FFF (French Football Federation)

Matches from France’s top futsal division will be streamed on a new OTT subscription platform following a five-year deal struck by the French Football Federation and Sportall, the France-based digital m…

The two domestic rights-holders to the Coupe de France knockout clubs competition, France Télévisions and Eurosport, have yet to pay last season’s final fee instalment, with the broadcasters maintaining the…

The two domestic rights-holders to the Coupe de France knock-out competition, France Télévisions and Eurosport, are thought to be seeking a 30-per-cent fee reduction this season due to the Covid-19 related r…

France’s Division 1 Féminine, the top tier of women’s football in the country, is to receive broadcast coverage in the US, UK, Germany and Italy from the 2020-21 season.

Canal Plus has paid an uplift to renew its rights to France’s Championnat National, the third tier of club football in the country, for another four seasons.

Luxembourg-based media company Fuchs Sports has agreed a five-season deal with the French Football Federation for digital rights to National 2 and National 3, the fourth and fifth tiers of the domestic…

French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has retained rights to France’s Championnat National, the third tier of club football in the country, for another four seasons.

The French Football Federation (FFF) has launched an invitation to tender for broadcast rights to the Championnat National, the third tier of club football in the country

The French Football League (LFP) has voted in favour of expanding Ligue 2 from 20 to 22 teams for the 2020-21 season, while Ligue 1 clubs are ready to offer their lower league compatriots an additional…

The French football league is still without a media-rights deal in Belgium after two match-weeks of the 2018-19 season

France’s football federation earned an increase of about 170 per cent in the value of its domestic women’s and youth football media rights last month.

The French football federation increased the value of its domestic Coupe de France media rights by about 33 per cent in a joint renewal with France Télévisions and Eurosport.

The French Football Federation (FFF) has extended rights deals with public-service broadcaster France Télévisions and sports broadcaster Eurosport for the Coupe de France club knockout tournament.

Beleaguered French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has retained a host of golf properties and added third-tier domestic football rights in recent weeks as it seeks to stem subscriber losses.

France’s Ligue 1 has earned an increase of 20 to 25 per cent in the value of its media rights in sub-Saharan Africa following deals agreed in recent weeks.

The French Commercial Court has ruled that a tender launched in 2010 for rights covering the second tier of football in the country, Ligue 2, was illegal.

The French Football Federation will launch its first channel on video-sharing website Dailymotion on Saturday, with the new platform dedicated to live coverage of the domestic game’s various amateur championships.