Fifa Club World Cup
Fluminense's weekend victory in the final of the Copa Libertadores, South America's elite clubs competition, has encouraged Brazilian media group Globo to invest in rights to the forthcoming Fifa Club…
Fifa is targeting commercial revenues of $1.5bn to $2bn from the expanded, 32-team Club World Cup in 2025, with media rights expected to account for about half of that.
US-based 1Stadia has acquired exclusive rights in the Indian subcontinent to upcoming competitions organised by Fifa, football's global governing body
Fifa plans to return the tournament to its pre-pandemic December date, which is understood to be preferable to January or February in terms of a broadcast product that can draw strong media rights revenues.
Sports broadcaster SPOTV has acquired rights in a host of Asian markets to the 2022 Fifa Club World Cup
Fifa has opted to retain rights to stream the 2022 Fifa Club World Cup free of charge in over 50 territories on its new OTT platform
Saran Media Group has secured rights for the 2022 Fifa Club World Cup across a number of countries in Europe and Central Asia
Italian pay-TV broadcaster Sky Italia has secured rights to broadcast the 2022 Fifa Club World Cup, which is taking place in Morocco next month. Sky Sport will show all seven matches live
French pay-TV broadcaster Canal Plus has acquired rights to the 2022 Fifa Club World Cup, which is taking place in Morocco next month
Brazilian media group Globo has acquired rights to the forthcoming 2022 Fifa Club World Cup
The deadline to submit bids for two rights packages in Brazil to the Fifa Club World Cup passed yesterday (Monday)
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.