For Media is an international sports and entertainment agency, the management are well established in the industry with vast experience in structuring innovative transactions in the media rights market. The agency specializes in media rights distribution, digital/betting solutions media production, sponsorship, partnerships, consultancy and event hosting.
The agency has an impressive client base with an extensive range of media rights covering some of the world's major events, including: Football, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball and Rugby.
For Media's involvement in some of the most high profile market transactions, linking the media industry with the world of sport and entertainment, has built an broad network of clients.
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For Media operates globally with offices in London and Dubai.
FOR MEDIA is one of the leading sports marketing agencies specializing in the representation of media and partnership rights on behalf of some of the most prestigious organizations within global sport, including:
COPA DEL REY
SUPERCOPA DE ESPAÑA
UAE PRO LEAGUE
JUPILER PRO LEAGUE
FOR MEDIA distributes content across all forms of media, including: television, IPTV, internet, OTT, inflight and inship, closed circuit and mobile.
BROADCASTERS & AGENCIES
FOR MEDIA proudly partners with many esteemed broadcasters and agencies globally who are market leaders in their industry. Our clients trust us to provide them with expert knowledge and insight to assist them in achieving their business objectives. Some of the main broadcasters we work with include the below:
For Media distributing international rights to Uefa-Conmebol Club Challenge
International broadcast rights to the Uefa-Conmebol Club Challenge, a one-off match between the winners of the Uefa Europa League and the Copa Sudamericana, are being distributed by the For Media Sports consultancy.
The match between Sevilla of Spain and Independiente del Valle of Ecuador takes place at 10pm (CET) tomorrow at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium in Seville.
For Media Sports, which has offices in Dubai and London, said that its distribution remit excludes the rights in Spain and Ecuador. The agreement for the third-party rights was struck with Sevilla, For Media Sports said.
Uefa and Conmebol, the governing bodies of Europe and South America, respectively, are strengthening ties with the recent launch of the Club Challenge.
In December 2021, the two confederations renewed and extended their Momorandum of Understanding and announced that London would host a new ‘Finalissima’ event between the reigning champions of the European Championship and Copa América. Argentina won the inaugural match after beating Italy 3-0 at Wembley Stadium in June 2022.
The first edition of the Club Challenge is named in honour of former Sevilla player Antonio Puerta, who died in 2007 aged 22 after suffering a cardiac arrest.