Bundesliga exclusively on United Media’s Sport Club in the next four years
16. December 2020
The United Media purchased the exclusive rights for broadcasting the German Bundesliga soccer matches in the next four years in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Greece and Cyprus, the company said on Wednesday.
The Bundesliga, Bundesliga 2, as well as the matches of the German Super Cup and the most important playoff games at the end of the season, will be broadcast on the Sport Klub television channels under new contracts valid from August 2021 to the end of the 2024-25 Bundesliga season.
Bundesliga International CEO Robert Klein said: “The Bundesliga has been a key platform in the development of talent from South-East Europe for decades, and even this season Andrej Kramaric (Croatia) is in the leading pack for the top goal scorer. United Media’s expansion into new territories will help to deliver the highest quality Bundesliga coverage to more fans and we are excited to work together in the coming years.”
The director of the Sport Klub television, Nemanja Simeunovic added it was a great pleasure that after a long time, viewers could again be offered broadcasts of this prestigious German competition.
“This agreement is special for our channel because the Bundesliga was one of the first competitions we broadcast more than 15 years ago,” he said.
With this contract, Sport Klub has completed the offer of top sports content, which already includes the Premier League, FA Cup, League of Nations, the most important basketball competitions – the Euroleague and the Eurocup as the European and World Basketball Championships.
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