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Eurovision Sport agrees media rights for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in 28 territories

Many of the broadcasters have committed to airing key matches on free-to-air linear television

Eurovision Sport has reached an agreement with FIFA to acquire comprehensive media rights to broadcast next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, covering 28 territories on behalf of 32 EBU members.

EBU Members that have committed to broadcast the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 include: RTSH (Albania); ORF (Austria); RTBF & VRT (Belgium/Luxembourg); BHRT (Bosnia/Herzegovina); BNT (Bulgaria); HRT (Croatia); CYBC (Cyprus); CT (Czech Republic); ERR (Estonia); GPB (Georgia); MTVA (Hungary); RÚV (Iceland); RTE (Ireland); RTV (Kosovo); LT (Latvia); LRT (Lithuania); PBS (Malta); TRM (Moldova); RTCG (Montenegro); MKRTV (North Macedonia); TVR (Romania); RTS (Serbia); RTVS (Slovakia); RTVS (Slovenia); SRG SSR (Switzerland/Liechtenstein); TRT (Turkey).

The media rights acquired comprise transmission on TV, digital and radio, with broadcasters committing to key matches covered on free-to-air linear TV in all territories.

In many territories (including Switzerland and Ireland) the broadcasters have said they intend to show the entire event free-to-air, with at least one match per day on free-to-air linear TV.

Eurovision News will support EBU Members with a large output of news clips throughout the competition.

Sarai Bareman, FIFA chief women’s football officer, said: “Alongside FIFA’s ongoing commitment to accelerate the growth and development of women’s football, free-to-air broadcasters will play an important role in attracting new audiences and growing the women’s game. We look forward to working with the EBU and bringing the tournament and women’s football to new fans in the region.”