many officials were suspended by FIFA’s ethics committee including Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini, In early 2017, reports became public about FIFA president Gianni Infantino attempting to prevent the re-elections of both chairmen of the ethics committee, Cornel Borbély and Hans-Joachim Eckert, during the FIFA congress in May 2017.

    What is the 2nd biggest sport globally?

    Top-10 List of the World’s Most Popular Sports

    rank Sport Estimated Fans
    1. Soccer / Association Football 3.5 Billion
    2. Cricket 2.5 Billion
    3. Field Hockey 2 Billion
    4. Tennis 1 Billion

    Is FIFA richer than NBA?

    NBA Revenue – How Big Is The Sports Industry sources The NBA’s revenue over the year. Now I hope that you had found the answer to our main question “Is the NBA richer than FIFA?” Now if you are interested to know how both organizations generate revenue then with the help of understandable charts I’ll show you how these organizations make money.

    Is soccer or football a bigger sport?

    Football/Soccer – While it may not be apparent in the United States, association football—also known as soccer—is the most popular sport in the world by a vast margin. Soccer is king in virtually all of Europe, South America, Africa, the Middle East, Central America, and Asia,

    The sport has roughly 3.5 billion fans worldwide and 250 million players across 200 countries around the world. The next most popular sports in the world are cricket (2.5 billion fans), basketball (2.2 billion fans), and field hockey (2 billion). The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) is the administrative body for association football, futsal, and beach soccer in Europe and consists of 55 national association members.

    UEFA is one of the six continental confederations of world football’s governing body, FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association or International Federation of Association Football), UEFA represents the national associations of Europe and runs national and club competitions such as the EUFA European Champions, UEGA Champions League, UEFA Nations League, UEFA Europa League, and UEFA Super Cup.

    Only a few European countries favor a sport other than football/soccer. In Austria and Estonia, the most popular sport is skiing, In Latvia and Lithuania, basketball is king, while ice hockey is the most popular in Finland, In Ireland, Gaelic football is the most popular sport. Everywhere else, it is association football.

    Similarly, association football is also the most popular sport in all but a few Asian countries. The few exceptions include table tennis being king in China, archery in Bhutan, kickboxing in Laos and Cambodia, and basketball in the Philippines, The most popular sport in Mongolia is wrestling and the most popular sport in the Indian subcontinent (India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh) is cricket.

    1. Moving on to Oceania, association football is the most popular sport in Indonesia and Fiji, while rugby is the most popular in Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and some other Polynesia island nations.
    2. Australians tend to favor Australian rules football or cricket.
    3. Association football/soccer again takes the top spot in Mexico, where men’s association football has been played professionally since the early 1900s and the Mexican Federation of Soccer was founded in 1927.

    Mexico’s national football team first played in the World Cup in 1930 and has participated in 16 World Cups. The first women’s professional football league in Mexico was announced in December 2016 and played its inaugural season the following year. The Mexico national football team plays its home games at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City,

    How big is esports compared to football?

    When kids talk about Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and his gaming streams on Twitch, they speak of him as if he were LeBron James or Tom Brady. They analyze the 26-year-old’s every move in the battle royale game “Fortnite.” They quote his kill ratios and stats.

    They emulate his tactics and moves as they dream of becoming competitive gamers. Technology consulting firm Activate estimates more than 250 million people watch esports, sometimes known as electronic sports or professional gaming, and most of them also play. His viewers propelled Blevins to the cover of ESPN The Magazine, which branded him gaming’s first “crossover star.” He averages more than 72,000 viewers during competitions, has access to more than 12 million followers, and nets about $300,000 a month in streaming revenue.

    Blevins is one among many gaming superstars—and that elite group is about to get bigger. By 2020, Activate suggests that 70 million people will watch a single esports final, which is higher than the viewership for U.S. professional baseball, soccer, and hockey finals. How Big Is The Sports Industry Activate projects that in the United States esports will have more viewers than every professional sports league but the NFL by 2021. They project that there will be 84 million viewers of esports, higher than the 79 million MLB viewers or the 63 million NBA viewers.

    This is still dwarfed by the 141 million NFL viewers. Go to a tabular version of esports viewers in the United States at the bottom of the page. Though the popularity and pay of gamers like Blevins is rare and the industry is still new, “everyone has to take note of how fast it’s growing,” said Eunkyu Lee, professor of marketing and associate dean for global initiatives at the Martin J.

    Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University. Unlike football or cricket, esports is not rooted in any region or culture, so it has a more global appeal, Lee said. “In today’s world, being able to reach billions of eyeballs is very important for building the product’s commercial value.”

    How big is the sport soccer?

    What is soccer? – Soccer is a team sport played by a team of 11 players against another team of 11 players on a field. The team has one designated goalkeeper and 10 outfield players. Outfield players are usually specialised in attacking or defending or both.

