Tony Khan, Sloane Stephens And Bayern Munich: This Week’s Most Interesting Sports Business Stories

Tony Khan, Sloane Stephens And Bayern Munich: This Week’s Most Interesting Sports Business Stories

In this week’s : the world's 50 most valuable sports teams, Bayern Munich's big payday, and golf's booming business. Plus: why the NFL could look to scuttle its TV deals.

The NFL's TV ratings domination is set to produce record advertising revenue this season, which could of the landmark media rights deals the league signed just last year.

Despite a less lucrative broadcast rights deal, Bayern Munich in 2021 of any soccer club in the world.

If minor leaguers' union effort sees them recognized as a bargaining unit under the MLB Players Association, drastic changes could soon be in store—.

Florida A&M's ugly early-season losses have on the intricate dance that exists between a school's academic, financial aid and athletic eligibility departments, especially at underfunded and understaffed universities.

Gambling.com Group started by helping online gambling companies attract soccer fans in Asia. Now the company has

The world's 50 most valuable sports teams are worth a combined $222.7 billion, 30% more than a year ago, the biggest increase in five years. The NFL dominates, with 30 of its 32 teams in the top 50 and six in the top ten, but did it beat back challengers from other sports like the Yankees, the Knicks and Real Madrid to claim the No. 1 spot? .

AEW heads into the fall with a lucrative cable TV deal and as the wrestling promotion rivals WWE for ratings and relevance. The company's success, and intrigue, begins with founder Tony Khan. .

“If I was told that as a 16- or 17-year-old kid in Santo Domingo that I would be here right now? No.” —