Global sports provider ELEVEN SPORTS has added to its football portfolio in Belgium with the acquisition of LIVE and EXCLUSIVE Bundesliga rights, whilst also extending the partnership with Serie A for a further three years.
The new agreement for Bundesliga starts from the 2018/19 season and will offer fans in Belgium the chance to enjoy all the big matches including Der Klassiker between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
In the deal agreed with IMG, the Bundesliga partnership will run until 2020/2021 season and will include exclusive highlights and near live clips for social media.
As well as adding Bundesliga to the portfolio, fans in Belgium will continue to have access to the big games from Serie A EXCLUSIVELY LIVE on ELEVEN SPORTS following the renewal of the existing agreement for a further three years. The extension will run until 2020/2021 season and will include exclusive highlights and near live clips for social media.
“We are thrilled to establish ourselves as the number one destination for the top European football leagues in Belgium following the addition of Bundesliga to our very strong football portfolio which already includes Serie A, LaLiga and Ligue 1.” said Anouk Mertens, Managing Director, Belgium, ELEVEN SPORTS. “ELEVEN SPORTS is available in every home in Belgium so we are in a great position to offer all fans the opportunity to enjoy every match from some of the world’s top sports leagues through our extensive live coverage and in-depth, pre and post-match studio and pitch-side analysis.”
Fans in Belgium have access to premium action from ELEVEN SPORTS on cable, IPTV, satellite and through ELEVEN’s own OTT platform. Alongside the popular football content, fans can enjoy other premium action from the NBA, UFC and NFL. As well as other sports that are popular in the local market including Euro Hockey League, Champions League Handball, top action from Premier League Darts and the World Championship of Darts and leading MMA content from Cage Warriors.
ELEVEN SPORTS is the only sports service to be available in every household in Belgium and is available on Proximus, Telenet, VOO, SFR, Orange and Scarlet TV and TV VLAANDEREN / TÉLÉSAT.