Tokyo 2020 has today welcomed Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments, as a Paralympic Gold Partner.
Individual tickets for the FIFA 2019 Women's World Cup in France have been made available through a presale exclusive to Visa cardholders, it has been announced.
Visa has become the first UEFA sponsor solely dedicated to women's football after the governing body signed a seven-year partnership with the financial services corporation.
Financial giant Visa will remain an official partner of the Olympic Games until 2032, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) have announced today.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has created a video content series, sponsored by worldwide Paralympic partner Visa, about three athletes on their road to the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games.
A new initiative unveiled by Olympic TOP sponsor Visa is allowing fans to buy Team USA uniform in a quicker way in conjunction with NBC Sports at Pyeongchang 2018.
A special pair of mittens has been developed with an NFC chip inside it so spectators can make sure their hands do not get cold during next year's Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has extended its partnership with finance giant Visa until at least 2020.
More than 40 Olympians and Paralympians from 17 countries have been named on the global Team Visa for Pyeongchang 2018.
Financial giant Visa, a member of The Olympic Partner (TOP) sponsorship programme, have signed on as a supporting partner of Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) ahead of Rio 2016.
FIFA Presidential candidate Chung Mong-joon has announced his intention to sue the outgoing President Sepp Blatter for $100 million (£60 million/€89 million) for embezzlement and pledged to put the money back into the governing body should he prove successful.
German sportswear company Adidas have refused to join calls from a number of FIFA’s key sponsors for Sepp Blatter to step down early from his role as President of world football’s governing body.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter insists he will not resign from his position early despite calls from four major sponsors of world football’s governing body for him to step down with immediate effect.
FIFA has met with five of its leading commercial affiliates to discuss reforms in the wake of the corruption scandal that has rocked world football’s governing body.
Pressure on Sepp Blatter and FIFA was ratcheting up this morning, as some of the organisation’s most prominent sponsors spoke out strongly in the wake of this week’s dramatic and hugely embarrassing indictments and arrests of leading football figures.