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

Pooling media rights to Korea’s K-League with national-team matches was supposed to create a property more valuable than the sum of its parts. John Duerden investigates why it isn’t working yet.

Sportdigital Fussball, the subscription broadcaster in German-speaking countries, has acquired rights to Korea’s K League as live football returns to the broadcaster’s schedule.

Korea's K League has agreed media rights deals in 10 overseas markets, with potentially more to come, as it prepares to become one of the few football leagues in the world to resume play next month

The South Korean professional football season will kick off on May 8, after more than two months out of action due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Korean football's K-League is projecting a decline in revenues of KRW57.5bn ($47m) this year due to Covid-19