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DAZN Announces Global Broadcast Deals for Women's Champions League Final

It will sublicense this Saturday's final between FC Barcelona and Olympique de Lyon to television networks in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Israel, Belgium and Iceland.

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DAZN Announces Global Broadcast Deals for Women's Champions League Final

It will sublicense this Saturday's final between FC Barcelona and Olympique de Lyon to television networks in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Israel, Belgium and Iceland

DAZN has announced several agreements to sublicense the rights to the UEFA Women's Champions League final between FC Barcelona and Olympique de Lyon to television stations around the world, which will take place this Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at the Juventus Stadium in Turin (Italy). These agreements include RTVE and TV3 in Spain, ITV in the United Kingdom and Ireland, TF1 in France, RTBF in Belgium, SVT in Sweden, NRK in Norway, Sport5 in Israel and RUV in Iceland, in addition to other alliances that will be closed in the coming years. next days.

After having exclusively broadcast the entire UEFA Women's Champions League 2021/2022, DAZN, Telefónica's partner in the Spanish LaLiga from next season, continues with its commitment to grow women's football. To follow this UWCL Grand Final, fans around the world will be able to choose from up to 10 different languages ​​via DAZN, the DAZN UWCL channel on YouTube and local TV stations, including English, French, Spanish, Catalan, German, Portuguese, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish and Icelandic.

"Increasing visibility and access to women's sport is critical to driving larger audiences and attracting fans, and ultimately to closing the gap in investment and coverage between women's and men's sports," said Shay Segev, Group CEO. DAZN.

One of the great stars of the grand final is the Spanish Alexia Putellas, current Ballon d'Or, and who aspires to revalidate the title won last season with Barcelona. For the athlete, breaking Olympique de Lyon's record of five consecutive UEFA Women's Champions Leagues is quite a challenge: "In the end, what they've done is very complicated. I don't know if any team will do it again. It's clear that It is a challenge for all the teams to try to achieve what they did. We have a very broad squad with different profiles that helps us to be much more unpredictable".


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