May 26 – Red Devils top Premier League with record broadcast payment of 60.4 million pounds ($97m) this season… UEFA awards Euro 2012 rights in Spain and Thailand. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
May 13 – FIFA and UEFA will keep fighting a court ruling guaranteeing free-to-air television broadcasts of the World Cup and European Championships… Stateside coverage of Chinese football… New arrangement for Poland. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
May 6 – Despite suggestions that A-League’s TV future is in doubt, Australian football boss Ben Buckley is holding out hope… Smaller Serie A clubs fight for a bigger slice of TV revenue pie… US sports network to screen South Korean football… Austrian broadcaster ORF gets Europa League rights. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
April 27 – ITV and Sky Sports retain UK media rights for the UEFA Champions League after agreeing a new three-year extension with European football’s governing body to cover the 2012-15 period.
17/2/2011 FIFA and UEFA fail in their legal bids against a European Commission ruling guaranteeing free-to-air television broadcasts of the World Cup and European Championships.
3/2/2011 The European Union’s highest court threatens the English Premier League’s dominance of individual TV territories, with a landmark opinion that could fundamentally alter the way that sports rights are sold across Europe.
1/2/2011 ESPN in the USA and TSN in Canada are awarded the broadcasting rights for UEFA’s 2012 and 2016 European Championships.
17/12/10 Tensions seem to be cooling between the FAs of Algeria and Egypt, one year after violent clashes between rival fans… New China coach eyes London 2012 qualification… CONCACAF Gold Cup visits new US cities… FOX and al-Jazeera secure UEFA Champions League rights deals. More inside… INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.