Uefa Women's Champions League

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Uefa’s first-ever sale of centralised global media rights to the Women’s Champions League is thought to have drawn bids from at least four established sports-rights agencies, one new-entry agency player and one media group.

The Spring Media agency has acquired the international media rights of seven high-profile European clubs to the Uefa Women’s Champions League for this season, it said on Friday.

Uefa, football’s European governing body, has today (Monday) started the sales process for centralised broadcast rights to the Uefa Women’s Champions League from 2021-22 to 2024-25.

RTÉ will show live coverage of Sunday’s Uefa Women’s Champions League final in a first for the Irish public-service broadcaster.

Pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus and free-to-air digital terrestrial channel W9 have acquired live rights in France to the Women’s Champions League final.