Malaysian Football League

Recent changes in Malaysian club football include league restructure and major new commercial deals

Malaysian pay-TV operator Astro has acquired domestic media rights to the country's top club football competitions in a three-year deal running from 2023 to 2025

Sports data and technology company Genius Sports has struck a new agreement with the Malaysian Football League (MFL) that will see the governing body launch a range of sports entertainment products

The Malaysian Football League has agreed a ball supply deal with sporting goods brand Puma, starting this year and running until 2024

Stuart Ramalingam has been named as the new chief executive of the Malaysian Football League. Ramalingam is currently the Malaysian Football Association (FAM) secretary general

Malaysian football's second-tier Premier League has postponed the start of its 2021 season due to persistently high Covid-19 cases in the country. Meanwhile, the 2021 season of the Vietnamese V

The Malaysian Football League recently launched its own app, named Shoot!, to better engage fans and create new revenue opportunities

Sports data and technology company Genius Sports Group has agreed a long-term deal with the Malaysian Football League, encompassing live data and integrity rights

The Malaysian Football League is set to release its first domestic football app, which is to be named Shoot!

The Malaysian Football League has pushed back the start of its 2021 season from February 26 to March 5 and this year's FA Cup competition has been scrapped due to Covid-19 restrictions

Malaysia’s top football league, the M-League, will resume games on August 26 after a five-month gap due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Malaysian Football League has confirmed that it is taking legal action against Iflix, saying the OTT platform failed to honour a 10-year media rights contract agreed in 2018

The Malaysia Super League football competition has signed up Malaysian bank CIMB as title sponsor of its Super League competition

Telekom Malaysia (TM)’s association with the Malaysia Football League (MFL) has been revived in a new sponsorship and broadcast rights contract.

The Malaysian Football League announced on Saturday that it wouldn't be able to pay its clubs a planned second instalment of media rights revenue this year