Coupe de France

The two domestic rights-holders to the Coupe de France knockout clubs competition, France Télévisions and Eurosport, have yet to pay last season’s final fee instalment, with the broadcasters maintaining the…

The two domestic rights-holders to the Coupe de France knock-out competition, France Télévisions and Eurosport, are thought to be seeking a 30-per-cent fee reduction this season due to the Covid-19 related r…

German sports broadcaster Sport1 has secured rights to French football’s Coupe de France in a deal running until the end of the 2021-22 tournament.

Subscription streaming service DAZN has added the Coupe de France to its football rights properties in German-speaking countries

Greek pay-television broadcaster Nova has agreed with the IMG agency a deal to extend Dutch Eredivisie rights for a further season. The deal will be for the 2019-20 season only

The Coupe de France club football competition will receive free-to-air exposure in the UK after digital television channel FreeSports acquired rights to the remainder of this season’s tournament.

Cypriot telcos Cablenet and PrimeTel have agreed a deal through which they will bring their sporting content under one roof from 2019