New Zealand

New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) has acquired audio broadcasting rights for this year’s Rugby World Cup, which will take place in France.

New Zealand public-service broadcaster TVNZ will launch a new sports hub on its TVNZ+ streaming platform next month as it confirmed a slate of rights that it will assume from telco Spark Sport

Frito-Lay North America, the convenient foods division of PepsiCo, has continued its relationship with Fifa by becoming a sponsor of this summer’s Women’s World Cup.

Betting group Entain has announced that its strategic partnership with TAB New Zealand has received approval from New Zealand's Minister for Racing, Kieran McAnulty

Qatar is one of four nations to have expressed initial interest in the now vacant hosting rights for the 2025 Rugby League World Cup (RLWC), according to International Rugby League (IRL)

Rugby league officials in New Zealand are in talks with their Australian counterparts about bringing the Rugby League World Cup to the two countries in 2025, in the wake of France dropping its hosting…

Auckland Stadiums has sold the Mt Smart Stadium naming rights to New Zealand-based outdoor advertising solutions specialist Go Media

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has teamed up with news media website Stuff to share content from this year’s Fifa Women’s World Cup, which New Zealand will co-host alongside Australia.

World Rugby has announced that New Zealand and South Africa will host the inaugural WXV competition, a new three-tier 15s series for international women’s teams.

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has reported a loss of NZ$47.5m (€26.6m/$29.2m) despite pulling in record revenue of NZ$270.8m, with the governing body stating this is due to a rebuilding phase following Covid-19.

The New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) has expressed an interest in hosting the 2034 edition of the Commonwealth Games multi-sport event

Australian logistics company Team Global Express has agreed a sponsorship deal with the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup, which is being co-hosted in its home country and New Zealand.

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand will broadcast 12 matches from this year’s Rugby World Cup on its free-to-air channel Prime.

Fifa has announced Jacob's Creek as a sponsor of the 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has secured rights to the Indian Premier League after striking a late deal with media group DAZN

New Zealand Rugby has announced that Adidas has extended its agreement to be its main sponsor

Fifa president Gianni Infantino has confirmed that Visit Saudi, Saudi Arabia’s tourism authority, will not be sponsoring this year’s Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand following a backlash from …