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Radical Sportscars launches its first virtual race championship during Covid-19 lockdown

As governments across the world encourage the citizens of their nations to remain at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, racing and track car designer, producer and exporter, Radical Sportscars, has launched its first ever virtual race championship to enable its drivers to compete.

The Spirit of '94: Luton Town devise novel tactic to keep supporters entertained through lockdown

The well-documented outbreak of Covid-19 has seen the football season put firmly on hold. While numerous clubs have been coming up with various means to maintain morale among supporters and players throughout the period of social distancing, Bedfordshire outfit Luton Town FC have opted for a cherished trip down memory lane.

Ventures like Sport4Kids Franchising Ltd vital for the FA’s long-term strategy

Back in 2013, the appointment of Greg Dyke as chairman of the Football Association was a turning point in English football’s underlying strategy and the start of its emphasis on developing homegrown talent.

Owners of English Football League clubs can look to Luton Town blueprint for inspiration

2019 has been a year in which the state of finances and the manner in which clubs are run in English football have once again come under scrutiny.

Parliamentary Review speaker Frank Lampard appointed Chelsea manager

Chelsea Football Club have appointed former midfielder and Parliamentary Review speaker Frank Lampard as their new manager on a three-year contract.

DCMS Select Committee: Sport has "unique power" to change lives

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee have released a report detailing the social impact of participation in culture and sport. Describing the “unique power” of sport and culture to improve lives, reduce crime and regenerate communities, they criticised the “failure” of the government to “recognise and harness social impact.” In order to assess the impact of such initiatives on the ground, we spoke to Wave Leisure Trust, a charity and social enterprise that aims to inspire an active lifestyle.

Study finds that sport can help students during exam periods

Students should continue playing sport during exam periods a new study found this week.

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