The contract signed between the broadcasters’ joint sports rights agency SportA and rights dealer Infront Sports & Media covers all games of the national German team and further highlights of the two tournaments.
The TV signal will be produced by host broadcaster Polsat in HD quality with up to 15 cameras per match.
The EHF Euro 2016 will take place between January 15 and 31 in Poland. In the total of 48 games, 16 teams – including Germany – will compete for the title.
The EHF Euro 2018 will follow from January 12-28 in Croatia. The qualifier matches for the championship will commence in October 2016.