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Upcoming Events

People-powered pitches from Pavegen

Laurence Kemball-Cook, the tech entrepreneur behind one of the most eye-catching ‘clean energy’ innovations of recent years – Pavegen, a flooring technology that converts the wasted kinetic energy from footsteps into renewable electricity – has joined the speaker panel for the World Football Forum 2016. Laurence, a regular TED talker, will showcase Pavegen’s partnership with Shell to bring people-powered football pitches to both Brazil and Nigeria. Intrigued? Find out more at WFF 2016!

India Insight from Inventive Sports

The super-fast rise of the Indian Super League will be closely tracked at this year’s World Football Forum in Paris.  Helping us to navigate this hugely dynamic new market for football is Inventive Sports, which is joining us as Content Partner for the India session at WFF. Welcome on board!

Repucom’s Head of Research to speak at WFF

Mike_Wragg-0x357Mike Wragg, Executive Vice President and Head of Global Research at market intelligence provider Repucom, has confirmed his participation as a speaker at the World Football Forum. Mike brings a wealth of experience of the new markets of football, and we are delighted that he is joining our speaker panel to introduce our ‘New Geography of Football’ theme.

WFF 2016 signs up Weber Shandwick

WSWe are proud to announce our partnership with global communications and strategic marketing firm Weber Shandwick. With a worldwide presence, and with an impressive track record in the sports industry, Weber Shandwick has been appointed Content Partner at the World Football Forum 2016 in Paris, providing insight and thought leadership on the development of football in China – one of WFF 2016’s key themes.

Sportcal on board for World Football Forum 2016


Sportcal – the leading provider of sports market intelligence worldwide, is now a WFF 2016 Media Partner. A familiar name to anyone in the business of sport, Sportcal offers news, analysis and insight into the sports industry, and we are thrilled to work with the team for the World Football Forum Paris. Check them out at

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Britain’s sports management ‘guru’ Prof Simon Chadwick to speak in Paris

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Great news that Simon Chadwick, Class of 92’ Professor of Sports Enterprise at Salford University UK will be joining the speaker panel at Eventica Sport’s football industry event, the World Football Forum in Paris in July 2016. One of the world’s leading commentators on the business of sport, Simon has hands on experience in the ‘new geography’ of football in Qatar as member of a government sports think-tank, and Director of Research for Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy. Beyond Qatar, Simon’s insights into the development of the football industry across the globe has led The Huffington Post to name in amongst the top 30 most influential sport marketers in the world. Follow him on twitter @Prof_Chadwick

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Paris announced as venue for World Football Forum 2016

IMG_2015-11-05 16:04:35We are excited to announce that Eventica Sport’s annual football industry event, the World Football Forum will take place in Paris on 7-8 July 2016 – at the culmination of the UEFA Euro 2016 Championship, hosted by France. Paris has long been setting the standard in culture, cuisine and fashion, and next summer, the City of Light will also be at the epicentre of the football world as the host city of the Euro 2016 final – the perfect backdrop to the World Football Forum.


Russia 2018: Launching the 1000 day countdown

l_d00p1808-1000x671Once again, Eventica Communications was at the centre of the action as Russia celebrated 1000 Days To Go until kick-off of the 2018 FIFA World Cup™. The excitement building throughout the country now has a focal point – a giant countdown clock on Moscow’s Manezh Square beside the Kremlin walls. Eventica was commissioned by the Russia 2018 Local Organising Committee to create the launch ceremony for the clock in a spectacular live event on 18 September, watched by thousands on Manezh Square and broadcast live to millions across Russia and all over the world.  

Eventica appointed to support 1000 Days to Go celebrations

With the momentum behind Russia’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ showing no signs of abating following the Preliminary Draw in July, Eventica has just been appointed to provide event support services for the 1000 Days to Go celebrations in September 2015.

Kick-starting the creative journey to a World Cup mascot

Screen Shot 2015-08-18 at 17.02.59The search for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Official Mascot starts here! Eventica Communications will be teaming up with the Russia 2018 Local Organising Committee in September 2015 to arrange a very special gathering of brand design experts, animators and graphic artists who will draw up a set of guidelines to help inspire thousands of designers and budding artists who will be taking part in the open nationwide competition to create the Russia 2018 mascot.