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Sport 24, the in-flight and in-ship service owned and operated by the IMG agency, has retained rights to broadcast the Fifa World Cup in an agreement covering this year’s edition in Qatar.

Fifa has issued an invitation to tender in Spain for media rights to the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup, inviting broadcasters to submit their first-round offers by 10am (CET) on October 11.

Fifa is the latest rights-holder to suffer a fee cut in a Hong Kong market that has been on the slide for several years, selling 2022 World Cup rights to leading local sports broadcaster Now TV.

Media rights for this year's Fifa World Cup have been acquired by Now TV in Hong Kong and Tap DMV in the Philippines, in deals brokered by the Infront agency

Fifa has launched its direct-to-consumer streaming service, Fifa+, in China

Media group ARY has moved further into the sports broadcasting landscape in Pakistan, paying an increased fee to secure exclusive linear and digital rights to the 2022 Fifa World Cup.

Pay-television operator ARY has sublicensed media rights in Pakistan for the forthcoming Fifa World Cup

Former Fifa secretary general Jérôme Valcke has been found guilty by a Swiss appeals court of forging documents and corruption in a case relating to World Cup media rights, but beIN Media Group chairman a…

Fifa has issued an invitation to tender for media rights to the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup, inviting broadcasters to submit their first-round offers by 10am (BST) on July 12.

Fifa+, the ad-funded streaming service from world football's governing body, has added Japanese, Korean, Italian and Bahasa to its language options, with Arabic to follow soon

World football’s governing body Fifa has launched an invitation to tender in France for the broadcast rights to the 2023 Women’s World Cup.

Fifa and the Infront agency faced significant challenges with World Cup rights in Indonesia for the second successive cycle, rescuing the situation by striking a deal with media group Emtek.

Brazilian media group Globo is reported to have secured exclusive rights to the 2023 Fifa Women's World Cup

A new documentary produced by Indian sports marketing agency Rise Worldwide has launched on Fifa+, world football’s governing body's new direct-to-consumer service.

The UK government has added the Fifa Women's World Cup and the Uefa Women's European Championship to its listed events regime, ensuring the tournaments will remain on free-to-air television in the country

Fifa is to launch an invitation to tender (ITT) tomorrow (Thursday) for the sale of broadcast rights to the 2023 Women’s World Cup in selected territories across Asia.

International subscription and streaming broadcaster Eleven is providing live content for Fifa+, the OTT streaming service launched this week by football’s global governing body.