August 8 – The Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) has tendered the domestic broadcast rights for the Greek Cu, giving TV stations a month to submit their bids.
August 3 – Germany’s Bundesliga have extended their broadcast rights deal with Sony Pictures Networks India for a further three-years in India and the subcontinent.
July 25 – The Albanian Football Federation (FSHF) has issued a tender for the sale of the TV rights to the First League, Second League, the Super Cup and the Albanian Cup tournament.
July 18 – The Scottish Premier League (SPFL) has agreed multi-year extensions to its BBC broadcast deal and with Infront, for its international TV rights sales.
July 18 – The Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (NS/FS BiH) has renewed its TV rights contract with Telekom Srbija. All Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina matches, as well as cup games, will be broadcast on Arena Sport TV.
June 30 – The Albanian Football Federation (FSHF) has terminated its TV broadcasting contract with the Over Sport which owned the rights for First and Second tier of Albanian football, as well for Albanian Cup and Supercup.
June 9 – The Vietnamese K+ platform, a joint venture between Canal+ Group and national broadcaster VTV, has signed a deal to become the exclusive media rights holder of all AFC competitions in Vietnam for the 2025-2028 cycle.
June 1 – The governments of Britain, France, Spain, Germany and Italy have called on FIFA and broadcasters to “quickly reach an agreement” on TV rights for the Women’s World Cup this summer in Australia and New Zealand.
May 30 – Vietnam’s Women’s World Cup debut will be broadcast by National Assembly Television, following the acquisition of rights in the country by VMG Media, in the South Asian country. However, with just over 50 days to go until the tournament’s kick-off, FIFA is still to secure broadcast deals in key European markets.
May 17 – Serie A is targeting up to €7.2 billion from the upcoming sale of its domestic TV rights. The Italian top flight plans to extend contract durations from their current three-year cycle to up to five years in a bit to narrow the revenue gap with the Premier League, LaLiga and Bundesliga.
May 9 – EFL clubs have voted through a record new five-year TV coverage deal with Sky Sports worth £935 million.
May 5 – The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has opened an invitation to tender (ITT) for the broadcast rights to the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations.
May 5 – Mediapro has renewed its international broadcast representation deal with Spain’s LaLiga for a further five years.
May 2 – Bayern Munich will pay tow pre-season fixtures in Japan as part of the second edition of the ‘SKY PerfecTV! Bundesliga Japan Tour’.