LFP Media

Direct-to-consumer services will soon be an integral part of the international media strategies of Europe’s top five football leagues, with Serie A and the Bundesliga rolling out D2C offerings in multiple markets and the Premier League developing its product.

France’s Ligue 1 will have a new broadcaster in Brazil next season after fast-growing streamer CazéTV acquired rights in an exclusive three-year deal.

The 2.1 million first-season subscriber target for Ligue 1’s mooted D2C channel has been questioned by one of France’s most experienced sports rights executives, while the league’s own clubs have cast doubts on the viability of the proposal.

French football's LFP Media has announced its first direct deal with a broadcaster for its next international rights cycle, a three-year agreement with DAZN across Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) continues to ready a back-up plan to launch its own league channel with details of the model behind the proposed subscription service emerging this week.

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) is expected to re-start the Ligue 2 domestic rights sales process next week as negotiations around rights to the top tier continue to drag on just 78 days b…

LFP Media has turned to Infront to sell its media rights across much of Europe, Asia and Oceania, its second agency distribution agreement in quick succession.

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) has announced its first international rights deal since launching a tender over six months ago, an 18-territory pact with Saran Media covering Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) has claimed a global football first by developing and operating its own non-fungible token (NFT) fantasy game.

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) announced today (Tuesday) that it received no offers meeting its ambitious reserve prices for the two main packages of live Ligue 1 rights, with private negotiations n…

The international media rights ITT released on Friday for Ligue 1, Ligue 2 and Trophée des Champions leaves scope for the league to retain a strong involvement in selling rights in-house but also does not preclude a global agency deal.

Broadcasters and agencies will be able to bid for Ligue 1 international rights across three or five seasons from 2024-25 onwards after the invitation to tender was launched by LFP Media today (Friday).

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) is set to go to market with its international rights at the start of next month, affording it time to meet with interested broadcasters and agencies at next m…

Details of the domestic invitation to tender for French football’s top two divisions were unveiled today (Tuesday) with league authorities hoping new five-year contract lengths and match scheduling can a…

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) wants to give broadcasters the option of bidding for rights across five seasons when it issues its domestic tender on September 12.

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) has made Jérôme Dumois of players’ body the Union Nationale des Footballeurs Professionels (UNFP) the latest hire to its new LFP Media division. T