CBS has renewed its American English-language broadcast rights for the UEFA Europa League, extending its coverage through the 2029-30 season. With the new contract starting from the 2024-25 season, CBS Sports will televise select UEFA Europa League matches, bringing live action to viewers across the United States. The partnership also includes streaming rights with games on the popular Paramount+ streaming platform. Soccer fans will have the opportunity to witness the drama and excitement of the Europa League on both traditional television and through the convenience of on-demand streaming across various devices. This deal—part of a larger agreement encompassing other UEFA club competitions—solidifies CBS Sports as a premier destination for European football in the United States.
TUDN has agreed on a three-year extension deal with UEFA for U.S. rights to the Europa League. The TelevisaUnivision-owned Spanish-language network is set to telecast live Europa League matches throughout the period of the deal. This comes as part of the broadcaster’s aim to bolster its soccer coverage in the USA with major UEFA club competitions across its various outlets, including TUDNxtra, the TUDN app, and streaming service.