Fox Sports has extended their broadcast rights to the FIFA World Cup until 2026 after signing an extension on their current deal. The network will also continue their partnership with Twitter for coverage of the 2022 and 2026 editions of the men's quadrennial tournament. As per the terms of the new deal, game highlights, plus original content, will also be offered via the network's Twitter channels for viewers.
FOX Sports has acquired exclusive digital and TV English-language rights for the 2021 and the 2024 Copa América tournaments in the United States after securing a multi-year deal. All matches will be covered on FOX’s family of channels, including FOX, Fox Sports 1, and Fox Sports 2, along with pre and post-match analysis. Live-streaming will also be available on the FOX Sports App.
Fox Sports has signed a six-year broadcast deal with UEFA that will give them access to several UEFA competitions, including the 2022 iteration of the UEFA Nations League . This arrangement will run through 2028.
FOX Sports has retained exclusive digital and TV English-language rights for the 2021 and 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup tournaments in the United States. All matches will be covered on FOX’s family of channels, including FOX, Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2, along with pre and post-match analysis. Live-streaming will also be available on FOX Sport’s app, and bonus features will include match highlights, exclusive interviews, and more.
FOX will show one match from the 2020 MLS Is Back Tournament, while FS1 will show 15 matches in total, including 4 matches from the Round of 16, two from the Quarterfinal, and one from the Semifinal. Viewers will have the option to follow FOX’s English-language coverage of the tournament with enhanced audio. All MLS Is Back Tournament matches on FOX in USA will be streamed live on FOXSports.com and FOX Sports apps for iOS, Android and smart TVs with casting support.
FOX Sports has secured English-language rights for the 2020 CONCACAF Champions League in USA, following a three-year deal with the region’s soccer governing body. Matches from the Scotiabank Champions League will air live on FS1, FS2 and Fox Soccer Plus on TV, whereas FOX Sports’ apps and web platform will provide high-quality live streams to subscribers.