RFEF to re-tender Primera División rights after break with Fuchs
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) plans to release a new tender for domestic media rights to Spain’s third-tier Primera División RFEF for three seasons, from 2022-23 to 2024-25.
AI camera tech firm Staige agrees Footters Spanish grassroots football tie-up
Staige, the Germany-based artificial intelligence production firm, has been appointed to a three-year contract to produce streaming coverage of grassroots club football in Spain
Footters threatens legal action against Fuchs broadcasting Primera RFEF
OTT streaming platform Footters has threatened legal action against Fuchs Sports regarding the latter's decision to continue showing matches from Spain's third-tier Primera División RFEF.
Footters buoyed by court ruling in Primera RFEF broadcast dispute
A court in Spain has ruled against the decision of the Fuchs group to withdraw the broadcast signal of the third-tier Primera RFEF division from Footters, the OTT streaming platform
RFEF insists Fuchs payments up to date after signal pulled from Footters
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has said that the Fuchs group is up to date with its broadcast rights payments for the third-tier Primera RFEF division
Primera RFEF clubs to meet over Fuchs-Footters rights conflict
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has called an emergency meeting for all clubs from the third-tier Primera RFEF division tomorrow (Thursday), with media rights at the top of the agenda
Footters strikes deal with DAZN for Copa del Rey streaming
Streaming platform Footters has agreed a deal with subscription streaming broadcaster DAZN to cover more than 50 matches from this season’s Copa del Rey, the knockout football competition in Spain.
RFEF ‘close’ to broadcast deal for women’s Primera División
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) is said to be close to finalising an agreement for the free-to-air broadcast of matches from the Primera División de la Liga de Fútbol Femenino, the top division o…
New-look Spanish third division struggles with rights sale
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has received only one bid - and at a value well below its initial expectation of €15m ($17.6