Uefa

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

Thai businessman Komol Jungrungreangkit stepped in to acquire the media rights in Thailand for the Uefa Euro 2020 football tournament in a last-minute deal on Friday

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Media Group has retained exclusive broadcast rights to Uefa club competitions in the Middle East and North Africa in a key renewal announced this morning

LiveScore, the sports update and live streaming provider, has agreed a three-season deal to make all Uefa Champions League matches available for free in Ireland via its app

Broadcasters in a total of 18 different European and Central Asian countries must submit their bids in the second week of June for a suite of Uefa men’s national team rights during the 2022-28 cycle.

HBO Max, the WarnerMedia-owned subscription streaming platform, has acquired broadcast rights in Brazil and Mexico to European club football competition the Uefa Champions League as part of its wider rollout…

Sales processes for Uefa club competition broadcast rights from 2021-22 to 2023-24 have been issued in Belarus, Moldova and Romania

An invitation to tender has finally been issued in the Middle East and North Africa for broadcast rights to Uefa club competitions, a rights property that has long been held by Doha-based pay-television…

Uefa has significantly increased the value of its national team rights in Austria from 2022-23, capitalising on fierce competition between ORF and Servus TV as the latter continues its sports-rights push.

The value of Uefa club competitions in Cyprus will stay steady in the upcoming three-season cycle as incumbent Cyta retained exclusive rights in the country.

Pay-per-view streaming platform LIVENow has acquired media rights in Singapore for Uefa Euro 2020 and agreed distribution deals with local telcos Singtel and Starhub

Prior to the project's collapse, the 12 founding members of the European Super League Company believed they could earn €4bn ($4.82bn) per season from media and marketing rights.

The controversial European Super League project is on the brink of failure following the withdrawal of most of its founding clubs

Team Marketing has initiated the broadcast rights sales process for the Uefa club competitions from 2021-22 to 2023-24 in Canada and an array of countries and territories in Southeast Asia

Uefa, football’s European governing body, recorded revenues of €3.04b

The founding members of the European Super League Company believe they can earn €4bn ($4.82bn) per season from media and marketing rights should their proposed breakaway from Uefa club competitions become a reality, SportBusiness Media understands.

Australian streaming platform Sports Flick has said it will "not be seeking to finalise" its bid for Uefa club competition media rights for the 2021-22 to 2023-24 cycle