With most sports back in full swing, we’re looking this week at how common betting is among different sports fan bases in the United Kingdom.
The amendments to the handball rule have not gone down well with fans in the opening weeks of the Premier League season
Fans are nearly split over the issue, but lean more towards approval of the gesture
Brits are impressed with Leeds, ranking the team in the top five two weeks into their return to top flight football
Is sport really a man’s world? It seems it mostly is
Football fans still say VAR makes the game less enjoyable, but has improved refereeing decisions
Cyclists are split over the issue, but the general population think they should
YouGov’s new FootballIndex tool lets us rank Premier League clubs by alternative metrics
Nearly half of adults think it’s too soon for the return of top level football, but fans are split
Businesses that rely on sports for a large percentage of their revenue have suffered particularly during two months of nationwide lockdown, with no sign of sports returning to pre-lockdown levels anytime soon.
Under lockdown most Brits have made use of their daily outdoor exercise allowance, but what effect has this had on the market for home gym gear and clothing, and will Britons return to their gyms after lockdown ends?
More than nine in ten adults think Premier League players should be prepared to take a pay cut during the COVID-19 outbreak
Sports fans say they want to see classic highlights, and the likes of Joe Wickes and Mr Motivator fill in for postponed sports coverage
New YouGov polling shows Britons recognise the value of sporting events for national morale, but think it’s best to put them on pause due to the coronavirus
Half of Welsh adults say they are following the competition, compared to just a fifth of Scottish and English adults
YouGov research for International Women’s Day shows how attitudes to men’s and women’s sport are changing
While the VAR chief scored the system a 7/10 recently, regular viewers only give it a 4/10
Brits think that the war on performance-enhancing drugs in sport is being lost, not won. But care less than they used to.
Tomorrow is set to be one of the biggest days in British sport for some time, with the England men’s rugby team playing in the final of the Rugby World Cup for the first time for almost 30 years.
Most Brits think players should abandon games completely if unacceptable abuse continues after warnings