SKY SPORTS SEALS NEW SCOTTISH FOOTBALL TV DEAL
TOP Scottish football games will remain exclusively live on Sky Sports for at least another seven years after the broadcaster struck a new deal with the SPFL.
Sky has agreed a four-year extension to its current contract which will see it able to show even more games from the Scottish Premiership – it could rise to as many as 80 games a season by 2029.
Clubs will also be able to show up to five league games per season pay-per-view on their own streaming platforms, starting immediately.
And for the first time the Scottish women’s game will be shown on Sky with at least five matches a season being shown from the Scottish Women’s Premier League or Sky Sports League Cup as it’ll now be known.
- NEW SKY SPORTS SCOTTISH FOOTBALL TV DEAL
- Up to 60 SPFL matches exclusively live each season from 2024/25, more than ever before, with scope to increase this over the term of the deal, possibly up to 80 a season by the 2029.
- Broadcasting live from each Scottish Premiership ground up to five occasions each season from 2024/25 – one more than in the current deal
- A minimum of five SWPL or League Cup matches exclusively live from this season, with scope to increase further during the term
- All Scottish Premiership clubs being able to sell pay-per-view streams within the UK and Ireland of up to five league home games per season, with immediate effect, subject to certain conditions including no matches during blocked hours
- Free-to-watch highlights of every Scottish Premiership game on Sky Sports’ digital platforms, YouTube, Sky Q and Sky Glass
- A dedicated weekly highlights show on Sky Sports Football