Strong and sustainable partnerships allow us to continue adding value and making a difference
Our vision is based on the commitment to building long-term relationships with our clients and business partners by offering innovative and competitive services and solutions. However, our commitment to the betting industry and sport in general goes far beyond just being a profitable organisation: we stand for integrity and fair play.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has decided in favour of Sportradar for the exclusive worldwide distribution rights of ITF Official Data. The four-year agreement officially started on January 1, 2013 and will open up great opportunities to create exciting new products for our clients around the world.
In December 2011 the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) agreed an official data partnership to last six years with SportStat, a subsidiary of Sportradar, who are specialised in covering sports such as Darts, Snooker, Rugby Union & Rugby League. This co-operation has opened up new opportunities in the realisation of exciting new products.
In April 2014, Sportradar has signed a multi-year deal with the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and thereby acquired the right to collect, distribute and archive sports data of over 1,000 adult competitions organised by FIBA for and to the media and betting industry.
Sportradar and The Football Conference work together since November 2013 collecting and distributing sports data of the Conference Premier, Conference North and Conference South. The Football Conference is fifth tier in English football, after the Premier League, Championship, Football League One and Two.
Since November 2014, Sportradar is the Official Data Partner of the Ukrainian Premier League providing them with our market leading data collection and visualisation services. We collect data of all Premier League, U19 and U21 Championships, Ukrainian Cup and Super Cup matches and have integrated our sophisticated content solutions to offer fans an excellent user experience.
The Romanian Professional Football League is the official governing body that is responsible for the organisation and marketing of National Championship Liga I, the top professional division of the Romanian football league system, and the Cupa Ligii, Romania’s top knock-out cup competition. Sportradar will provide the league with its extensive know-how in data collection and will integrate its sophisticated live visualisation tools (Live Sports Center).
The British Basketball League, often abbreviated to the BBL, is the premier men’s professional basketball league in the United Kingdom and a partner of Sportradar since the end of 2014. Besides our comprehensive data collection services, Sportradar also committed to increase the number of games covered by BBL TV from its previous 30 to 45 in the 2014/15 season.
Sportradar is the “Official Sports Data Partner of the National Premier Leagues” (NPL) in Australia. The NPL is overseen by the Football Federation Australia (FFA), in partnership with participating state-based member federations and consists of eight divisions; these are ACT, NSW, Northern NSW, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia.
Sportradar collects and distributes all data of the Maltese Premier League and First Division as the “Official Sports Data Partner of the Malta Football Association” since 2014. Besides the two top tier competitions, Malta FA also manages several other competitions, including a knockout competition for the top teams, called the FA Trophy as well as the Malta national football team and other representative teams in the younger categories.
Since 2012, Sportradar have proved to be a valuable and innovative partner for the Football Association of the Czech Republic providing a range of opportunities that enables the FA to engage with fans at home and abroad.
Sportradar partnered with New Zealand Football (NZF) in September 2014. As the governing body for the sport of association football in New Zealand, NZF oversees the seven New Zealand Football federations, as well as the New Zealand national football teams and National Leagues. The men’s league is known as the ASB Premiership and is played in the New Zealand summer between eight teams.
The Finnish Football League Association (FFLA) and Sportradar work together since 2014 with Sportradar collecting and archiving sports data as the “Official Partner of FFLA / Veikkausliiga”. The FFLA was formed and separated from the FA of Finland in 1990 and is the official governing body of football in Finland. FFLA is responsible for the organisation and marketing of the Veikkausliiga, the premier division of Finnish football, comprising the top 12 clubs of the country.
With the Basketball League of Serbia, also known as KLS (Serbian: Кошаркашка лига Србије, Košarkaška liga Srbije),Sportradar expanded its portfolio of data partnerships in Basketball. Together with the KLS, Sportradar collects and archives sports data of the Serbian First League, Super League and Super League Playoffs.
Since 2014, Sportradar is the long-term data partner of the Bulgarian Basketball Federation and collects live data of the National Basketball League and the Bulgarian Cup competitions for men and women as well as of the National A-Teams home matches.
In September 2014, Sportradar became data partner of the Baltic Basketball League (BBL) and collects and archives all sports data for the league and cup competitions. The BBL mainly consists of basketball teams from the Baltic states but also teams from Sweden, Russia, Kazakhstan and Finland have participated in the Baltic League.
The Balkan International Basketball League (BIBL), also known as the Balkan League, is a multinational professional basketball league that features pro clubs from the Balkan area. Teams from Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Kosovo, Albania and Israel are competing in the league and Sportradar became data partner of the BIBL in 2014.
Sportradar collects, archives and distributes sports data of the top two football divisions in Slovakia represented by the Slovak League Clubs Union (ÚLK). Besides the data collection Sportradar also implemented its Live Sports Centre on the official website providing ÚLK with a cutting-edge data visualisation tool.
Sportradar is the “Official Data Partner” of the Lithuanian Football Federation (LFF) and collects and archives data of all governed competitions. The LFF is responsible for the development of football in Lithuania and for the national teams, including the Lithuania national football team.
Together with the Football Association of Slovenia, Sportradar developed a native mobile application for iOS and Android devices offering Slovenian football fans the latest information and videos of the Prva Liga right on their phone. Furthermore, Sportradar also implemented its sophisticated Live Match Centre on the official website providing the whole value chain of data services, from data collection to data visualisation and commercialisation.
The Estonian Football Association (EJL) (Estonian: Eesti Jalgpalli Liit), is the governing body of football, beach soccer and futsal in Estonia and since the beginning of 2015, Sportradar is the “Official Sports Data Partner of the Estonian Football Association” covering the top men’s and women’s football competitions in the country.
Sportradar is the official “Sports Data Partner of the Football Federation of Belarus” (BFF) and collects, archives and distributes sports data of all matches of competitions organised by the BFF. Through our sports data services we enable all fans of Belarusian football to be able to utilise the full breadth and depth of the content offered.
The Tippsport Extraliga (Czech: Extraliga ledního hokeje, ELH) is the highest-level ice hockey league in the Czech Republic. Sportradar and the ELH work together in the area of sports data collection and distribution covering all matches with highly educated scouts to provide fans and sports enthusiasts with fast and high quality data.
In 2014, Sportradar became the “Official Data Partner of the Grand Prix of Bowls” which is owned by the Nigel Oldfield Sports Promotion (NOSP). Besides Sportradar’s data services, the partnership also includes the live production of Bowls events to open up new market opportunities for the sport of bowls.
As of January 2015, Sportradar became the Official Sports Data Partner of the Professional Squash Association and distributes data from more than 3,000 squash events around the world. The data is collected by the PSA’s Official TriRef System – a wireless electronic refereeing programme that allows all three match referees to make independent judgements about match incidents.
The Wales Football Association (FAW), the governing body of association football in Wales, is a trusted Sportradar partner since 2014. The partnership covers the data collection and distribution of all Welsh first division and cup competitions.
These are just some of our partners. See an entire overview of partners, clients and rights holders.