History and Regulation of the NFL Research Paper by Nicky

A study on the history and regulations in the National Football League.
# 149893 | 10,100 words | 14 sources | APA | 2011 | US
Published on Jan 11, 2012 in Sport (History)


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Description:

The objective of this essay is to examine the American National football League (NFL). The specific focus is to examine the history of the NFL from its founding, its evolution and into the present. This work includes a study of the structure of the NFL and the regulations of the NFL and the manner in which NFL clubs are governed and managed. Finally, through a series of chart, graphs, and tables, this work contrasts the NFL with the Premier (English) league.

Outline:

Research Questions
Introduction
NFL Team Average Worth
NFL Team Operating Revenue
The Business of Football
Revenue Generators for the NFL League Clubs
NFL League Business Model
English Premier Football League

From the Paper:

"The NFL League has an internet network, which has a portal relationship with AOL that generates traffic to its League site and to all the club sites that are linked to it in the NFL Internet Network. This study has shown that club seating is the number one revenue generator for the NFL League Clubs. The NFL business enterprise model contains only three forces around its perimeter as compared to the standard business enterprise model which is four-dimensional. Because of the guarantee of a substantial stream of revenue and leverage that is effective in the negotiation of residual incomes the NFL franchises are very lucrative. In contrast the English Premier Football League is enormously popular and enormous describes as well the investment in stadiums and facilities that have been made in this league. However, there are governance problems with the Premier English Football League clubs and recommendations have been recently stated by the UEFA which have been related in this work. These recommendations have included more supporter involvement in governance of the clubs as well as including more opportunities for women in this league. The English Premier Football League from all appearances has realized the flaws that are inherent within its business structure and is making a move to become structured somewhat more like the NFL Football League."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Badenhausen, Kurt, Ozanian, Michael K. and Rondey, Maya (2006) The Business of Football. Forbes. 31 Aug 2006. Online available at: http://www.forbes.com/lists/2006/30/06nfl_NFL-Team-Valuations_land.html
  • Barros, Carlos Pestana and Barrio, Pedro Garcia-del (nd) Efficiency Measurement of the English Football Premier League with a Random Frontier Model. Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnologia.
  • Brenner, Adam (2004) Welcome to the Club. The Business of Football. Forbes 2 Sept 2004. Online available at: http://www.forbes.com/2004/09/02/cz_ab_0902nflclubseats.html
  • English Football and its Governance (2009) All Party Parliamentary Football Group. April 2009. Online available at: http://www.fifa.com/mm/document/affederation/federation/01/05/04/18/apfgreportonenglishfootballanditsgovernanceapril2009.pdf
  • EPL Tops the Football Money League (2009) Sportbusiness International. 6 Apr 2009. Online available at: http://www.sportbusiness.com/news/169582/epl-tops-football-money-league

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