With Club Brugge from Belgium and Wolves from UK we welcome two forward-thinking and innovative clubs to the international network for rights holders in football.
Founded in 1891, Club Brugge stands as one of Belgium’s most decorated clubs, boasting strong local roots and supra-regional prominence. With a commitment to innovation, efficiency, and sustainability, Club Brugge aspires to be Europe’s most forward-thinking football company, creating value for its fans, partners, team, and society.
Wolves, founded in 1877, holds a rich history as a founding member of the English Football League. The club has demonstrated remarkable progress, currently marking its sixth consecutive year in the Premier League after a brief stint in League One during the 2013/14 season.
“Club Brugge and Wolves are united in their relentless pursuit of improvement across various levels,” said Thomas Maurer, Managing Director of FBIN. “Their commitment to innovation and continuous improvement aligns seamlessly with the ethos of our network. We are thrilled to welcome these two dynamic and progressive clubs to the FBIN family.”
Both clubs share a common vision for constant improvement, making them valuable additions to the FBIN Football Network. Serving as a central hub for collaboration and knowledge sharing between progressive football organisations, the network provides its members with access to Strategic Advice and a Knowledge Hub. These resources serve as a basis for informed decisions, innovative strategies, and a source of inspiration.
As part of the FBIN Football Network, Club Brugge and Wolves will have the opportunity to engage with a diverse community of like-minded clubs, sharing best practices, exploring innovative strategies, and contributing to the advancement of football as a whole.
The FBIN Football Network looks forward to a fruitful collaboration with Club Brugge and Wolves, as together they strive to shape the future of football through innovation, sustainability, and continuous improvement.