Asian Football Confederation (AFC)

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has secured a two-year agreement, covering 2021 and 2022, for exclusive media rights to the Asian Football Confederation's major national team and club competitions

The scramble to replace Fox Sports Asia helped the Football Marketing Asia agency secure a strong deal for Asian Football Confederation rights last month in several important Southeast Asia markets.

The English Premier League’s head of media sales for Asia-Pacific, Michael Edelston, is leaving the organisation to take up a senior media-rights role at Formula E.

Aser Ventures' international sports broadcaster Eleven is launching a new subscription service in seven Asia-Pacific markets

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…

Online streaming broadcaster M Plus has acquired rights in Macau to competitions organised by the Asian Football Confederation

State-backed broadcaster Oman Sport Channel has picked up the media rights to the Asian zone qualifiers for the 2022 Fifa World Cup

Vietnamese state broadcaster VTV has acquired rights for Vietnam's upcoming qualifying matches for the 2022 Fifa World Cup in a sublicensing deal with telco FPT

Broadcaster Abu Dhabi Media has acquired the exclusive media rights in the United Arab Emirates for Asian Football Confederation events in the 2021 to 2024 rights cycle

Marketing firm PRO Company has acquired the media rights for Asian Football Confederation competitions in the 2021 to 2024 cycle

Sports streaming service DAZN has announced a media rights deal in Japan covering all Asian Football Confederation club and national competitions for the next eight years

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has announced a four-year media rights agreement with Football Sports Development Limited, a subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries, across the Indian…

RCTI+, a streaming platform operated by Indonesian media group MNC, has picked up the rights for Asian Football Confederation competitions in the Philippines for the remainder of 2021

Australia’s burgeoning sports streaming market benefitted another domestic rights-holder last month as Football Australia scored a major deal with media group Ten.

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