beIN SPORTS, the network that broadcasts a wide variety of international sports from around the world, has announced renewal of carriage agreements for Spain’s La Liga, Italy’s Serie A and France’s Ligue 1. The exclusive rights to broadcast matches from those three top soccer leagues begin this year and goes into 2016.
La Liga starts the 2015 season on August 21st with a schedule of ten matches. Serie A will begin on August 22nd with Verona vs. Roma, followed by Lazio vs. Bologna. France’s Ligue 1 already started their season on August 7th ith Paris SG defeating Lille 1-0.
Subscribers to beIN SPORTS can also get the Spanish-language broadcast on beIN SPORTS en Español, as well as stream programming over-the-internet via beIN SPORTS CONNECT on PCs, and the beIN SPORTS apps for Google Android and Apple iOS mobile devices.
The channel, hopefully, will launch soon for streaming media players such as Apple TV, Fire TV and Roku.
Details of the multi-year agreement were not disclosed.
get it right douche its football when referring to international events not soccer..seriously some journos are r3tard3d when trying to cover global football ..refer to mls as soccer blabla but international league its football not soccer get your facts right