Broadcasters Sky and BT Sport are concerned about the Superliga project

The powerful broadcaster Sky, owner of Sky Sports in the United Kingdom, Sky Deutschland in Germany and Sky Italia in Italy, reacted this Monday night with a press release to the Super League project, distancing herself from this new competition.

“We are fully focused on supporting our long-term soccer partners in the UK and Europe, already providing fans with the best live stream of the best soccer competitions in the world, and we have not been involved in any discussion of the proposed split. for the European Super League “.

BT Sport, host of the Champions League and Europa League in the UK, had also communicated earlier today … unequivocally. “BT recognizes the concerns raised by many voices and soccer fans, and believes that the formation of the European Super League could have a detrimental effect on the long-term health of soccer in the country. As an announcer for the Premier League, UEFA football (European Cups) and the National Football League and, as the senior partner of all football teams in England, we strongly believe that football makes a significant positive contribution to the lives of people at all levels, and this must be protected. “

In France, Canal + and beIN Sports have not yet ruled on this Superliga project.

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