Check out the infographic for world most popular sports and which sport is leading in how many countries is explained.
2014 FIFA world cup is being hosted by Brazil and it is going to be one of the costliest world cups ever. With Brazil spending three times the money spent by South Africa to host the 2010 FIFA world cup, the total cost is estimated to be in the region of 3.5 billion USD.
Champions League is about to hit us once again and Superbetting.com have made an Infographic with 14 facts about Champions League that you (maybe) didn’t know about. So, if you want to be the wise guy down at the pub or just learn a few new facts you should dig into the infographic now.
While engaging in sports is always good for health, it has other benefits that you may not be aware of. Sports-Management-Degrees.com has created an infographic entitled “It Pays to Play” detailing just how important being active in a sport can be – even into adulthood.
Some UK football fans have made very unkind statements about their American friends’ version of football. Aside from a little kicking, players in the US National Football League (NFL) generally use their hands, so why even call it football? And what’s with all the padding? The UK has rugby, which has many similarities with NFL, […]
Lets review the win rate with 2 types of football managers. The bold managers vs the managers with a head of hair. Interesting results.
Mascots, cheerleaders, and face-paint: What do these things have in common? Football! And America’s favorite sport is one of the largest in the nation, valued at over 37.4 billion per year. That amount is higher than the GDP’s of Afghanistan, Cambodia, Nicaragua, Jamaica, and 115 other countries. Financedegreecenter.com has created an infographic detailing the sport […]
Every week in the fall, thousands of football players trot onto the turf at college stadiums across the country. With pride, these players wear uniforms emblazoned with the colors and emblems of their schools. As they watch the action from the stands and on TV, most college football fans undoubtedly give little thought to the […]
The infographic displays some intriguing facts of how fast a batter needs to swing a bat in order to hit a 95+ M.P.H. fastball and at what point they are able to determine the type of pitch (e.g. fastball, slider, changeup, curve ball, etc).
While most pro athletes probably don’t sign their contracts based on how much of their salaries would be taxed by individual states, it may cross their minds. Let’s take a look at how individual states may tax income of a pro athlete.