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Sky extends PL deal to 2022

Sky Sports 107 sources

Sky has extended its Premier League rights through to 2022 and will show more matches than ever before.

Sky and BT agree new £4.46bn Premier League deal

Sky News / Business

Sky Sports and BT have agreed to pay £4.464bn to show 160 Premier League games a season from 2019/20 until 2021/22.

Sky and BT pay less for live games

The Times / Business

Sky and BT Sport have held on to the bulk of the Premier League's live matches but the exponential rise in the cost of television rights has come to an abrupt halt. The Premier League's income from domestic TV rights for 2019-22 is set to…

Sky wins bulk of Premier League rights as value slips

LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's Sky will pay 3.58 billion pounds to show 128 Premier League matches for three seasons from 2019/20 in a deal that brings to an end rampant inflation in the value of the domestic rights for English top…

Sky and BT Pay $6.2 Billion for Most U.K. Premier League ...

Bloomberg

Sky Plc and BT Group Plc together paid 4.6 billion pounds ($6.2 billion) for most of the U.K. rights to broadcast live English Premier League soccer ...

Sky and BT win Premier League TV rights

BBC / Business

Bidding continues for two of the seven TV rights packages.

Sky pays 3.6 billion pounds to win bulk of new Premier League rights

Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's Sky will pay 3.58 billion pounds to show 128 Premier League matches for three seasons from 2019/20, in a deal that brings to an end rampant inflation in the value of the domestic rights for English top…

Sky Sports maintain stranglehold on Premier League TV rights by sealing £3.5billion deal for 128 matches

Mirror Online

Sky will show two more matches a season than their current deal, with BT Sport taking the 32 matches in the Saturday lunchtime slot

Sky and BT Sport pay £4.464bn for first tranche of Premier League TV packages

The Guardian

The Premier League has announced details for five of the seven live television packages, with BT Sport and Sky paying a combined £4.464bn.

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