German Bundesliga

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Mexico has agreed a four-season extension to its rights deal for the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga, the top two divisions of German club football

The German Football League (DFL) has formed a working group to weigh up the future of domestic club football which, among other proposals, could lead to an increase in top-tier Bundesliga games shown on…

Match TV ceased broadcast of its second German Bundesliga football match this month at the weekend, due to messages displayed in the stadium concerning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Betting data services company Sportradar has agreed a five-year extension to its international betting data and streaming rights distribution agreement with Germany’s Bundesliga.

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has hired former Bundesliga International executive Patrick Stüber as its head of sports rights and commercialisation.

Media group Network4, the new Bundesliga rights-holder in Hungary, will this weekend become the first broadcaster in Europe to make use of the German league’s new interactive feed service.

The German Bundesliga was the first of the 'Big Five' European football leagues to secure a media-rights deal with Chinese state broadcaster CCTV for the 2021-22 season

Diplomatic processes put in place in 2021 to heal the rift between Saudi Arabia and Qatar have brought an end to the four-and-half-year dispute, sparking hope that the region’s sports broadcasting market will soon revert to normality.

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has agreed a two-year deal for exclusive media rights to the German Bundesliga in the Indian subcontinent

Disney is hoping its decision to dominate the football rights market in Latin America will drive a strong influx of subscribers to its Star+ streaming platform, which launched across the region on August 31.

The German Bundesliga will be broadcast across nine South American countries by ESPN’s newly-launched Star+ streaming service under a five-year agreement announced this afternoon.

As the fallout continues from the collapse of PP Sports, the media rights value of major European football properties in China has fallen sharply in new deals agreed ahead of the 2021-22 season

Chinese digital media company Bytedance has acquired non-exclusive streaming rights for the German Bundesliga in a one-season deal covering 2021-22

Bundesliga International, the global rights sales arm of the German Bundesliga, is moving closer to re-establishing live coverage in the Middle East and North Africa following the expiry of its deal with…

Media company Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent Group) has opted against sublicensing rights in the Netherlands to the German Bundesliga in a short-term deal, with matches from the new season instead available…

Chinese technology and media giant Tencent has acquired non-exclusive streaming rights in China to the German Bundesliga in a two-season deal covering 2021-22 and 2022-23

Spanish pay-television broadcaster Movistar Plus has agreed a three-season extension to its rights deal for the German Bundesliga, the top division of German club football