Fifa Club World Cup
Canal 11, the in-house television channel of the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF), has acquired rights to the concluding stages of the 2021 Fifa Club World Cup
Sports-focused streaming service and channel aggregator fuboTV has continued to bolster its soccer presence in Canada by picking up exclusive rights to the Fifa Club World Cup
Free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4 has landed rights in the UK to this month’s Fifa Club World Cup.
German sports broadcaster Sport1 has acquired rights for next month’s Fifa Club World Cup.
Chinese streaming platforms Migu, Youku and Donqiudi have acquired rights for next month's Fifa Club World Cup, in deals brokered by the China Sports Media agency
Brazilian media group Bandeirantes has acquired broadcast rights to the 2021 Fifa Club World Cup
Bild, the German newspaper and publisher owned by the Axel Springer group, is to stream live coverage of Bayern Munich’s matches at the forthcoming Fifa Club World Cup.
Sports marketing companies and private equity houses bidding to become the vehicle for the delivery of Fifa’s new China-hosted club competition in 2021 will face the same challenge: the competition is only likely to be successful if a Chinese company is involved.
Subscription OTT platform DAZN has signed a deal for broadcast rights in Spain to the ongoing Fifa Club World Cup
Widespread free-to-air coverage in Europe of the Fifa Club World Cup has been ensured through a new rights agreement with Eurovision Sport, the sports arm of the European Broadcasting Union
Saran Media, the Turkish rights agency, has renewed its deal for the exclusive rights in Turkey to the 2019 and 2020 Fifa Club World Cup tournaments