BANGKOK, THAILAND – JULY 23: A general view of Rajamangala Stadium ahead of the pre-season friendly match between Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City at Rajamangala Stadium on July 23, 2023 in Bangkok, Thailand. (Photo by Plumb Images/Leicester City FC via Getty Images)

Cancellation of Leicester v Spurs soccer match in Bangkok “an act of God”

The director of Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) has reasoned that, because the cancellation of pre-season friendly match between Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur was caused by the flooding of…

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Kickboxing, gold fever, and TV rights: The stormy history of SEA Games

The SEA Games, Southeast Asia’s regional “Olympics” held every two years, has earned a reputation as a gold-medal mine for its host nations. Since its birth in 1959, when the…

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Vice chair of SEA Games hopes Cambodia will cut broadcast fees for Thailand

Vice Chairman of the SEA Games Federation council, Chaipak Siriwat, is optimistic that Cambodia will agree to reduce the 28-million baht broadcast rights fee being demanded from Thailand when representatives…

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Thailand will not pay ฿28m to Cambodia for SEA Games broadcast rights

Cambodia is asking US$800,000 (~28 million baht) for the live broadcast rights to the SEA Games, which it will be hosting in May, but none of the participating countries, including…

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FIFA threatens to pull plug on World Cup broadcast rights in Thailand

FIFA has threatened to suspend broadcast rights for World Cup 2022 football matches in Thailand after it was discovered that audiences in two neighbouring countries can view the Thai transmissions,…

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Thai soccer fans will get to see all the 64 World Cup soccer matches

Thai soccer fans will be able to watch all 64 World Cup 2022 matches in Qatar, due to kick off this Sunday, after FIFA and the Sports Authority of Thailand…

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Sunday deadline looms to conclude World Cup broadcast deal for Thailand

The Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) has until this Sunday to conclude a deal with FIFA for World Cup 2022 broadcast rights in Thailand, otherwise the Thai audience will miss…

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A man takes a picture of a FIFA World Cup trophy replica in front of the Al-Bayt Stadium in al-Khor on November 10, 2022, ahead of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup football tournament. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)

Negotiations held with FIFA to reduce cost of World Cup TV rights for Thailand

The Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) is negotiating with FIFA and its agent, seeking to reduce the US$36 million price tag for the World Cup broadcast rights for Thailand. The…

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Thailand to accelerate legal changes after being declared non-compliant with WADA anti-doping code

Thailand will try to speed up the amendment of anti-doping laws, possibly by issuing an executive decree, to comply with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) 2021 code, said Sports Authority…

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