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Japanese sport newspapers

Japanese sport newspapers have over 50 years of history and around 1.5 million readers every day. Japanese sport newspapers write in Japanese or in English about traditional sports like sumo, judo and karate or about imported sports with many fans like football, baseball, basketball, ping-pong and motor sports.

Sports Nippon Nikkan Sports Sankei Sports Daily Sports Tokyo Sports Japan Times Kyodo News Yomiuri Shimbun Asahi Shimbun Mainichi Daily News

Brazilian sport newspapers

Brazilian newspapers have over 100 years of history, are written in Portuguese and have about 1.5 million readers per newspaper every day. Brazilian sport newspapers write mainly about football that is the most popular sport in Brazil (the Brazilian national team is most successful football team winning 5 world cups), and other sports like tennis, volleyball, basketball and auto (formula one).
Jornal do Sports O Globo O Dia Folha de Sao Paulo Jornal do Brasil O Estado de S. Paulo
Correio Popular Diario de Pernambuco

Irish sport newspapers

Irish newspapers have over 100 years of history and sell over 100.000 newspapers a day. Irish sport newspapers write about sports that are popular on the island: Gaelic football, rugby, football, cycling, hockey and hurling. The best national team in Irish sport is the rugby team who is ranked top five in the world.

Irish Examiner
The Irish Independent
The Irish Times
The Munster Express
The Evening Echo
Irish Dayly Star
The Sunday Tribune