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England - Premier League (2022-2025)Sky Deutschland has maintained their broadcast rights to the English Premier League in Germany and Switzerland until 2025 after securing a three year extension. This deal commences at the start of the 2022/23 campaign and ends after the conclusion of the 2024/25 term. Fans will be able to follow matches via Sky's family of linear and TV channels, with live streaming available on smart TVs, computers, mobiles, and other devices.
More detailsIn addition, fans can tune in using the Sky Ticket streaming service without signing up for a subscription as well as catch games at Sky Hotels and Sky Sportsbars.
Germany - Bundesliga (2021-2025)Sky has acquired German Bundesliga rights from 2021 through 2025. The pay-TV broadcaster will show 200 live Bundesliga matches every season—more than any of its broadcast partners, which include DAZN and ProSiebenSat.1. The Bundesliga on Sky Deutschland will be aired on television, as well as on the network’s online and mobile platforms in high definition.
Germany - DFL-Supercup (2022-2026)
Germany - DFB Pokal (2022-2026)Sky Deutschland has maintained broadcast rights for the DFB-Pokal tournament from the 2022/23 to the 2025/26 season, and will share coverage with ARD and ZDF. Sky will provide full coverage of the tournament, with all 63 games being shown from the first round all the way to the final. In addition, subscribers will be able to follow matches both live and on-demand, with Sky Konferenz available for those who want to watch more than one match simultaneously.
Austria - Football Bundesliga (2021-2024)
Germany - Bundesliga 2 (2021-2025)
Germany - Frauen DFB Pokal (2021-2025)
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Sky Germany is a German media group that operates a pay-tv service in that country since 1990. It is a subsidiary of US-American Comcast Corporation since October 2018. Sky Germany’s channels and packages are also available in countries such as Switzerland, Austria, and Luxembourg.
Sky Germany operated a number of different services, which include the company’s satellite-tv service. Subscribers to it get access to premier live sports events, some of the newest films, general information shows, and more.
Sky Ticket is an online pay-per-view service operated by Sky Germany. It was formerly known as Sky Online, but it was later rebranded as Sky Ticket on August 16, 2016. In the past, Sky Ticket has worked with different packages offering specific content, such as an entertainment package, a sports package, and a cinema package.
These packages are also available for those who have a regular subscription to the TV service. Each subscription has been available on a monthly basis, with the option to add more months or cancel the service when that period of time has expired.
Speaking about sports, Sky Ticket has offered coverage of specific pay-per-view events, UEFA Champions League matches, Bundesliga games, DFB Cup matches, Formula One races, tennis tournaments, and handball competitions. All these sports are available via the regular sports programming offered by the pay-tv service.
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