Nordic Entertainment Group, CHRONICALLY, continues on the tv rights to the Bundesliga until 2025. Thus the extended agreement, which until now was the task to 2021. It writes the CHRONICALLY in a press release.
the Company, which among other things is behind the channels 3+, TV3 Sport and TV3 Box, have also recently secured the rights to the Premier League until 2028.
But now extends to also the Bundesliga consignment. Here will CHRONICALLY's channels each season to show more than 300 matches from the best of the German series.
at the same time, they have now licensed to show the German supercup, Bundesligaens nedrykningsplayoff matches, and 2. Bundesliga.
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There is ample opportunity to see Yussuf Poulsen and the Danish profiles in the Bundesliga in action in the future. Photo: Ronny Hartmann / Ritzau Scanpix.
CHRONICALLY focuses on delivering tv to the nordic countries, and with stars like Jennifer Braut Haaland, Emil Forsberg, Yussuf Poulsen, Luke Hradechy, Thomas Delaney and Oscar Wendt, the North is very well represented in the German league.
- the Bundesliga is one of Europe's best and most exciting leagues and have a huge interest as seen from a nordic perspective. This long-term agreement means that fans can see many of the region's biggest talents each week on Viaplay, including Erling Braut Haaland - the first teenager in nhl history to score seven goals in just three Bundesliga matches.
- CHRONICALLY Group is the Nordic countries 'leading streaming service, and the breadth of our fodbolddækning is simply in a league of itself, says Kim Mikkelsen, chief of the CHRONICALLY's sportsafdeling.
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