Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL) signed a global deal with OneFootball to broadcast Indian Super League in over 200 countries. Except for the Indian subcontinent, the German football media company will be able to bring ISL to almost every country on the planet.
Fans from the different regions will catch the live feed of India’s topmost football league and this can take ISL to a whole different level going forward. The deal begins from this season. With live feeds, fans will enjoy highlights of the matches that have been made available for free.
The partnership will increase Hero ISL’s global demand, especially amongst millennials. All the action that fans may require will be available on this platform which can get on IOS, android and desktop via OneFootball website.
The ISL spokesperson said, “We are pleased to partner with OneFootball bringing another power-packed season of Hero ISL to fans worldwide. Hero Indian Super League has consistently engaged with the young audience, creating an intrigued base of fans across the globe.”
“Through our partnership with OneFootball, ISL will be able to continue its endeavour to appeal to the youth and globalise Indian football.”
Nikolaus von Doetinchem, the VP OTT & Media Rights OneFootball said, “The Hero Indian Super League is a young and rapidly growing competition. OneFootball will be the place for Indian football fans around the world to watch their teams from back home and for a larger international audience to discover ISL for the first time.”
Hero Indian Super League 2021-22 season is in its second matchday and has already gained viewers’ attention with the number of goals that are being scored in the tournament.