Fifa World Cup
Broadcast rights in sub-Saharan Africa to the 2026 Fifa World Cup and the 2027 Fifa Women’s World Cup are now on the market after two concurrent tender processes were opened by football’s world governing bod…
ORF, the public-service broadcaster, has acquired exclusive rights in Austria to the 2026 Fifa World Cup in a deal agreed directly with football's governing body
Fifa has today (Wednesday) launched the tender process in South Korea for media rights to the men's World Cup in 2026 and the Women's World Cup in 2027
Australian public-service broadcaster SBS has renewed its rights to the Fifa Men’s World Cup, securing an exclusive deal for all 104 matches of the 2026 edition.
Fifa is looking to take advantage of football euphoria in Australia with the launch today (Monday) of separate invitations to tender for the media rights to the men's World Cup in 2026 and women's edition…
Fifa has gone to market in Austria and Switzerland with the media rights in both countries to the 2026 World Cup
Hernan Lopez, the former chief executive at Fox International Channels, has been convicted of participating in a scheme to pay bribes to South American football officials, while the Full Play agency has…
Gianni Infantino expects Fifa to increase its media rights revenue by almost $1bn in the 2023-26 cycle, but his media rights sales team will go to market with a millstone around its neck.
Fifa generated broadcast income of $2.96bn (€2.77bn) in 2022, fuelled by media rights deals for the World Cup in Qatar and reflective of just over half of the governing body’s total revenue for the year.
Japanese digital media company CyberAgent reported a rare quarterly loss in its 2023 Q1 financial results, caused by the costly acquisition of 2022 Fifa World Cup rights by its streaming platform Abema
Sunday’s gripping Fifa World Cup final between Argentina and France attracted strong audiences across free-to-air broadcasters in Europe, although figures in Germany were down on previous finals not i…
France’s dramatic defeat in the Fifa World Cup final delivered an all-time viewing record in the country as commercial broadcaster TF1 netted an average audience of 24.1 million viewers.
TF1, the French commercial broadcaster, registered an average audience of 20.7 million last night as France defeated Morocco 2-0 to reach the Fifa World Cup final in Qatar
Rai, the Italian public broadcaster, attracted its highest audience of the 2022 Fifa World Cup last night as Argentina defeated Croatia to reach the final. The match was watched by an average of 10
Spain’s surprise defeat to Morocco at the Fifa World Cup attracted a Spanish free-to-air television audience of 12.6 million viewers during the penalty shootout yesterday (Tuesday).
Poland’s 3-1 defeat to France at the Fifa World Cup attracted an average audience of just under 10.8 million viewers across the television channels of Polish public broadcaster TVP.
France’s comfortable 3-1 World Cup victory over Poland attracted an average audience of 14.3 million viewers on French commercial broadcaster TF1 yesterday (Sunday) afternoon.
TF1, the French commercial broadcaster, has been left angered after missing a VAR decision that came after the full-time whistle in France’s Fifa World Cup match against Tunisia.