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10 Sep 2019

Soccer fandom is sweeping the nation, from the World Cup victory by the U.S. Women’s National Team to thrilling matches in Major League Soccer and the National Women’s Soccer League to the thousands of fans who pack pubs and bars to watch matches from around the world every weekend. But in sports, the game itself is no longer all that attracts fans to the arena. Tech-savvy millennials expect an “Instagrammable,” in-stadium experience, or else they’ll stay back and watch at home. Recognizing the demands of its growing fan base, Major League Soccer’s Houston Dynamo and the National Women’s Soccer League’s Houston Dash selected Extreme Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: EXTR) Smart OmniEdge™ solution to provide high-density, professional-grade Wi-Fi connectivity in its home field, BBVA Stadium. The free fan Wi-Fi experience is presented by BBVA USA.

26 Jul 2019

24 Jul 2019

The BBVA Classic is slated to start tonight at 7:30 p.m., featuring the Houston Dynamo and Club América from Liga BBVA. While the match is garnering much attention for multiple reasons, the biggest significance of the game boils down to one word: Charity.

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15 Dec 2017

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18 Oct 2017

At 35 years of age, with a world cup under his belt, Cristian Zaccardo can brag about becoming an unusual pioneer in the world of soccer. After terminating his contract with Vicenza, the Italian center back found a new destination thanks to the professional social network. He will now be defending the colors of Malta’s Hamrun Spartans.

11 Oct 2017

Argentine soccer star Leo Messi came to the rescue of his county’s team just when it needed him the most, ensuring it a place in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Messi overcame a rough start in the qualifying match against Ecuador, with a hat trick that gave Argentina a 1-3 victory .

In other qualifying matches, Paraguay was defeated by Venezuela, while Chile was eliminated after its defeat by Brazil. Peru and Colombia were tied 1-1; as a result, the Peruvians will move on to face New Zealand in the playoffs. Uruguay, meanwhile, assured itself a place in the World Cup with a 4-2 victory over Bolivia.

08 Sep 2017

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19 Jun 2017

In a report entitled The Future of Football, Futurizon predicts that in the future, sports events will be broadcast using tiny drones capable of hovering a few inches above the playing field, swirling around spectators or chasing the ball in the air. Except for referees, players and coaches, ordinary spectators have always enjoyed these events from architectural points of view:  the stands or the sides of the pitch. And, even if we don’t realize it yet, narratives have also depended on these points of view. What would happen if the perspective changed? Would it be possible to televise a match exactly as the referee sees it? Would that be of any interest at all? Or telling what an embedded drone observes?

14 Jun 2017

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24 Mar 2017

In 2006, the Houston Dynamo of Major League Soccer moved from San Jose, Calif., to the fourth largest city in the U.S., sending a ripple effect that would result in BBVA Compass Stadium.

29 Dec 2016

14 Oct 2016

The four finalists vying for the top prize of $10,000 in “The Pitch,” the business-plan contest sponsored by BBVA Compass and Major League Soccer’s Houston Dynamo, are now up for voting by fans.

A team of judges from the bank and the Dynamo whittled down the 120 entries to the final four, and the fans will pick the ultimate winner by logging on to to cast their votes. The winner will be announced during the Dynamo match on Sunday, October 16, against the LA Galaxy.

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12 Jun 2016

In the seventies, ‘El Cholo’ Sotil played alongside Cruyff at Barcelona. In just one season he shot to fame. Why did he leave so soon? And why has he not been forgotten?

15 Feb 2016

11 Nov 2015

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BBVA decided to enter the world of sports sponsorship, and particularly football and basketball, because it provides a means of creating a relationship with millions of people all over the planet. The love of sport is a part of people’s everyday lives, far removed from other more elitist pursuits, and which inspires passion, excitement and dreams. The Liga BBVA, the most widely followed competition in the world, and the NBA, for which BBVA is the ‘official bank’, are clear examples of competitions representing the Bank’s global appeal and with massive audiences in many of the developing markets where the Group is present.

07 Oct 2015

BBVA has unveiled the official website of Liga BBVA and Liga Adelante (, offering users the best on-line soccer league in the world. Soccer fans can now access dozens of videos, exclusive content and live broadcasts. Gregorio Panadero, Managing Director of Communications and Branding at BBVA, explains that the philosophy behind is “to provide users from around the world with a new tool for accessing the kind of on-line content they demand, quickly and free of charge, wherever they are and, in the future, regardless of the language they speak”.

17 Sep 2015

Big Data and Data are two of the words most widely used nowadays in the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem. However, do we know about specific cases in which they have been used? This article will present some of these practical examples, in areas as diverse as sports, politics or the economy. From BBVA to Obama, from baseball to the Gay Pride Week in Madrid, the use of data and its analysis to predict trends and behavior is here to stay.

10 Aug 2015

The BBVA-El Celler de Can Roca tour said goodbye to Argentina prior to embarking on the US leg of the tour. Over the course of their one-week stay in Buenos Aires, brothers Joan, Josep and Jordi Roca, owners of the world’s best restaurant, treated over 500 BBVA customers and guests to a specially designed menu, with ingredients and wines hailing from almost all of the country’s regions.

18 Mar 2015

La tecnología está dando pasos gigantes en el cambio del mundo. De la salud a la medicina, en las finanzas y en los propios hábitos de la sociedad. Si, por ejemplo, Big Data ya está siendo utilizado a gran escala en la NFL y la NBA, entonces estamos seguros de verlo tomar partido en el fútbol, y no se limita a las estadísticas. Los avances tecnológicos ya están siendo utilizados  para mejorar el juego, la técnica y la precisión , e incluso para  predecir las lesiones , como lo están haciendo el Real Madrid, el Benfica y el Borussia Dortmund, entre otros.

09 Jan 2012