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Antitrust watchdog approves Serie A’s domestic rights guidelines

Filip Kostic of Juventus looks on as Elseid Hysaj of SS Lazio tugs on the jersey of team mate Moise Kean (Photo by Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images)

The Italian antitrust authority, l’Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (AGCM), has approved Lega Serie A’s guidelines for the sale of its next set of domestic broadcast rights.

The guidelines cover the three seasons spanning 2024-25 to 2026-27. The AGCM has granted its approval after AGCOM, the regulator and competition authority for the communications industry in Italy, did so last month.

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