FOX Sports Lands UEFA Euro Rights


FOX Sports has clinched a deal to become the U.S. home of the UEFA Euro competitions in 2024 and 2028 as part of a wide-ranging deal with the Union of European Football Associations.

The six-year rights deal, covering more than 1,500 matches, kicks off with the UEFA Nations League in June 2022, to be followed by the 2024 and 2028 Euros. The pact also encompasses UEFA National Team competitions (including FIFA World Cup qualifiers and the Euro Qualifiers) and all UEFA-controlled friendlies. The deal does not include coverage in Spanish and Portuguese.

“We are thrilled to welcome UEFA’s most-coveted events to FOX Sports’ unrivaled soccer portfolio,” said Eric Shanks, FOX Sports’ CEO and executive producer. “The Euros fit perfectly into the world’s greatest tournaments—including the FIFA Men’s and Women’s World Cups, CONMEBOL Copa América and Concacaf Gold Cup—solidifying FOX Sports’ summer of soccer through 2028.”

ABC and ESPN delivered English-language broadcast coverage of this year’s Euros.