DFL (German Football League)

Europe’s four biggest football leagues – plus Uefa’s club competitions – hold central sponsorship contracts worth between €794.4m and €883.3m in 2021-22.

Clubs from Germany’s two Bundesliga divisions have today (Wednesday) decided to break off talks over private equity investment in a new league entity that would hold a licence to commercialise their i…

Bundesliga International has extended the Sportfive agency’s worldwide marketing rights deal for the German Supercup and Bundesliga relegation and promotion play-offs until 2025.

The German Football League (DFL) has renewed its ball supply sponsorship deal with Derbystar, the Germany-based sporting goods manufacturer, until the end of the 2025-26 season

In 2020-21 – a season likely to play out largely behind closed doors – Europe’s top four football leagues held sponsorship agreements of about €315m ($383m) in contract value.

The German Football League (DFL) has renewed the contract of Robert Klein, the chief executive of Bundesliga International, the league's international broadcast rights selling arm

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The German Football League (DFL) has teamed up with licensing partner, video games company EA Sports, to launch the top-tier Bundesliga’s first official Player of the Month award.

The German Football League (DFL), the governing body of the Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2, has signed an agreement with video game publisher EA Sports to set up a German championship for the Fifa game series

Sports betting and casino games provider Tipico has entered into a partnership with the German Football League (DFL), through which it will sponsor the Bundesliga and 2.Bundesliga club competitions.

The German Football League (DFL) has signed sporting goods manufacturer Derbystar as its new ball supplier.

Values of main shirt sponsorship and kit supply deals for the 98 clubs in the Big Five European football leagues form the backbone of this report. It contains extensive analysis of this income, with charts and text looking at angles such as the biggest-spending industries, the spread of wealth between clubs, and more. Also includes: comprehensive listings of the sponsors for each club, in-depth case studies of sponsorship programmes of 10 clubs, and analysis of league central sponsorship programmes.