March/April 2024 | Sports Destination Management

March/April 2024


Sports Destination Management Magazine

March/April 2024

Whether we’re hosting a watch party for the Women’s World Cup final or sitting in the stands at a high school game, one thing remains perfectly clear: Sports have the power to unite us all. And in a world that seems increasingly divisive, it is good to find a common denominator and a way for us to stay connected. This issue brings up some ways sports can create unity, even against all odds. From our article on gaining community buy-in, to soccer, golf, swimming and baseball, there’s always something good on the horizon. And that’s worth cheering for.

In this issue

Soccer Poised to Kick It Up Nationwide

BY: Peter Francesconi

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, with an estimated 250 million players in 200 different countries. In the U.S., soccer has been doing well for decades, but the sport should get a massive boost in coming years, as the U.S., Canada and Mexico gear up to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Here are some destinations ready to benefit from the boom. more....

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