The Team Marketing agency has initiated its first Uefa club competitions media-rights sales processes in nearly seven months, inviting bids from broadcasters in Italy and also sub-Saharan Africa for the…

The Asociación de Clubes Españoles de Baloncesto (ACB), which organises the top tier of club basketball in Spain, has finalised a rights deal in Iceland with pay-television broadcaster Stöð 2 Sport.

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired rights to the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the Endeavor-owned mixed martial arts promotion, in Iceland

German sportswear company Puma has ousted Italian rival Errea from its long-term position as kit supplier to the Iceland national football team

Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) is to launch Viaplay in Iceland on April 1, meaning its OTT streaming service will be available in all five Nordic countries

The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has retained exclusive rights to motor racing’s Formula 1 in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, while also securing the rights in Finland and Iceland in the broadcaster’s lat…

LaLiga, the governing body of Spanish football’s top two divisions, has launched its invitation to tender covering broadcast rights in 16 European territories.

International sports broadcaster Eurosport has agreed a two-year deal with the International Tennis Federation for rights to the Davis Cup finals in six of its markets

The Danish Football Association (DBU) has detailed plans for a joint Nordic bid for the 2027 Fifa Women’s World Cup.

Olafur Rafnsson was elected European president of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) by 51 member federations of FIBA Europe on Saturday at the 2010 General Assembly in Munich.

The Women’s International Squash Players’ Association (WISPA) is launching a new initiative aimed at encouraging and providing extra support for new tournament promoters.

UEFA agreed several TV rights deals for the forthcoming UEFA EURO 2008™ tournament in Austria and Switzerland.

NASN and Major League Baseball (MLB) have reached a groundbreaking five-year, pan-European broadcast deal, beginning with the 2006 season.

Sports website has reached agreement with the Voice Commerce Group for live streaming of a World Cup warm-up match while offering fans free calls, voice and video messages online.

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) says it is committed to providing additional content access to sports fans around Europe following record levels of new media coverage for the Winter Olympics.

ESPN will deliver live coverage of the 'X Games 11' to 77 countries and territories and it will be the first time that live coverage has extended beyond the US.

Andorra will play host to the 11th Games of the Small States of Europe (GSSE), a six-day mini Olympics for small European countries and states.

Sportfive has emerged as the major player after the English Football Association (FA) confirmed its new European TV partners for the 2004-5 to 2007-8 period.

The NBA's growing international presence has again been proven after the league signed a raft of TV rights deals across the globe.

Rights selling agency Fox Sports International has brokered a TV deal for the US PGA Tour in Iceland.

The NBA has confirmed it has renewed a string of international television agreements with a number of long-time partners.

A total of seven candidates have confirmed their interest in hosting UEFA's soccer showpiece - Euro 2008.

Platini, who had a glittering playing career leading France to victory in the 1984 European Championships and also later managed the side, is hoping to gain a seat on both bodies during elections at the UEFA Congress in Stockholm on April 25.

Last weekend’s 'friendly' soccer international between Denmark and the Netherlands was streamed live on the internet - only the second time a broadband transmission has been agreed by the Danish Football Association (DFA).

The Extreme Sports Channel has extended its coverage beyond Europe after it signed a deal with pay-TV platform Showtime in the Middle East and Africa.

A group of Icelandic businessmen and an investment bank are in talks about buying a majority stake in English second division soccer club Stoke City, an Icelandic banker said.

Greenland, which has a population of 55,000 and around 3,000 soccer players, aims to become a member of FIFA and UEFA, national team coach Sepp Piontek has said.

Vyacheslav Koloskov faces a serious challenge from an unlikely source when he stands for re-election as president of the Russian Football Union on December 8.

The race to take over the troubled Russian Football Union (RFS) warmed up on Wednesday when the head of the Russian league, a harsh critic of the RFS boss, joined the list of candidates for the post.

The bitter battle for control of Russian football has heated up with the head of the league questioning the veteran federation boss about allegations that large sums were diverted from soccer into banks abroad.

Vyacheslav Koloskov, president of the Russian Football Union (RFS), has won a bitter struggle to keep control of the country's soccer for another five years.

The Nordic Golf Federation is to launch a campaign to have golf included in the 2008 Olympic Games.

The Extreme Sports Channel has extended its coverage beyond Europe after it signed a deal with pay-TV platform Showtime in the Middle East and Africa.