Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has acquired exclusive rights in the Indian subcontinent to the DFB-Pokal, Germany’s knockout clubs competition, for the 2022-23 season.
WSC Sports has announced an agreement with the German Football Association (DFB) to use its platform to create localised, real-time highlights for the DFB-Pokal, Germany’s knockout clubs competition.
OneFootball, the streaming and media platform, has agreed a deal with UK pay-television broadcaster Premier Sports to show highlights of Spain’s LaLiga, as well as live matches from Germany’s DFB-Pokal and…
French media group L’Équipe has acquired rights to the 2022 World Judo Championships and is set to extend its coverage of the Copa del Rey and DFB-Pokal club football competitions.
Australian telecoms operator Optus has further enhanced its football portfolio by acquiring rights to German knockout cup competitions the DFB-Pokal and DFB-Pokal Frauen
ESPN has secured a multiyear extension with the German Football Association (DFB) for the exclusive United States media rights to the DFB-Pokal club competition through 2026.
The Deutsche Fussball Bund has agreed a slate of new deals for the DFB-Pokal club competition ahead of the 2022-23 season, but U-turned on a potential deal with Russian pay-television broadcaster Match TV.
The DFB has benefitted from strong levels of competition to double the value of international betting streaming and data rights to the DFB-Pokal.
IMG Arena, the sports betting arm of the Endeavor-owned agency, has been awarded the international betting video and fastpath data rights to the DFB-Pokal, Germany’s top-tier cup competition.
The German Football Federation (DFB) has initiated an invitation to tender process for international betting streaming and data rights to the DFB-Pokal, Germany’s top-tier cup competition, ahead of the n…
Holger Blask, managing director of marketing and sales at the Deutsche Fussball-Bund, speaks to SportBusiness Media following a series of media rights deals for the DFB-Pokal in Europe.
The initial burst of deals across Europe are the first to be announced for the new cycle, and also the first major deals agreed by the DFB since it took DFB-Pokal rights back in house.
The German Football Federation (DFB) has signed a quartet of four-season media rights deals in Europe for its DFB-Pokal club cup competition, while also signing shorter-term deals in an array of other…
Helbiz Media, the domestic and international streaming rights-holder to Italian football’s second-tier Serie B, has added rights to Germany’s DFB-Pokal and content from American football’s NFL to its o…
The value of the DFB-Pokal’s domestic media rights will rise by about 23 per cent from next season thanks to improved deals with both free-to-air and pay-television broadcasters.
Germany-based digital platform OneFootball has continued its live coverage in the UK and Ireland of German club football competition the DFB-Pokal