April 14, 2024

TV rights: the jackpot is possible!

Nearly two billion per season – that’s the price of the Premier League, according to the agreement reached on Monday between England’s soccer elite and incumbent TV broadcasters Sky Sports and TNT Sports (formerly BT Sports). Over the four-year period 2025-2029, a deal worth 6.7 billion pounds (around 7.8 billion euros) has been signed.

For the Premier League, this contract…

Nearly two billion per season – that’s the price of the Premier League, according to the agreement reached on Monday between England’s soccer elite and incumbent TV broadcasters Sky Sports and TNT Sports (formerly BT Sports). Over the four-year period 2025-2029, a deal worth 6.7 billion pounds (around 7.8 billion euros) has been signed.

For the Premier League, this contract, worth 1.95 billion pounds per season, represents a 4% increase in the premium English football broadcasting market. At 215ie, of the English soccer market contrasts with the difficulties encountered by the Ligue de Football Professionnel in promoting Ligue 1. As a reminder, the reserve price of 800 million euros per season set by the League in the tender launched for the period 2024-2029 was not reached last October.