Category: By League

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Celtic FC explain Twitter should complement, not replace, existing fan communities

This afternoon Glasgow side Celtic FC launched their first official Twitter presence in the cyberspace. The 1967 European Champions announced that they would be launching 4 accounts in order to accommodate with different audiences and needs – @CelticFC, @CelticFCTickets,  @CFCCommercial and@CelticFCShop....

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Real Madrid optimise stadium connectivity for Social Media

Yesterday, Real Madrid C.F. announced a partnership with CISCO systems to ‘make the Santiago Bernabeu one of the most technologically advanced stadiums in the world’. Using CISCO’s Connected Sports Solutions, the Spanish arena will be fully optimised to improve web connectivity...

Interview: Ryan Knapp (Manager of Digital, NSCAA) 0

Interview: Ryan Knapp (Manager of Digital, NSCAA)

This week I have been very lucky to get a chance to chat with the NSCAA Manager of Digital, Ryan Knapp over in the US. The NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) is the largest...

Fulham uses interview/advertising wall to promote Social Media channels 0

Fulham uses interview/advertising wall to promote Social Media channels

Anyone watching Match of the Day this weekend may have noticed that the traditional interview area atCraven Cottage (Fulham’s stadium) was being used to advertise the clubs social media presence. Traditionally, televised interviews with the players and managers...

93,000 tune in to watch FC Barcelona’s first YouTube live broadcast 0

93,000 tune in to watch FC Barcelona’s first YouTube live broadcast

Just over a week ago the social media superpower and footballing dynasty that is FC Barcelona launched their new training complex – La Masia. Barca’s La Masia is undoubtedly the key ingredient in a strategy that has...