ESPN Gains Champions League Rights in Oceania

By Community | July 19, 2012

ESPN have secured Oceania rights to the UEFA Champions League for the until 2015. 

ESPN has obtained  the pay rights to all matches and will broadcast two live matches per matchnight, buy including the final, on its channels ESPN and ESPN2. ESPN will also broadcast each matchweek the Wednesday highlights programme and four delayed matches.

All rights have been granted on a platform-neutral basis with the rights being exploited on television, on broadband network ESPN3.com available in Australia, on the internet via ESPN.com, as well as on mobile.

Guy-Laurent Epstein, Marketing Director of UEFA Events SA, said: “UEFA is delighted to renew its partnership with ESPN for the UEFA Champions League in Oceania. ESPN has proven its commitment and dedication to the competition and UEFA looks forward to continuing this successful relationship through to 2015.”