ESPN and Eredivisie CV agree on extension of broadcasting rights until summer 2030

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The Eredivisie CV and the American sports channel ESPN have reached an agreement on extending broadcasting rights until the summer of 2030, VI and De Telegraaf report. The deal is worth around 750 million euros. The previous agreement expires in mid-2025.

The clubs still have to agree to the agreement, but that appears to be a formality according to VI and De Telegraaf. There is an offer of 135 million per year, which will be supplemented with a signing bonus of 70 million that will be paid out in two tranches.

With the deal, the matches in the Kitchen Champion Division and the Azerion Women’s Eredivisie must also be broadcast live. It is not yet known who will broadcast the summaries of the Premier League matches from mid-2025. Until then, the summaries can be seen at NOS.

ESPN, formerly Fox Sports, has been a media partner of the Eredivisie CV since 2013. That year, a ten-year contract was signed, with a unilateral two-year option. The end of the term is now in sight.

Earlier this year, an alliance of television providers KPN, VodafoneZiggo, T-Mobile and Delta seemed to run away with the broadcasting rights when ESPN was outbid. However, since the last bid at the end of May, the consortium has not made much noise.

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