The German top-flight will continue to be broadcasted by the Pay-Tv network BeIN in the country of France, as they agreed to an extension that will see the French broadcast network air the Bundesliga till the year 2025.
The extension will mean the BeIN and the Bundesliga have been in a partnership for over a decade now and will continue to keep the German top flight in its glorious portfolio. The deal will also see the Bundesliga being broadcasted in Turkey with a large number of Bundesliga fans in the country, the deal will benefit BeIN drastically and gain them some much needed viewership.
With world-class players like Robert Lewandowski, Erling Haaland, Manuel Neuer and many more, the Bundesliga is sure short hit amongst football fans all around the world. The deal with BeIN that extends in France and Turkey as well will be highly beneficial for the Pay-Tv network.
Reports also say that BeIN are also in talks to acquire the broadcasting rights of the Italian top flight Serie-A, with its portfolio already being as massive as it is with the UEFA Champions League, La Liga, Bundesliga and other domestic competitions, the acquisition of Serie-A will see BeIN broadcast three of the major domestic football leagues in the country.
The Bundesliga however, has also agreed to a deal with Eleven Sports that spans over four years and will see the league being broadcasted in Portugal, Belgium and Luxembourg.