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Holger Blask, managing director of marketing and sales at the DFB, tells SportBusiness Media the federation anticipated strong interest from broadcasters but was still “positively surprised” by the results.
The initial burst of deals across Europe are the first to be announced for the new cycle, and also the first major deals agreed by the DFB since it took DFB-Pokal rights back in house.
Japanese pay-television broadcaster Sky PerfecTV, the Bundesliga’s rights-holding broadcaster in Japan, is launching the Bundesliga Live App to deliver a tailored viewing experience for fans.
Pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has built on its association with the German Football Federation’s DFB-Pokal by agreeing a five-season deal for rights to the women’s edition of the club com…
The German Football Federation (DFB) has today (Friday) signed off on new domestic broadcast deals for the DFB-Pokal worth an uplift of over 20 per cent on the current agreements
German football’s DFB-Pokal is set to continue to be showcased on public-service television with ARD and ZDF said to have secured two packages of live rights from 2022-23 to 2025-26.
The German Football Association (DFB) has appointed Kay Dammholz as head of its media rights department
The German Football Federation (DFB) has unveiled the broadcast details for tomorrow’s (Thursday’s) DFB Pokal final, which will be streamed via the governing body’s official YouTube channel in countries witho…
The German Football Federation is inviting bids for domestic broadcast rights to the DFB-Pokal, the national club competition, with an increased staggering of kick-off slots to create more windows for…
The German Football Federation (DFB), Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund and Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur have become the latest shareholders in football media platform OneFootball
A decline in ticket and transfer income brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic has been blamed for causing the total revenues generated by clubs in Germany’s top-flight Bundesliga and second-tier 2.
Telecoms operator Deutsche Telekom has extended its broadcast rights to German football’s third-tier 3. Liga to include the 2022-23 season.
OneFootball, the Germany-based digital platform, has added more live streaming rights to its growing portfolio through a deal to show German football’s DFB Pokal, the national knockout club competition, i…
Infront has vowed to contest the termination of its contracts with the German Football Federation (DFB) after the sport’s governing body in Germany moved to sever its ties with the international sports m…
L’Équipe TV’s deal for French rights to the German DFB-Pokal covered just the climax of the 2019-2020 club knock-out competition, SportBusiness Media understands, meaning the property is still without a stable broadcast relationship in the country.
Germany’s Women’s Bundesliga is to receive broadcast coverage in the UK after a rights deal was struck by BBC Alba, the Gaelic-language channel of public-service broadcaster BBC Scotland.
Live matches from women’s football’s Frauen Bundesliga will be shown domestically by Eurosport after a long-term rights agreement was announced today by the Discovery-owned broadcaster.
German sports broadcaster Sport1 has agreed a new deal with the German Football Association (DFB) for rights to a selection of youth competitions in 2019