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Panama football federation signs four-year IMG distribution deal

Federación Panameña de Fútbol (FEPAFUT), the governing body of football in Panama, has agreed a four-year deal with the IMG agency to distribute its media rights internationally.

The contract, which excludes Panama, will run through 2022.

It includes the men’s national team’s qualifying matches for the 2022 Fifa World Cup, as well as home friendly matches, women’s national team matches and all Panamanian league matches.

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