Uefa Women's Champions League

Pay-television broadcaster Eleven Sports and Canal 11, the in-house television channel of the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF), have acquired media rights in Portugal to the final stages of the 2020-21…

European football governing body Uefa and its appointed Two Circles agency have accepted five offers for 'Women’s Football Global Sponsorship Packages' for the 2021-25 cycle.

The Spring Media agency is streaming live free-to-view coverage of several round-of-32 matches in Uefa’s Women’s Champions League on its dedicated women’s football OTT platform, Wnited. I

Catalan public-service broadcaster TV3 has acquired rights to the Uefa Women’s Champions League club football competition.

Telco Altice has acquired the exclusive rights to all home matches played by Olympique Lyonnais in the Women’s Champions League for the 2020-21 season.

Uefa, European football’s governing body, and its appointed agency TRM Partners, are to invite bids from prospective match ball and apparel suppliers for Uefa women’s competitions during the 2021-25 cyc…

The Spring Media agency has acquired the international media rights of seven high-profile European clubs to the Uefa Women’s Champions League for this season, it said on Friday.

The value of PepsiCo’s recently-announced sponsorship of Uefa women's football at all levels, from 2020-21 through to the summer of 2025, has been placed at around €2.5m

Media tender on for Uefa’s women’s club and national team competitions closes October 14 Uefa seeking broadcast partners which can take ‘edgy’ approach using different platforms TRM a

Uefa, football’s European governing body, has today (Monday) started the sales process for centralised broadcast rights to the Uefa Women’s Champions League from 2021-22 to 2024-25.

PepsiCo’s senior director for global sports marketing, Adam Warner, commends Uefa for finding 'different sources of value' in this year reformatted Men's Champions League and explains why the brand has decided to expand its relationship with the governing body to include women's club and national competitions. Ben Cronin reports.

Sunday’s Uefa Women’s Champions League final between Lyon and Wolfsburg attracted record viewing figures in both France and Germany.

RTÉ will show live coverage of Sunday’s Uefa Women’s Champions League final in a first for the Irish public-service broadcaster.

Global food and beverage company PepsiCo had added to its presence in elite European football by sponsoring Uefa’s major women’s club and national team competitions until 2025.

Pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus and free-to-air digital terrestrial channel W9 have acquired live rights in France to the Women’s Champions League final.

Mediapro, the production and rights agency, has announced that it will broadcast the latter stages of the 2019-20 Uefa Women’s Champions League tournament on its free-to-air GolTV platform in Spain.

UK pay-television broadcaster BT Sport will cover the final stages of this season’s Uefa Women’s Champions League, which will feature English club Arsenal.