Asian Football Confederation (AFC)

Live streaming service Sporttotal has acquired rights in Germany, Austria and Switzerland to the Asian Football Confederation’s final round of qualifiers for the 2022 Fifa World Cup in Qatar.

Pay-television broadcaster Caribbean Satellite Television Network has acquired the rights to broadcast Asian Football Confederation matches across the 2021-24 cycle

Thai pay-television broadcaster True has agreed a media rights deal for Asian Football Confederation club competitions during the remainder of this year

Sports streaming service DAZN has agreed an exclusive media rights deal for the AFC Champions League in Japan for the next eight years

The Maldives' state broadcaster Public Service Media has picked up the rights to the Asian Football Confederation's club and national competitions for the 2021-24 cycle
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The CBS Sports division of the US network CBS has secured exclusive broadcast rights to Asian Football Confederation competitions in the United States for the next three years

Pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has announced a media-rights deal with the Asian Football Confederation to show coverage of its major national and club competitions across sub-Saharan Africa

The first events of the Asian Football Confederation’s 2021-24 commercial cycle began last week with media rights coverage gaps in Japan and most of the Middle East and North Africa, and only a couple o…

The Dentsu agency has extended its long-running deal to represent the Asian Football Confederation’s commercial rights in Japan until 2024.

Sports streaming service Fanseat has acquired rights to show Asian Football Confederation major national and club team tournaments for 2021 and 2022

LaLigaSportsTV, the OTT streaming platform of LaLiga, has acquired broadcast rights in Spain and Andorra to Asia’s AFC Champions League from 2021 to 2024.

Saudi Arabian state-owned media company Saudi Sports Company has acquired media rights for Asian Football Confederation competitions in the 2021-24 cycle

The Asian Football Confederation has named sports broadcaster TV Start as their new media partner in Russia and the CIS territories. TV Start will show the AFC’s major competitions from 2021 to 2024.

Pay-television broadcaster C More has acquired rights in Finland and Sweden to the Asian Football Confederation’s club and national teams competitions across the 2021-24 cycle.

T Sports, a new sports broadcaster in Bangladesh that launched last year, has acquired Asian Football Confederation national team and club competition media rights in a four-year deal for the 2021-24 cycle

The Asian Football Confederation has announced a rights deal with Turkish pay-television broadcaster D-Smart to broadcast AFC competitions in the country from 2021 to 2024

Data and digital media firm Sportradar has announced an eight-year, global data and video rights deal with the Asian Football Confederation, covering the 2021-28 period