    • A team is typically split into defenders, midfielders and forwards, though there is no restriction on players moving anywhere on the pitch.
    • It is known as soccer in North America, but is called football in most of the rest of the world.
    • Its full name is Association Football.
    • What does a soccer ball look like? A soccer ball is round, and must measure between 27-28″ in circumference and weigh between 14 and 16oz.

    How many countries play soccer? Soccer is the world’s most popular sport, played by over 250 million people in more than 200 countries. It is particularly popular in Europe, Central and South America, and Africa, though has a growing influence in North America and Asia.

    What does a soccer pitch look like? The game is played on a rectangular field called a pitch with a goal at either end. The size of the pitch for international adult category matches can be between 110-120 yards long and 70-80 yards wide. The lines at either end of the pitch are called the goal lines, the lines perpendicular to the goal lines are called the touchlines,

    The playing surface is usually grass. Artificial surfaces are very rarely used at professional level. What is the aim of soccer? The object of the game is to move the ball up the pitch and beyond the goal line of your opponent’s goal. A standard game lasts 90 minutes, split into two halves of 45 minutes.

    1. The goal has two upright posts and a horizontal bar connecting them known as the crossbar and is placed in the middle of the goal line.
    2. For competitive games, a net is connected to the posts and crossbar to stop the ball after it has crossed the goal line.
    3. Any of a team’s 11 players on the pitch can score a goal, which adds one to the team’s total.

    The team also get a goal if an opponent sends the ball into their own goal by mistake.

    • The team that scores the most goals in the 90 minutes wins the game.
    • Regular season games end at 90 minutes, even if the scoreline is level.
    • In domestic cup competitions and the knockout stages of international club and national team competitions, an additional 30 minutes – known as extra-time – is played, split into two halves of 15 minutes.

    If the scores are still level after extra-time, a penalty shootout takes place. Here, five players from each team take turns to score. If the scores are still level after that, the team’s remaining players step up for sudden death until there is a winner.

    • Does soccer have post-season play-offs? Most domestic soccer leagues do not have a post-season play-off round like the major sports in the United States and Canada.
    • The team that finishes at the top of the table after the end of the season is usually crowned champion after each team has played each other at home and away (on the road).

    Most league competitions give winning teams three points. A tie – or a draw – earns both sides one point. Losing teams receive no points. Some domestic leagues do use playoffs to decide which teams are demoted – or relegated – from a league, such as the Bundesliga in Germany.

    The English Premier League has a play-off to decide which team is promoted to the top flight from the second division. What are the rules of soccer? The sport has 17 rules known as the Laws of the Game, which were laid down and are governed by the International Football Association Board (IFAB). The laws are designed to be universal, but slight modifications are made to take into account factors such as age, gender and disabilities.

    What is a foul in soccer? In the team of 11 players, 10 are known as ‘outfield’ players, and are forbidden by the Laws of the Game from touching the ball with their hands or arms. Only the team’s goalkeeper is allowed to use their hands, and only inside their penalty area.

    1. Handling the ball deliberately, tripping an opponent, and pushing an opponent are punished either by a direct free-kick – meaning the attacking team can attempt to score immediately when the referee signals for play to continue – that is taken from the position where the foul occurred or a penalty if the infringement occurs inside the penalty box of the fouling player’s team.
    2. Other fouls are punished by an indirect free-kick, which means at least one other member of the attacking team must touch the ball before a goal can be scored.
    3. Watch: Five things you might not know about set-pieces

    What is a penalty kick in soccer? The penalty area is also referred to as the 18-yard box, The goalkeeper can only use their hands to touch the ball inside their own penalty area. Any defending player who breaks a Law of the Game – commits a foul, as it is known – inside the penalty area, gives the opposition a penalty kick.

    1. A penalty sees the ball placed on the penalty spot 12 yards from the centre of the goal.
    2. Any player, including the goalkeeper, can take the penalty while the opposing goalkeeper tries to stop the ball going into the goal.
    3. Only the taker and the defending goalkeeper are permitted inside the penalty area.

    What happens when the ball goes out of play in soccer? If the ball crosses the goal line but does not go into the goal, and was last touched by a player from the defending team, a corner kick is awarded to the attacking team and is taken from the corner of the pitch nearest to where the ball left the playing area.

    • If an attacker last touched the ball, a goal-kick is awarded with the ball placed on the edge of the six-yard box (the smaller rectangle inside the penalty area) and must be kicked by the defending team, traditionally by the goalkeeper.
    • If the ball crosses the touchline, a throw-in is awarded to the team which did not touch the ball last.

    This is the only time outfield players are permitted to touch the ball with their hands. They must return the ball into play while holding it with both hands and with both feet on the ground. Failure to do so results in a foul throw, meaning the other team are given the throw.

