Who we are

FIFA’s TV Division, which comprises the five departments below, manages and maintains close relationships with its many Media Rights Licensees in order to deliver the best-possible viewing experience to footballing audiences worldwide.

  • The Media Sales team is responsible for the placement of FIFA’s media rights, securing global visibility for all of FIFA’s competitions, maximising exposure and ensuring access for all.

  • The Broadcaster Servicing team ensures that each of FIFA’s Media Rights Licensees receives the highest possible standard of service. It also helps to protect the interests of FIFA’s broadcasters and ensure that all rights are delivered and obligations adhered to.

  • FIFA Films produces both long- and short-form content for FIFA’s own use as well as global distribution to FIFA’s Media Rights Licensees. It manages and maintains FIFA’s audiovisual archive and is responsible for audiovisual and production elements relating to FIFA’s competitions, draws, ceremonies and shows.

  • The Digital Content team was integrated into FIFA’s TV Division in 2020 and maintains FIFA’s social channels, producing "digital-first" content on social media and digital platforms for use by FIFA, Media Rights Licensees and other commercial stakeholders.

  • The Host Broadcast Production Department ensures the production and global delivery of world class broadcast signals and services at each of FIFA’s various competitions. It establishes FIFA’s broadcast coverage standards, defines broadcast-related venue requirements and ensures their implementation across all FIFA events.


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FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™

FIFA World Cup 2022™ media rights awarded in Italy

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FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™

Tender processes launched in Australia and New Zealand for media rights to FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™

DOHA, QATAR - FEBRUARY 07: A general view of TV cameras inside the stadium prior to the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2020 5th Place match between Ulsan Hyundai FC and Al Duhail SC at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium on February 07, 2021 in Doha, Qatar. FIFA are allowing a limited number of spectators (12,000) to be in attendance as Covid-19 pandemic restrictions are eased. (Photo by Fadi El Assaad - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™

Tender process to launch in Greece for media rights to the FIFA World Cup 2022™ 

Senegal celebrate at the 2018 World Cup

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™

Tender processes to launch in Sub-Saharan Africa for media rights to FIFA World Cup 2022™ and FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™

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FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™

Tender processes launched in Italy for media rights to FIFA World Cup 2022™ and FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™

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FIFA World Cup 2026™

FIFA World Cup 2026 media rights awarded in the Nordic territories

Find out more about FIFA TV

Content House

FIFA Host Broadcast, FIFA Films and FIFA Digital are responsible for the production of live feeds, films, documentaries, series and digital content for distribution to FIFA’s Media Rights Licensees and for use on FIFA’s social media channels.

Public Viewing

Public viewing is an innovative value proposition for watching FIFA events around the world and socialising with different fan groups.