We connect people to sport and sport to the people
We believe sport is for everyone and not just for the privileged few. That’s why we endeavour to keep the best sporting events free to all - everywhere, on every platform.
By combining the collective strength of our Members, we negotiate global sport content for the benefit of all stakeholders. We can do this because we are a Union first and foremost. That means we are driven by the aspirations and ambitions of our Members, not purely commercial goals. For sports federations we harness that strength to nurture and grow a sport. We see the bigger picture and balance the needs of visibility while maximizing revenue.
Our experienced Sport Rights team provide federations with easy access to our membership of public service broadcasters throughout Europe and beyond. As well as simplifying rights management, we are a proven and reliable partner for the promotion and growth of sports properties worldwide.
Operating as a 'one-stop-shop', Eurovision Sport works with colleagues in Eurovision Services to offer its partners the latest, reliable solutions at all stages of the value chain from production to broadcast rights distribution (on TV, radio and online), event organization and archive management. We are at the forefront of innovation and are continually adapting our distribution model to an ever-evolving industry.
Working across football, summer and winter sports, we recognise the power of sport to bring nations together and celebrate cultural identity.
We offer our partners:
From football to skiing and from wrestling to cycling, our portfolio includes many individual and team sports. We work with global players and local federations across a wide array of summer and winter sports.
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