Here’s what’s going on in the soccer industry this morning…
- Tottenham Hotspur today announced it has selected Hewlett Packard Enterprise as its official IT Networking and Wireless Infrastructure Partner.
- Manchester United’s official television network, MUTV, is now available to all supporters in the UK and Ireland, via a new streaming service.
- The Men in Blazers are taking their show on the road again, and MLS All-Star 2017 is the destination.
- U.S. under-20 goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann has joined Hertha Berlin following a successful trial, the Bundesliga club have confirmed.
- Atletico Madrid have overtaken Barcelona and Bayern Munich to move into second place in the UEFA rankings for club competitions.
- Since Orlando City SC transitioned to using exclusively paperless tickets for its new stadium, ticket fraud that exists with printed tickets has been entirely eradicated, according to team and Ticketmaster officials.
- German technology conglomerate Siemens and German sporting club FC Bayern Munich have agreed to a three-year partnership that will focus on developing software and cloud-based services for an array of purposes, notably safety and security technologies for local public transportation, building technology and power engineering.
- Top-flight Mexican soccer side Club Deportivo Guadalajara have secured a strategic partnership with Playmaker Media.