Notes

1. Revenue from television broadcasting rights

in TUSD
2023
2022
Europe44,6821,030,880
Asia and North Africa63,824875,120
South and Central America54,300351,526
North America and the Caribbean60,409518,965
Rest of the world20,858103,111
Total revenue from television broadcasting rights by region244,0732,879,602
Other broadcasting revenue17,98375,416
Other FIFA event revenue5,1643,334
Total revenue from television broadcasting rights267,2202,958,352

Television broadcasting rights are granted primarily to TV stations and other broadcasting institutions. These rights are granted to broadcast the television signal of a specific FIFA event in a particular territory and during a defined period. Revenue from television broadcasting rights by region is recognised when the actual broadcasting of the event in question takes place and is contingent on the number of cumulative audience viewers. As a consequence, a comparison against previous years is not meaningful. Revenue should be analysed considering the full four-year cycle of FIFA. Other broadcasting revenue reflects additional revenue for services during the events in order to fulfil FIFA’s broadcasting obligations. Revenue from broadcasting rights contracts, which include the right to broadcast other FIFA events, but excludes the FIFA World Cup™ and the FIFA Women’s World Cup™, is presented as Other FIFA event revenue. Such other FIFA events staged in 2023 were the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2022™, The Best FIFA Football Awards™ 2022, both of which were postponed from 2022 to 2023, as well as the FIFA U-17 World Cup Indonesia 2023™, the FIFA U-20 World Cup Argentina 2023™, the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup 2023™, the FIFA Club World Cup Saudi Arabia 2023™, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ intercontinental play-off matches and FIFAe tournaments. In 2023, the value of services or goods received for television broadcasting rights (i.e. value-in-kind revenue) amounted to USD 0.9 million (2022: USD 3 million).

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Consolidated statement of comprehensive income

FIFA’s consolidated statement of comprehensive income discloses the revenue and expenses in 2023 and 2022.

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