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Concacaf believes its multi-event deal with Flow Sports will lead to “evolution on and off the field” for Caribbean football, as local clubs will have a consistent broadcast platform upon which to commercialise their operations

The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) last month agreed a new deal with Fox Networks Group in Latin America for its club competitions, earning a decent increase.

Agency Lagardère Sports has paid a slight increase to acquire international rights to Concacaf events.

Distributing the commercial rights to next summer’s Copa América Centenario is a “great opportunity” for the IMG agency.

Interview with Ioris Francini, president of media and events, and Michael Mellor, head of football, IMG, on the agency’s deal for Copa América Centenario rights.

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Football in the US is facing a unique opportunity to grow in the country now due to the proliferation of multiple media platforms for distribution, Concacaf’s chief commercial officer Heidi Pellerano t…
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Leading Hispanic media company Univision has signed a deal with regional soccer federation Concacaf to gain the Spanish-language rights in the United States for both the women’s and men’s Olympic qualifying tou…
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US broadcaster Fox Sports and regional soccer federation Concacaf have agreed to a multi-year English-language rights deal, which includes the 2021 and 2023 Gold Cups as well as USA men’s and women’s Oly…

OneSoccer, Mediapro’s OTT sports streaming service in Canada, has acquired exclusive rights to the 2021 and 2023 editions of the Concacaf Gold Cup, the national team tournament for associations from N…

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The contract for the unsold commercial rights to next year’s centenary edition of the Copa América represents an opportunity for sports-rights agencies to build relationships with the two governing bodies of football in the Americas.

The centenary version of the Copa América, which will take place in the US in June 2016, looks likely to earn at least twice as much in media rights income as the 2015 Copa América.