Thai League 1

Chinese tech giant Tencent has agreed a collaboration with Thai media company Zense Entertainment to create an app to deliver live streaming match coverage and other content from Thai football

The 2020-21 Toyota Thai League 1 and 2 seasons, which are currently paused due to the pandemic, will resume on February 6 and end on March 28

The Football Association of Thailand has officially announced a landmark, long-term media-rights deal with Thai company Zense Entertainment running until 2028, as well as a short-term arrangement with…

Thai government-owned broadcaster NBT will show live coverage of the domestic football league, Thai League 1, from next month, after current rights-holder TrueVisions' deal expires

The Football Association of Thailand is seeking financial support to see it through its current cash flow problems caused by media rights-holder disputes and a lack of sponsorship support

The Thai football league season may restart earlier than planned due to pressure from domestic broadcast partner TrueVisions, the Football Association of Thailand has said - Bangkok Post

The Football Association of Thailand has called on all relevant parties to find a solution to the rights issue jeopardising the conclusion of Thai League 1

The International Olympic Committee will meet today to discuss ways of pushing ahead with plans for a "frugal" Tokyo Games next year

The Football Association of Thailand has written to the country's clubs to ask whether they want to play the remaining games of the 2020 season, and warned that they face a drop in funding due to sponsorship…

Thai pay-television broadcaster TrueVisions is threatening not to show the end of the extended Thai League 1 football season, and is demanding a reduction in its rights fees for the competition

The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon has been pushed back to 2022 due to Covid-19