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Premier League could drop Sky Sports and BT Sport, to stream own matches

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Premier League could drop Sky Sports and BT Sport, to stream own matches

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The Premier League is considering the possibility of streaming their own matches instead of relying on broadcasters like Sky Sports and BT Sport, according to the Mirror.

While Sky has been broadcasting Premier League matches since the league’s inception in 1992, the league may opt for a multi-partner deal before eventually running the show on their own platform.

Other broadcasters such as BT Sport, Amazon Prime, DAZN, Disney+, and Apple are also interested in entering the football broadcasting market.

The Premier League’s current deal with Sky and BT is set to expire in 2025, with domestic rights for 2022-2025 selling for $6.3 billion (£5.12 billion).

However, the high prices of these platforms have become a concern for fans, with the average fan having to pay around £700 a year to access every game in the English top flight.

The Chief Executive of the Football Supporters Association, Kevin Miles, acknowledged that fans are feeling the financial strain of paying for multiple subscriptions.

“For those fans who want to watch every one of the club’s televised games, the costs are really starting to mount,” he said.

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