UEFA has struck a raft of soccer rights deals in Europe.
Greek free-to-air broadcaster ERT has renewed its deal to air one Champions League match per week as well as the final and the UEFA Super Cup, while pay TV broadcaster Nova will air the remaining Champions League matches as well as all Europa League games.
In Portugal, TVI gets one match per week and pay operator Sport TV will air four of the other games and both channels will share the finals and the UEFA Super Cup. All of these deals will run through the 2015 season. These deals follow a move by British free-to-air broadcaster ITV has snatched the UK rights from commercial rival Five.
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23rd February 2019