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Endemol Sport launched in January 2009 and is the fastest growing division in the Endemol Group; a world leading entertainment company, comprising a global network of more than 80 companies in 26 countries.
With dedicated offices in London, Amsterdam, Abu Dhabi and Singapore, we create, produce and distribute a wide range of high-quality and engaging multi-media sports content; from live events to sports entertainment, sports channel management to film making and magazine to reality shows. We also produce sports content in the gaming, gambling, social media and interactive spaces.
Endemol Sport is a forward thinking company, offering innovative and tailor made sports production solutions and services to our clients in an ever evolving sports media business. It connects stakeholders to each other and the audience.
Making use of the geographical scale, combining sports expertise with the renowned creativity and entertainment ‘DNA’ within the Endemol Group, we are already operating in multiple markets. Our global presence and network allows our clients to benefit from the advantages of belonging to an international group and provides a diversified source of revenues
Endemol Sport works with sport rights holders including Eredivisie, KNVB, FIFA, Football Association of Ireland, International Rugby Board, Superleague Formula, Manchester City, Ajax and Inter Milan; broadcasters such as Abu Dhabi Media Group, BSkyB, ESPN, Canal+, Eurosport, Fox Sports, J Sports, ESPN Star Sports and Bloomberg; and brands including Guinness and Sony.
The Football Association of Ireland is the governing body for football in Ireland and is responsible for the administration, promotion and development of Ireland’s largest participation sport. The FAI is responsible for the Airtricity League and all Republic of Ireland international games.
The FAI employs 178 people including 102 in the technical department who roll out 24 programmes in the areas of grassroots, social inclusion, education, player development and women’s football. This includes 66 development officers, who work full time in communities with clubs and leagues throughout Ireland. The Association’s headquarters is in the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown, Dublin.