Coppa Italia

Broadcast rights to Italian football’s Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana from 2021-22 to 2023-24 have been acquired by a string of agencies and broadcasters in different international markets.

Lega Serie A has accepted offers for broadcast rights to the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana in the Balkan region and also the Americas, excluding the US, from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Lega Serie B, the governing body for Italy’s second tier of domestic football, has agreed an international rights deal with LIVENow, the streaming platform launched by Aser Ventures.

Italian football’s Lega Serie A today (Monday) issued the invitation to tender document for the league’s international broadcast rights from 2021-22 to 2023-24.

The final of Italian football’s Coppa Italia on Wednesday evening was watched by an average of 10.2 million viewers on Rai, the Italian public-service broadcaster.

The return of Italian football following a break of over three months generated record viewing figures for Italian public broadcaster Rai, which aired the second legs of both Coppa Italia semi-finals over…

TV2 Denmark, the government-owned subscription and free-to-air broadcaster, has secured rights to the remainder of this season’s Coppa Italia competition.

The Italian competition authority’s investigation into the sale of rights for Serie A is ostensibly a disaster for MP & Silva and B4 and a let-off for IMG. But MP & Silva and B4 are no longer active and IMG could yet face a major problem. The agency could be hit with a substantial damages claim by the league for lost earnings.

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Media has backtracked on its claim to have acquired broadcast rights to the 2018-19 Coppa Italia club football knockout competition in France, Australia and New Zealand

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has regained rights in France to the Coppa Italia club football knockout competition after a four-year hiatus

Indian OTT platform Hungama Play has struck an agreement with digital media company Veqta to show coverage of football’s Coppa Italia.

Italy’s Lega Serie A is heading for a big drop in the value of the media rights to the Coppa Italia and the Italian Super Cup following last year’s decision to take the rights in-house and sell market-by-market.

Singapore-based telco StarHub has acquired rights in Singapore and Indonesia for the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana club football competitions

African pay-television operator StarTimes has renewed its rights to the Coppa Italia in English, French, Portuguese and indigenous languages

Public-service broadcaster TVP has acquired Coppa Italia rights in Poland for the next three seasons, from 2018-19 to 2020-21, further bolstering its sports portfolio

Italy’s Lega Serie A last week announced new deals for its club-competition rights covering a host of markets.
USA

Pay-television broadcaster ESPN has enhanced its coverage of Italian football in the US by acquiring rights to the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana