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Indian Super League gets OneFootball overseas streaming deal

Soccer media company to air Indian soccer’s top flight in more than 200 territories.

26 November 2021 Rory Jones

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  • Bundesliga, Belgian Pro League and CBF are also partners of OneFootball
  • Company recently signed deal with Eleven that covers nine European soccer leagues

The Indian Super League (ISL), the country’s top domestic soccer competition, has announced a new broadcast partnership with OneFootball.

The Germany-based media company will provide free coverage of the ISL in more than 200 countries globally. OneFootball’s app will also offer access to on-demand content from around the ISL.

The media company has agreed a number of broadcast deals recently, already providing coverage of German soccer’s Bundesliga, the Scottish Premier League, the Belgian Pro League and the Chinese Super League (CSL).

Just last month, OneFootball agreed a three-year global deal for a host of top European soccer leagues including Denmark, Norway, Poland and Switzerland, adding to the media company’s similar deal for Mexican soccer’s Liga MX.

“The Hero Indian Super League is a young and rapidly growing competition. OneFootball will be the place for Indian football fans around the world to watch their teams from back home and for a larger international audience to discover ISL for the first time,” said Nikolaus von Doetinchem, vice president of media rights at OneFootball.

“At OneFootball we are committed to bringing fans closer to the action than ever before and with the ISL we have another amazing competition for football fans to experience.”

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