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BeIN Sports and France Télévisions have renewed their rights to the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup rugby union competitions after finalising new four-year deals with European Professional Club Rugby (…

Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has secured exclusive rights for European Professional Club Rugby competitions in South Africa and other 'key territories' in sub-Saharan Africa for three seasons,…

The United Rugby Championship, European Professional Club Rugby and France’s Top 14 have bundled their US media rights together for the first time and secured a deal with streaming service FloSports.

BT Sport is set to continue as the exclusive pay-television broadcaster of European Professional Club Rugby competitions in the UK and Ireland, SportBusiness understands

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports and public-service broadcaster France Télévisions are set to retain rights in France to the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup European club rugby union competitions, i…

European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) has finalised its international media rights sales strategy for the next three seasons after appointing the Infront agency and River Media Partners, the UK-based…

European Professional Club Rugby, organising body of the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup, has announced the expansion of the two club competitions with the inclusion of five South African teams

The finals of the 2022-23 Champions Cup and Challenge Cup rugby union tournaments will now be held at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, and not Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as initially planned

RDA has been awarded a net sum of €205,662 (£174,000/$235,000) following a legal dispute with European Professional Club Rugby over the UK-based media rights agency’s use of a ‘force majeure’ clause t…

European Professional Club Rugby, organising body of the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup tournaments, has appointed Dominic McKay as a non-executive director and as its chairman on an interim basis.