A more significant beIN deal with UEFA is expected to be announced soon.
BeIN Sports has signed an agreement with UEFA and secured the exclusive media rights to a suite of European national team football exclusively across 24 countries in the Middle East & North Africa region (MENA).
The agreement builds on the existing deal that will see beIN broadcast the UEFA European Championships 2024, the qualification matches of which are underway. Moreover, the UEFA Nations League coverage will return to beIN screens, culminating in the finale on June 18. The final four include hosts Netherlands against Croatia on June 14, before Italy face Spain on June 15 to decide who will meet in the final. Additionally, this summer beIN will treat audiences in the region to coverage of the UEFA European Under-21 Championships in Romania and Georgia.
BeIN and UEFA are working towards a much more significant deal for national team competitions expected to be announced soon. As always, beIN Sports’ coverage will bring together the top presenters and pundits for world-class analysis of the games, offered in Arabic, English, and French.
Commenting on the deal, Mohammad Al-Subaie, CEO of beIN MENA, said: “We are delighted to extend our trusted, long-existing partnership with UEFA, which under the new agreement will now span more than two decades. beIN has been the home of football for many years for millions of fans across MENA. Bringing hours of extensive multi-lingual coverage, expert analysis, and world-renowned punditry, beIN is irrefutably the leading broadcaster in the region.”
This year beIN Sports will cover the FIFA Women’s World Cup taking place in Australia and New Zealand, as well as continued coverage of the UEFA men’s and women’s club competitions, Premier League, LaLiga, and Bundesliga football, Wimbledon next month – Premier Padel, the NBA, and much more.