Soccerex & Prime Time Sport combine for Transfer Review Relaunch

By Community | January 22, 2014

Soccerex have announced today a new partnership with leading sports agency, generic Prime Time Sport. The two companies are combining to bring the industry a review of all transfer activity within the top five European Leagues after each transfer window, plotting the key domestic trends and comparing spending across the leagues. The reports will be based on the established Football Transfer Review and will be called Soccerex Transfer Review by Prime Time Sport.

The reports will provide a definitive guide to the transfer dealings of Europe’s biggest clubs and an invaluable resource for all media organisations looking to understand the true story of each transfer window.

The reports will be released after both the winter and summer transfer windows at Soccerex hosted media events, with the findings being unveiled and then discussed by Prime Time Sport CEO, Esteve Calzada and a panel of fellow industry experts. The Winter Transfer Window review will be launched in London at the beginning of February, with the findings of the Summer Transfer Window review to be unveiled at a special session as part of the Soccerex Global Convention 2014 in Manchester this September.

The Soccerex Transfer Review is based on a model which Prime Time Sport have perfected over five years in the Spanish market and which has already proved a valuable resource for leading media around the world.

Commenting on the partnership Soccerex Marketing Director, David Wright said:

“This is a very exciting partnership for Soccerex which allows us to expand the range of football business products we provide the industry. Transfers are at the heart of football business and the Soccerex Transfer Review by Prime Time Sport will provide valuable insight into the story behind each window.”

Prime Time Sport CEO, Esteve Calzada commented:

“Prime Time Sport is delighted to partner Soccerex in this project. The report Football Transfer Review (now Soccerex Transfer Review) was launched in 2009 in Spain and has become a reference in the world of football. It is now the perfect moment to partner a global leader company like Soccerex to further develop the report adding a global focus and ensuring world-wide distribution.”