English Football League

The agency is currently in the market seeking new broadcast deals ahead of the 2022-23 season, several of which are expected to be two-season extensions to existing agreements.

The English Football League has launched a channel on short-form video platform TikTok

The English Football League has initiated a search for advisers as it weighs up its options ahead of the sale of international broadcast rights from the 2022-23 season onwards

International sports broadcaster Eleven Sports has acquired exclusive rights in Portugal to the Championship, the second tier of English club football

Singaporean pay-television platforms Singtel and Starhub have acquired rights for selected English Football League and EFL Cup matches for the 2019-20 season, in a deal with agency Reddentes Sports and…

The English Football League will review the processes by which it negotiates broadcast deals after an independent report questioned the way it extended its contract with pay-television broadcaster Sky

DAZN has completed its portfolio of rights to English football properties in Spain, adding the FA Cup, English League Cup and the English Football League in deals with the Pitch International agency

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has defended its extended rights deal with the English Football League in the face of opposition from a number of leading Championship clubs, claiming no other media company…

Sky’s renewal of the exclusive live rights to the English Football League and the stronger grip it has taken on the rights to the Scottish Professional Football League – to add to its dominance of Pre…

BeIN Media Group has struck a four-season deal for English Football League rights in multiple markets

The English Football League (EFL) has been accused of 'deliberately misleading' clubs after fixtures from English soccer's lower leagues were allowed to be streamed live domestically on Saturday afternoon

The Scottish Professional Football League has sold its international media rights to the Infront agency following the collapse of its previous deal with rival agency MP & Silva

UK DTT channel Quest has dislodged commercial broadcaster Channel Five as the free-to-air highlights rights-holder for the English Football League, which operates the three divisions of football below the top-tier Premier League, according to the Daily Mail newspaper.

Fox Sports Africa has bolstered its European football content by acquiring rights to the English Football League and the Turkish Süper Lig across sub-Saharan Africa

Kwesé Sports is understood to be close to a deal for English Football League rights with Pitch International, but has not met the agency’s original asking price.

The English Football League, which operates the three club divisions below the top-tier Premier League, is to launch a new live-streaming and content platform for overseas fans.

To secure an increase in the value of its domestic media rights, the English Football League must make pay-television operator Sky believe it is facing real competition and enable the bigger clubs to control their own digital services in a way that neither erodes Sky’s exclusivity nor upsets the smaller clubs.

The English Football League and its domestic live rights partner, pay-television broadcaster Sky, have pledged to give clubs at least five weeks’ notice ahead of any matches that will have their kick-off times changed to allow for live television coverage this season.