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What will the future of sports look like — and will human or machine compete against one another?
The early World Cup elimination of the German national team has historical proportions. Nevertheless, the situation must be evaluated appropriately. Here is the exclusive assessment of Prof. Schmidt.
The pressure is enormous. If the German national football team wants to avoid a fiasco, they have to win their World Cup group match against Sweden on Saturday.
Although China is still a developing soccer market, it is attractive. Currently, 237 million Chinese consider soccer their “favorite sport”; and, at 308 million, even more Chinese consumers watch...
The Chinese government is pushing the country to become a powerhouse in football. Their ambitious plans include getting 50 million Chinese to play football by 2020, with the ultimate goal of winning...
Computer games in school lessons or even in lectures at the university? From a conservative point of view, this may, at first, sound like a crazy idea. But is that really the case? We live in a world...
The world of work in the future will be organized in a fundamentally different way than it is today. This will also effect how professional soccer operates.