Futbol Sites Announces Key Media Partnership with Soccerex

What: Futbol Sites,  Latin American digital sports media group, has closed a key media partnership with Soccerex, leading event provider for the global soccer industry.
Why it matters: Soccerex Global Convention will take place in Manchester, London from September 4th – 6th, 2017, where 3,000 delegates from several different countries will be attending.

Futbol Sites, a Latin-American digital sports media group , announced a key media partnership with Soccerex, leading event provider for the global soccer industry.

Soccerex Global Convention will take place in Manchester, London from September 4th – 6th, 2017, where 3,000 delegates from several different countries will be attending.

Futbol Sites is known as the fastest growing sport vertical digital destination in Latin-American, with one of the largest audiences in its category, reaching more than 25 million unique users every month on its websites. It operates more than 80 fan pages on Facebook, with more than 30 million fans and 100 million users reached every month.

Soccerex has been recognized as the leading event provider for the global soccer industry. The Global Convention, gathers top buyers and suppliers to offer a unique commercial environment, where delegates will benefit from exclusive networking and business opportunities, for 3 days at one of the biggest soccer cities in the world.

“It is a pleasure to close this partnership with Soccerex, promoting their events and amplifying its content during the Global Convention, as well as, be an active partner creating content through Soccerex social media channels. This media partnership, will allow us to extent our global relationships within the soccer industry, prior the World Cup, the most important sports event worldwide,  said Federico Grinberg, CEO of Fultbol Sites.

“This is another step for Soccerex as we continue to grow in Latin America and the US, regions where Futbol Sites have a strong presence, and to provide our global audience with insights about football business in regions where football is widely followed and where the industry is growing fast”, said David Wright, Marketing Director of Soccerex.


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