K League

Korean baseball, football and volleyball leagues are welcoming fans back to stadiums in Seoul this week as the government relaxes pandemic-related restrictions

Korean football’s K League has signed a deal with non-fungible token (NFT) developer Blueberry NFT.

Positive Covid-19 tests and increasing cases are leading to match postponements and fan restrictions in Asian football leagues, with Korea's K League and Singapore's Premier League announcing responses…

The Korea Professional Football League and sports data firm Sportradar are launching a new streaming platform, K League TV, targeting international markets

Korea's football league, the K League, has agreed a joint venture with telco KT Corporation to create a football television channel

South Korean football's K League has reported significant increases in audiences for its digital content in 2020 compared to the previous season

The Korean K League's board of directors has recommended cuts to player salaries to ease the financial burden on clubs during the Covid-19 period

The restriction on fans attending South Korean football games will be raised to 25 per cent of stadium capacity from August 14

Football media platform OneFootball is to broadcast free coverage of Korea’s K League to users in France, Italy, Spain, the UK and Brazil in a deal with Sportradar, the agency that was last year appointed t…

Asian football leagues are experiencing mixed fortunes as they seek to return after Covid-19 shutdowns

South Korean football's K League is today opening ticket sales for matches this weekend, as it prepares to welcome fans back to stadiums for the first time since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic

Insurance companies are removing or ramping up the cost of pandemic insurance for sports events - CNA/Reuters South Korean football's K League hopes to have fans back in stadiums from July 10 - Yonhap

There have been six positive Covid-19 tests from English Premier League players or club staff after the league's first phase of testing - Sky Sports

David Griffiths, senior member of the sports and entertainment team at Miller Insurance, on the challenges presented by playing sport behind closed doors.

Korean football's K League became the focus of the football and wider sports world's attention at the weekend, as it resumed its 2019-20 season after suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Korean football's K League and its media rights distribution partner Sportradar have agreed deals in 17 international markets ahead of the league's 2020 season restart today

Korean football's K League will stream the first match of its restarted 2020 season this Friday for free to a global audience on YouTube and Twitter