As Cristiano Ronaldo took his free-kick against Spain at this year’s World Cup, I was stood right by the goal. The stadium erupted around me – I’d just experienced the moment in VR. But was it as good as it sounds?
Break out the strawberries and cream, it’s day one of the British institution that is Wimbledon. Tempted to head to The Championships this year? Don’t get caught out by unauthorised tickets.
Today’s FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United at Wembley comes with a depressing footnote – some fans will pay the highest official ticket price in history for an English domestic football match: £145. Why are the tickets so extortionate?
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is working with the Gambling Commission to tackle issues around fairness and transparency in the online gambling sector. Our guest, George Lusty, Project Director at the CMA, tells us more… (more on online gambling…)
Being a ticketless fan for an in-demand event is never much fun, but those lucky few may find tickets available on a resale site. So what happens when fans are also let down by the resale sites? Disappointed rugby fan Lucy Lovell joins us to share her story…
It’s under a month until the start of the Rugby World Cup 2015, and if you haven’t yet got yourself a ticket you need to watch out. There are dodgy sites re-selling Rugby Cup tickets you might not get.
For the last few years BT has been enticing sports fans to take out its broadband package by offering BT Sport for free. But recently it’s moved the goalposts and that’s left some customers unhappy.
You were keen to kick into Sky and Virgin Media’s plans to increase prices for sports packages from June 1. It’s clear many of you aren’t happy to pay more for sports packages you already think cost too much.
From 1 June, Sky Sports will go up in price by £1 a month. Virgin Media customers will see a £2-a-month hike for Sky Sports too. Do you think it’s worth the cost?
Radio’s been around since the 19th century. It’s a relatively simple technology and yet FM tuners aren’t built into all smartphones. Yes, there are radio apps, but with data caps, should all phones have built-in radio?
It’s been a great summer of Ashes cricket so far. The sun’s been shining and England are up against the Aussies. But what happens if it rains at the remaining test matches? How would you get your money back?