Although there has been great discussion on Brexit’s international economic consequences, the full impact on British sports has yet to be seen. Sports teams are preparing for what could be a difficult transition period for international players. “There could be a major systematic issue if the E.U. rules for 16- to 18-year olds go away,” said Steve Gans, a Prince Lobel corporate and sports law partner who specializes in soccer business law. “You could see a problem over time, though I don’t see anything happening immediately.” Read the full story on the potential impacts, both economic and cultural, in the highly coveted realm of British sports.
Steve Gans Quoted in The New York Times on Brexit’s Consequences for British Sports
July 5, 2016