Translations Agencies: Sports Translation,

Sports Translation

Sport is often said to be the ‘universal language’, and Lingo24, Inc. works hard to bridge any linguistic gaps, working on sports translation projects for the media, sport clubs, consultancies and marketing companies.

We have 575 specialist sports translators, covering everything from football and soccer fans to sports medicine specialists. Since 2006, our team has delivered 500,000 words of sports translation; here’s an overview of the types of projects we currently complete for sports sector businesses:

  • Sports journalism
  • Press releases
  • Advertisements
  • Product packaging
  • Legal contracts
  • Website translations
  • Marketing collateral
  • Training manuals
Case studies

Global wrestling franchise

Lingo24, Inc. has worked with this world famous American wrestling entertainment franchise since 2009, translating 30,000 words of product packaging information and global advertising campaigns from English into French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese and Arabic.

Sports media consultancy

This specialist consultancy has worked with Lingo24, Inc. on a range of projects, from sports fact sheets and brochures to press releases and news articles; a total of 45,000 words since 2009 between English, German, French, Italian and Arabic.

A major project for this company, conducted during the 2010 soccer World Cup, involved translating articles by a major English soccer news website into Arabic, for simultaneous publication on websites in the UK and Middle East. Lingo24, Inc. created a team of specialist English to Arabic translators with exceptional knowledge of international soccer, to ensure that all references and colloquialisms specific to the sport were translated correctly.

We also integrated the company’s content management system with our Heart technology, to ensure that the content for translation would be transmitted instantly to our translators and published automatically in both systems.