Fifa Women's World Cup
Dutch public-service broadcaster NOS has secured free-to-air rights to the 2023 Fifa Women's World Cup, furthering its position as the home of the Netherlands men's and women's football teams
An invitation to tender has been issued for in-flight and in-ship rights to the 2022 Fifa World Cup and 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup.
Telco Optus has acquired exclusive rights in Australia to select European qualification matches for the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup.
An outbreak of ‘streaming wars’ in Australia has injected life into a sports media rights market that this time last year looked threatened by a sharp decline.
The IMG agency has been awarded damages to compensate for lost rights fees in its lawsuit against the German arm of TUI Cruises following its live broadcasts of 2018 Fifa World Cup and 2019 Women’s World C…
Optus secures home Women's World Cup rights with big first-round bid.
Telco Optus has acquired the exclusive media rights in Australia for the 2023 Fifa Women's World Cup, which is being jointly hosted by the country and New Zealand
Fifa is the latest rights-holder to benefit from fierce competition in the Nordics as it sealed huge increases for both the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup and the men’s World Cup in 2026.
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group, the Stockholm-based media group, has acquired exclusive rights in Denmark, Norway and Sweden to the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup, which will take place in Australia a…
Fifa has opened up its match archive across its multiple content channels and is calling on fans to vote to watch their favourite World Cup matches in response to the Covid-19 outbreak
Football’s Fifa Women’s World Cup and the Paralympic Games are reportedly set to be added to the ‘crown jewels’ legislation governing sporting events reserved for broadcast on free-to-air television in the …
NBC Sports is looking to capitalize on the United States' ongoing run in the Women's World Cup by simulcasting games broadcast in Spanish on sister network Telemundo Deportes on NBCSN
World football’s governing body Fifa is “seeking the cooperation” of regional satellite provider Arabsat to prevent further unauthorised broadcasts of its Women’s World Cup competition by Saudi-based pirate …
A French court has ruled that regional satellite provider Arabsat distributes Saudi-based pirate broadcaster beoutQ on its satellites, something that Arabsat had denied
The Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria, a body of public and commercial broadcasters, has backtracked on its announcement last weekend that it has concluded an agreement with Fifa for free-to-air rights…
Qatar-based broadcaster beIN Media Group has acquired multi-platform rights in territories across Asia and the Mena region for the upcoming Fifa Women's World Cup football tournament in France
OTT streaming service DAZN has acquired pay-television rights to 26 live matches of the 2019 Fifa Women’s World Cup from the SportA agency in Germany.