Efl TV highlights deal

MJP_Exeter

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With the EFL seemingly keen on showcasing every single match after 2025 and these are my predictions for the next cycle of EFL TV Rights

TV's 3pm blackout scrapped and every match shown live.

Sky hold position at a lower cost of £100m per season

ITV Secure access to League cup (3rd pick / 2nd semi final and final non exclusive), 20 championship matches and highlights for £30m a season

Viaplay or a streaming service pick up all remaining matches for £50m per season. (Access to Champ, league one and two with remaining league cup matches not shown on ITV or Sky)

I follow scrapped as all matches move to Streaming service bar ITV / Sky picks
 

MJP_Exeter

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Still no signs on the next TV Deal for the EFL. Lets hope the offers are good and substantive as we need a good tv deal, with FTA LIVE matches (Via ITV or BBC) and also all games streamed either via a joint up I follow (Monthly charge, rather than game charge, split across the sides in the usual context) or via streaming site such as Viaplay, Apple or Amazon,alongside Sky sports set of rights (Wherever they end up).

I follow could look at £15 per month for all matches outside other picks (in my example above ITV / Sky picks). Spread that across 300,000 people would bring in a revenue of £45m across the clubs (I actually think you could get to 500,000 subscribers, especially if you make this app worldwide rights. Obviously this is prior to any Overseas tv rights and below would be Domestic numbers only. Also based on 10 months paid subscription rather than 12 as people won't pay in the summer for no matches.

If you them assume, Sky at 100m and ITV at 30m that is £175m per season up from £119m currently.

Championship - £140m per annum
League one - £21m per season
League two - £14m per season
 
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