Uefa Europa Conference League

The value of Uefa club competitions in Cyprus will stay steady in the upcoming three-season cycle as incumbent Cyta retained exclusive rights in the country.

Cypriot telco Cyta has retained its exclusive broadcast rights to Uefa club competitions from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Česká Televize, the public-service broadcaster in the Czech Republic, has retained rights to European club football’s second-tier Uefa Europa League from 2021-22 to 2023-24.

The rivalry between United Media and Telekom Srbija is having dramatic effects on the sports broadcasting landscape in the Balkans and beyond.

The Team Marketing agency has started the sales process for Uefa club competitions broadcast rights in another European country, after inviting interested parties in Hungary to bid across the 2021-24 cycle

Broadcasters in the Indian subcontinent have been given an extension to the first-round bid deadline for rights to Uefa club competitions across the 2021-24 cycle

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has added rights to the Uefa Europa League and Europa Conference League to its Polish offering

Greek pay-television broadcaster Cosmote has increased its outlay 10 per cent to renew its rights to Uefa’s club competitions for the 2021-24 cycle. The increase was driven by a desire to ward off the threat of resurgent pay-television broadcaster Nova.

The Team Marketing agency has started the sales processes for media rights to Uefa club competitions from 2021-22 to 2023-24 in another significant market, inviting bids in Turkey

The sales processes for in-flight and in-ship broadcast rights to Uefa’s club competitions from 2021-22 to 2023-24 have been initiated.

The value of Uefa club competition rights has rebounded in the Netherlands due to a change in Uefa’s coefficient ranking system that will guarantee at least one Dutch club’s automatic qualification to the Champions League from 2021-22.

Latin America is the latest territory in which invitations to submit offers have been issued for Uefa club competitions broadcast rights from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Italian pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has successfully driven down its fee for Uefa’s lower-tier club competition rights in a three-season renewal. The motivation was, in large part, its inability to acquire exclusive streaming rights under the new rules from Italy’s antitrust authority.

Broadcasters in the Indian subcontinent have been invited to lodge their bids for rights to the Uefa club competitions across the 2021-24 cycle

The sales process in Cyprus for broadcast rights to Uefa’s club competitions from 2021-22 to 2023-24 has been initiated today (Monday).

Italian pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has expanded its coverage of Uefa club competitions by retaining rights to the Uefa Europa League and also adding the new third-tier Europa Conference League…

The Team Marketing agency has launched a sales process in Poland for broadcast rights to club competitions in the new 2021-22 to 2023-24 cycle