Uefa Europa League

Pay-television broadcaster A1 Bulgaria has extended its rights to the Uefa Champions League and also secured rights to the Europa League and new third-tier Europa Conference League for the next three seasons

Telco FPT’s desire for football content to drive its video streaming platform has helped Uefa to an increase in the value of its club competition rights in Vietnam.

DAZN Group, the global sports subscription service and media company, has added more high-profile football content in Italy with the acquisition of rights to the Uefa Europa League and new third-tier Europa…

French pay-television broadcaster RMC Sport is to acquire rights in France to the Uefa Europa League and new third-tier Europa Conference League, it has been reported

Ukrainian telco Volia and international OTT streaming platform Megogo have continued their recent collaboration by agreeing a carriage deal for the latter’s coverage of the Uefa club competitions.

Sources say the deal represents a decrease of about 25 per cent compared to beIN’s previous deal, from 2018-19 to 2020-21.

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Media Group has retained exclusive broadcast rights to Uefa club competitions in the Middle East and North Africa in a key renewal announced this morning

Hong Kong telco PCCW has renewed its agreement with pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports for coverage of Uefa club competitions until the end of the 2023-24 season

An invitation to tender has finally been issued in the Middle East and North Africa for broadcast rights to Uefa club competitions, a rights property that has long been held by Doha-based pay-television…

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

Brazilian commercial broadcaster SBT has followed up its recent deal for Uefa Champions League rights by reaching an agreement for rights to the Europa League

Prior to the project's collapse, the 12 founding members of the European Super League Company believed they could earn €4bn ($4.82bn) per season from media and marketing rights.

The founding members of the European Super League Company believe they can earn €4bn ($4.82bn) per season from media and marketing rights should their proposed breakaway from Uefa club competitions become a reality, SportBusiness Media understands.

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