Football – TV rights: DAZN offers an offer to obtain TV rights for Ligue 1

Football – TV rights: DAZN offers an offer to obtain TV rights for Ligue 1
Football – TV rights: DAZN offers an offer to obtain TV rights for Ligue 1

Still looking for a TV broadcaster, the Professional Football League (LFP) has received an offer from DAZN.

Vincent Labrune, the president of the Professional Football League (LFP), submitted a key proposal to the LFP board of directors on Friday, July 5.

DAZN enters the game

DAZN offre 375 million euros per year over five years to spread eight games out of nine per day of Ligue 1, according to a source close to the case quoted by AFP. The amount of the subscription has not yet been revealed.

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Towards a revolution with a 100% Ligue 1 channel

At the same time, the LFP is exploring a bold move with Warner Bros to create a new streaming channel, called “Ligue 1 Max”. This channel would combine all Ligue 1 matches with Warner Bros’ entertainment catalogue, for a monthly subscription planned at 27,99 eurosaccording to information confirmed by RMC Sport.

Upcoming decisions and financial implications

The final decision will rest with the club presidents, who will meet this weekend to choose between the various proposals. In addition to DAZN and Warner Bros, Amazon Prime and beIN Sports also remain options for the remaining rights, adding further complexity to the ongoing negotiations.

Vincent Labrune is continuing his efforts to guarantee immediate revenues and secure the financial future of Ligue 1, while addressing clubs’ concerns about their short-term cash flow.

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