DAZN to exclusively broadcast F1 in Spain as part of new partnership with Formula 1®

Formula 1® has today announced a new multi-year partnership with DAZN to broadcast F1 in Spain through to the end of the 2026 season. The deal further strengthens the partnership between F1 and the leading global sports streaming platform.

As part of the deal, DAZN will have exclusive rights to broadcast all practice and qualifying sessions, F1 Sprint Events and Grands Prix for the next three seasons, marking an expansion of the broadcaster’s F1 coverage.

Over the 2023 season, F1 has seen a steady growth in viewership in Spain. This agreement highlights the continued commitment of DAZN to broadcast F1 in Spain and deliver a best-in-class product for its subscribers.

Ian Holmes, Director of Media Rights and Content at Formula 1 said:

“We are pleased to announce DAZN will continue to broadcast F1 through to the end of 2026. Their use of technology has enhanced the fan viewing experience and taken F1 coverage in Spain to another level. This is an exciting partnership that will only continue to grow from strength to strength. We look forward to expanding our relationship and taking a collective approach to further evolve our broadcast for fans in Spain and build on the positive momentum we are seeing in market.”  

Bosco Aranguren, Managing Director at DAZN Spain said:

“We are delighted to announce this important and strategic agreement for DAZN in Spain. Having the endorsement of top-tier partners such as F1 strengthens our position in the market and helps us to continue building the destination of choice for all sports fans in our country. The data shows that audiences and engagement with our premium multisport offering continue to grow and that encourages us to keep on working to deliver the best experience, with everything sports fans are looking for integrated into a single platform. For this reason, DAZN is also the perfect partner for sports rights holders, and we look forward to working with our partners to expand or renew our distribution agreements.”