UEFA and beIN Sports France today announced a broadcast agreement for the broadcast of the entire UEFA EURO 2020 to be held from 12 June to 12 July.
After the full broadcast of Euro 2012, the 2014 World Cup, Euro 2016 in France and the World Cup, Russia 2018, beIN Sports has been awarded the rights to Euro 2020.
In detail, of the 51 matches of the tournament, 28 will be exclusively visible on the paid antennas of the Qatar-based group, according to the statement from beIN which does not specify the amount paid to broadcast them.
The other 23 will also be available “in plain sight”, the Groups M6 or TF1 having announced in November that they will share part of the Euro, including the opening match Italy-Turkey and the posters of the team of France.beIN Sports has already broadcast the entire 2012 and 2016 editions, as well as the World Cup-2018. According to figures reported by the press at the time, the media had paid 60 million euros for the entire Euro-2016 meetings.
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The “TV rights” in football have seen great upheavals in recent months, with the stunning arrival of the Chinese-Spanish group Mediapro, which is due to become the main broadcaster of Ligue 1 this summer in place of beIN.beIN Sports, also ceded its rights to the L1 for the period 2020/24 in December, via a surprise agreement that sealed a change in the strategy of the Qatari group, more focused on major international competitions, in a particularly competitive French market.
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