Eleven Sports Poland has secured rights to Spain’s La Liga Santander top-tier football for the next five seasons, alongside pay TV operator Canal+.
Eleven, which has held the rights to La Liga in Poland since 2015, will continue to deliver five La Liga matches live to Spanish football fans each weekend. Five additional games will be sublicensed to Canal+.
Eleven and Canal+ will alternate first picks each matchday. Every El Clasico league fixture between Barcelona and Real Madrid will be shown simultaneously across both platforms.
One fixture each week from Spain’s second tier La Liga SmartBank will also be available from both Eleven and Canal+
Krzysztof Świergiel, Eleven Sports Poland managing director, said: “La Liga has been a very important part of Eleven Poland’s programming offer since the very start. So we are delighted to be able to guarantee fans more top action from one of the greatest leagues in the world for another five seasons across our linear channels and OTT service. We look forward to continuing to work with LaLiga in the years ahead.”
Eleven Sports Poland’s portfolio of football rights also includes Serie A, Ligue 1, the Bundesliga, the FA Cup, Liga NOS, the Carabao Cup, the Sky Bet Championship and the Spanish Supercopa.
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