Lega Serie A

Portuguese pay-television broadcaster Sport TV has renewed its exclusive media rights to Italy's Serie A for three seasons, from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Mounting debts and a lack of flexibility hampered Rai’s bid to retain Coppa Italia rights from 2021-22, leaving Italy’s public-service broadcaster without live, premium club football for at least the next three seasons.

The regulatory battle over the forthcoming rights cycle to Serie A, the top division of Italian club football, has continued with Telecom Italia (TIM) filing an appeal with antitrust authorities concerning…

Lega Serie A has accepted offers for rights to Italian football’s Coppa Italia and Supercoppa from 2021-22 to 2023-24 in four European countries, along with Australia, Hong Kong, Mongolia, Vietnam and s…

Italian football’s Lega Serie A has invited bids for packages including media rights for the sports betting sector, data for sports betting and media sectors and data sponsor rights for the three seasons f…

Pay-television broadcaster C More has secured media rights in Sweden and Finland to Italy's Serie A for the next three seasons

Lega Serie A is to enter a new phase of negotiations as it continues its attempts to derive a satisfactory value from its broadcast rights in the Middle East and North Africa from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Lega Serie A has invited interested parties in various international territories to engage in private negotiations for rights to Italian football’s Coppa Italia from 2021-22 to 2023-24.

Media Group AMC Networks International has secured media rights to show the Uefa Champions League and Italian football's Serie A from 2021-22 to 2023-24 on its Sport1 and Sport2 channels in Hungary

Lega Serie A has approved a tender process for the next set of broadcast rights to the Coppa Italia, with the organising body of the top division of Italian club football said to be opening up to offers…

Lega Serie A, organising body of the top division of Italian club football, has said it will soon reach a level of protection against broadcast piracy that is “unique in the world” after striking an agr…

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has acquired the final package of domestic live rights being marketed by Lega Serie A for the top division of Italian club football’s next cycle.

Broadcast rights to Italian football’s Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana from 2021-22 to 2023-24 have been acquired by a string of agencies and broadcasters in different international markets.

Lega Serie A, the governing body of the top division of Italian club football, has postponed its decision on the award of a second package of live domestic broadcast rights as it awaits the outcome of…

Lega Serie A, the governing body of the top division of Italian club football, is thought to have lowered the asking price for its second package of live domestic rights for the 2021-22 to 2023-24 period

Italian pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has moved to block the recent award of domestic Serie A broadcast rights to DAZN, the subscription streaming broadcaster, in an appeal lodged with a Milan…

Infront has won international media rights to the Italian Serie A by the tightest of margins, bidding €1m per season more than its closest challenger, Kosmos.