Working out which are the richest sports in the world is not an easy task, with opinions differing amongst experts on how this should be measured.
If you’ve not already stopped what you’re doing and settled down in front of the TV to watch the fascinating documentary The Last Dance on Netflix, then now’s the time.
Eighty-four kids from Greater Manchester schools, who participate in the ‘EdStart’ program, were among the 85,870 Wembley crowd which shows that the future of the sport on these shores is in safe hands.
Greater Manchester primary school kids will make up nearly 100 of the 90,000 sold out NFL Wembley crowd this Sunday, courtesy of the partnership between the Jacksonville Jaguars and EdStart.
Manchester is known as a world renowned destination for football and so it proved once again – only this time it was of the American variety.
Lights, camera, tackle! Jaguars Se7ens Cup comes to Manchester with prize of a lifetime up for grabs
Budding American football stars of the future will descend on Manchester this weekend to contest the Jaguars Se7ens Cup – with the prize at stake an all-expenses trip to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta early next year.
Chorley Seahawks were helped by the Seattle Seahawks’ Neiko Thorpe as they won the annual NFL Flag football tournament in London.
Fresh from winning Britball’s Double Coverage Programme of the Year Award, Manchester Titans American Football Club have been galvanised for 2017.
American football is very much the sport to be watching.
Former Chicago Bears player Shaun Gayle and British pundit Neil Reynolds met NFL fans in Piccadilly Gardens, and then attended a special forum in the evening at the Marriott Victoria and Albert Hotel.
American football duo Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold believe Manchester is high up on the sport’s list of potential future destinations, after hosting another successful fan event in the city.