NFL

TV4 Media, the Telia-owned broadcaster, has acquired rights to show the National Football League in Sweden and Finland for three seasons, from 2022 until the Super Bowl in February 2025

The National Football League’s San Francisco 49ers have announced an agreement with United Kingdom sports radio station TalkSport to broadcast at least 11 of the 49ers regular season and games along w…
USA

Sports data and technology company Genius Sports Limited has partnered with Bally’s Interactive, the Bally’s division that operates its sports betting, iGaming, and daily fantasy sports platforms.

Commercial broadcaster ITV has secured a three-year deal for free-to-air rights to the National Football League in the UK and Ireland, from 2022 to 2024

Sports data company Genius Sports and bookmaker Bet365 have expanded their long-term agreement to cover an enhanced package of sports video content, including NFL betting streaming and data rights outside…

Free-to-air broadcaster Seven Network has renewed its rights in Australia for the National Football League for three years, 2022 to 2024. Seven will continue to show live coverage of 50 games per season

DAZN Group’s Laura Louisy has joined the National Football League in the role of director, international media strategy and business development.

Sport 24, the in-flight and in-ship service owned and operated by the IMG agency, has retained rights to American football’s National Football League for five more years.

Saudi Arabian state-owned media company Saudi Sports Company has announced its acquisition of National Football League rights. The broadcaster has announced a three-year agreement for the rights

OTT sports platform DAZN is to launch a 'conference' style NFL show in Germany this season called NFL ENDZN, becoming the first broadcaster outside the US to adapt the NFL's existing, popular RedZone format

Screach, the live sports streaming and advertising platform built specifically for commercial venues, has secured an agreement with the National Football League to deliver content in Poland

Bulgarian pay-television broadcaster A1 has acquired rights to show NFL games for the first time in the country, further strengthening its US sports portfolio