    • What do soccer players wear? The goalkeeper must be designated before the start of the game, and wears a different colour shirt, shorts and socks to their teammates.
    • All outfield players on the same team wear the same shirt, shorts and socks, known collectively as a strip,
    • All players wear boots which have studs or cleats to improve grip on the pitch.

    Headgear is not a required piece of basic equipment with all players usually wearing only shin guards and no other form of protective padding. Goalkeepers wear specifically designed gloves in order to improve their grip on the ball. What does a soccer referee do? A referee is appointed before each game and enforces the Laws of the Game.

    1. They have two assistant referees – one placed on the touchlines on opposite sides of the pitch and in opposite halves.
    2. A fourth official is present for professional games.
    3. The referee can punish foul play by awarding a free-kick against the team of the offending player.
    4. If the foul occurs in the penalty area, a penalty kick is given to the attacking team.

    If the attacking team commits a foul in the penalty area, a free-kick is given to the defending team. The referee signals to players using a whistle, and is the only official inside the playing area. What does a yellow card and a red card mean in soccer? There is no limit on how many fouls a player can make as in basketball, nor is there a penalty box as in ice hockey.

    If a player commits what the referee thinks is a serious infringement, the referee can show the player a yellow or red card. A yellow card is a warning known as a booking, and if the same player commits a offence that the referee thinks deserves a second yellow card, that player is also shown a red card.

    If a player is shown a red card, they must leave the pitch immediately. A player can be shown a red card without having first been shown a yellow card if the referee thinks the rule infringement was serious enough. If a goalkeeper is sent off, a substitute goalkeeper can be sent on to replace them, but an outfield player must be taken off as part of the exchange so that the team plays with 10 players.

    • A team can have up to four players sent off and still finish the match.
    • However, referees are instructed to stop matches prematurely if a team is reduced to fewer than seven players.
    • What is VAR? In recent seasons, referees have been helped further by Video Assistant Referees (VAR).
    • Previously, television replays were not used to help referees make a decision.

    Now, the referee has one or two colleagues, usually away from the stadium, who review four specific situations: cases of mistaken identity for yellow/red cards, potential infringements in the build-up to a goal (fouls or offside), direct red card decisions, and penalty decisions.

    1. Goalline technology is also used to tell referees if the ball has crossed the goal line.
    2. The whole of the ball must be over the goal line for a goal to be awarded.
    3. How many substitutes can be used in soccer? Typically for a professional game, seven substitutes, usually including one goalkeeper, are named at the start of the match on what is called the bench.

    Competition rules will specify exactly how many players outside the starting 11 can be named in the matchday squad. However, only three substitutions are allowed to be used inside the 90-minute duration of the match, regardless of injuries. If a game goes to extra-time, most competitions now allow a fourth substitute to be made.

    Players are usually replaced because of injury, tiredness, or a change in tactics. Who controls soccer? Football is governed at a global level by FIFA, the International Federation of Football Associations, based in Switzerland. It has six regional confederations attached to it: the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), the Confederation of African Football (CAF), the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC), and the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL).

    Each country has their own national football association, such as the English Football Association in England, known as the FA, or US Soccer in the USA. Each national association organises competitions between clubs associated with them. The most renowned are the ’top five’ European leagues: the German Bundesliga, the English Premier League, La Liga in Spain, Italy’s Serie A, and Ligue 1 in France.

    Each regional confederation organises competitions between clubs and also national teams. The most well known and lucrative club competition in the world is the UEFA Champions League. It is held annually and features the European teams that have finished highest in their respective national leagues. UEFA also organise the UEFA EURO, a European championship held every four years, which features national teams that have won through in the qualifying process.

    What is the soccer World Cup? FIFA organise the World Cup every four years, two years after/before the Olympic Games and UEFA’s EUROs. It is open to national teams from around the planet. It has most recently been contested between 32 finalists, though that number will increase to 48 for the 2026 competition to be held in the USA, Canada and Mexico.

    How big is FIFA football?

    Pitch boundary – The goal line at the Stretford End of in Stretford (1992) The pitch is rectangular in shape. The longer sides are called and the shorter sides are called the goal lines. The two goal lines are between 45 and 90 m (49 and 98 yd) wide and have to be of the same length.

    The two touchlines are between 90 and 120 m (98 and 131 yd) long and have to be of the same length. All lines on the ground are equally wide, not to exceed 12 cm (5 in). The corners of the pitch are marked by corner flags. For international matches the field dimensions are more tightly constrained; the goal lines are between 64 and 75 metres (70 and 82 yards) wide and the touchlines are between 100 and 110 m (110 and 120 yd) long.

    The majority of top-level professional football pitches, including those belonging to teams in the English Premier League, measure 112 to 115 yd (102.4 to 105.2 m) long and 70 to 75 yd (64.0 to 68.6 m) wide. Although the term goal line is often taken to mean only that part of the line between the goalposts, in fact it refers to the complete line at either end of the pitch, from one corner flag to the other.