Central America

Mountrigi has profited from its Fifa media rights investment across the 2019-22 cycle, but is expected to earn far more from its rights to the 2026 Fifa World Cup held across the US, Mexico and Canada.

Global media platform OneFootball has signed a content sharing deal with Concacaf, marking its first such agreement with a continental governing body

Concacaf, the governing body for football in North America, Central America and the Caribbean, has signed a four-year extension to its agreement with Host Broadcast Services, the Infront-owned sports broadcast…

Media groups across Latin America are spending just under half a billion dollars on top-tier European club football rights in the current 2022-23 season, almost all of which is driven by the Premier League, LaLiga and Uefa club competitions.

Mediapro, the rights agency and international broadcast production group, has reached an exclusive agreement with El Savador-based network Telecorporación Salvadoreña (TCS) to advise broadcast production a…

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

Cricket Australia has agreed four-season renewals in the US and the Caribbean with Willow and Sportsmax, as well as its first ever deal in Latin America with ESPN.

The English Premier League has benefitted from intense competition between US media giants in Latin America to secure massive increases in deals with Disney and ViacomCBS, despite only offering rights for a three-season period.

ViacomCBS streaming service Paramount+ is expanding its global sports reach by securing exclusive Premier League rights in Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.

LaLiga and its international sales agent, Mediapro, took advantage of a red-hot market in Mexico and Central America to double its media rights income from the region, securing a new eight-season deal with Sky.

The Panamanian Football Federation (Fepafut) has agreed a five-year broadcast agreement with the Panama-based Producciones Deportivas Nacionales (Prodena) agency

Spain’s LaLiga has renewed its deal with Sky Mexico for a further eight seasons from 2024-25, securing a long-term broadcast home in one of its most important territories.

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 Asian Football Confederation has announced international sports broadcaster ESPN as its new rights-holder in Latin America, Central America, and non-exclusively in the Caribbean, for AFC competitions…
USA

The United Soccer League is expanding its global footprint by striking a broadcast agreement with ESPN International, which covers over 58 million linear homes and 46 million digital homes in 55 territories…

Lega Serie A has accepted offers for broadcast rights to the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana in the Balkan region and also the Americas, excluding the US, from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Top-tier Costa Rican football club Cartaginés has failed in its bid to cancel a domestic media rights deal with FUTV, opting to remain with the pay-television broadcaster for the foreseeable future.