The leading public broadcasters in the Nordic region have secured exclusive rights to the FIFA World Cup.
DR and TV2 in Denmark, YLE and MTV in Finland, TV2 and NRK in Norway, and SVT and TV4 in Sweden will all screen the football competition.
Each will have rights to all 80 matches of the 2026 event in their country. All key matches of the tournament will be shown via the broadcasters’ main channels, meeting FIFA’s objectives of providing large exposure for its competitions.
FIFA’s Director of Media Rights & Content Services, Jean-Christophe Petit said, “The expanded FIFA World Cup 2026 in North America is set to be an unforgettable event for football fans everywhere. We are pleased to be able to extend our partnership with the leading Nordic broadcasters, who provide strong platforms to ensure the best possible viewing experience for the largest audience.”
The 23rd World Cup will be jointly hosted by Canada, Mexico and the United States with a record 48 teams competing.