The AMA Archive
AMA sports photo agency is based in the United Kingdom and covers sporting events not only in United Kingdom, but across Europe and the rest of the world.
AMA covers all of the English football leagues, UEFA Champions League, Internationals, FIFA International competitions, including world cups, aswell as non-league football, including the rarely documented Welsh Premier League. AMA are also accustomed to shooting team groups, photocalls, editorial and commercial features, PR and advertising photography. Matchday and feature work, which has won the agency many awards, is captured by a team of experienced photographers.
AMA has an ever growing archive of images and prides itself on attention to detail whilst covering sporting events. The archive naturally includes stock pictures and matchday action but it also includes innovative and treasured images of fans, stadia, media related imagery and artistic shots. Our close relations with prestigious clients and global agents allow these images to feature in magazines, newspapers and other publications around the world on a daily basis
Using our picture syndication system, affectionately called "Cindykate", AMA can ensure that deadlines and demands of picture editors are met, and live images are delivered promptly
If you are a picture editor and would like to receive our picture syndication feeds or if you are a customer requiring further information please CONTACT US using the link at the top of the page.
Football DataCo - When covering FA Barclays Premier League and nPower Football League matches, AMA has to strictly adhere to the guidelines set out by Football DataCo Ltd. We never entertain requests which fall outside these regulations. Should you contact us with regards to using English Premier League or Football League images on a website, please include your DataCo Website Licence number in your correspondence.
Some of our images however do not have any restrictions and therefore please contact us with your requirements when licensing images.
All our images are protected under copyright. Even if an image is significantly altered, the new image may infringe upon the copyright of the original image by being derivative work. An internet service provider can also be found liable for copyright infringement even when they are not directly engaged in the copying of protected materials.
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