FOX Sports renews Premier League to 2013

For the first time all 380 matches of the Premier League will be made available to FOX Sports viewers.

plFOX Sports has renewed its Australian broadcast rights to the Barclays Premier League from 2010 to 2013.

It means that for the first time all 380 matches will be available, along with coverage across other new media platforms.

FOX Sports will provide simultaneous broadcast of up to five live games per round through the Sports Active Viewer’s Choice feature, with a selection of matches also available in High Definition.

Premier League on Demand will feature selected live and delayed matches each week.

David Malone, FOX Sports chief executive, said: “We have developed a strong relationship with the Premier League over the past 12 seasons and we are very pleased to further extend this association for another three years.

“The Barclays Premier League has a loyal following in Australia that continues to grow, and this renewal reinforces our commitment to football fans around the country. We will continue to provide the most comprehensive coverage to our subscribers through live matches, Sports Active, the hugely popular weekly highlights, preview programs, classic archive matches and local magazine programming.”

18 Responses

  1. If I could get a $19.95 sports package I’d be happy. But I’m not paying for the very average basic package to earn the privilage of paying more to see what I do want. And then more for HD.
    Crappy streams it is then.

  2. That pic is of the Champions League, not the Premier League…

    Liverpool haven’t won the Premier League in 20years. Losers!

    And the way they’re going, they’ll be lucky to still be in the Premier League next year.

  3. You people are kidding, you want a FTA network to cover Premier League football your off your rockers. Seriously just look at the pi** poor german games with bloody ads. You can’t have ads during a football game, it is a FIFA by-law.

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