Swiss pay-TV broadcaster Teleclub will show all games of the Champions League and the Europa League live from the 2018/19 season.
Poland’s Polsat has secured the rights to both the Champions and Europa Leagues for three seasons, beginning 2018/19.
German public broadcaster ZDF is open for partnerships with commercial competitors to increase its chances in the bidding races for attractive sports rights following its loss of the TV rights for the UEFA Champions League and the Olympic Games.
Sky has secured the exclusive rights to the UEFA Champions League and Europa League in Italy, freezing out rival Mediaset.
For the first time in the history of the UEFA Champions League, all games will be shown exclusively on pay-TV in Germany and Austria from the 2018/19 season to the 2020/21 season.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland will show the UEFA Champions League final between Real Madrid and Juventus Turin in Virtual Reality (VR) in collaboration with Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe on June 3, 2017.
BT has extended its UEFA rights contract for the Champions League and Europa League in a deal worth £394 million a year.
Canal+ is to screen this weekend’s Champions League final in the Ultra High Definition format, the broadcaster has confirmed.
Football fans will be able to watch the final game of the UEFA Champions League on June 6, 2015 in more than a dozen sports bars across Germany live and exclusive in Ultra HD.
Sky is starting the new football season with addition of a channel dedicated to European football.