Uefa, European football’s governing body, agreed deals in Romania for the Champions League for three seasons, from 2012-13 to 2014-15, with pay-television broadcasters RCS RDS and RomTelecom.
The broadcasters will each show three live matches per match night. RCS RDS will show the coverage on its Digi Sport channels and RomTelecom on its Dolce Sport channels. Both broadcasters have also acquired highlights rights, and mobile and internet rights.
Uefa is still seeking a deal with a free-to-air broadcaster for one live match every Tuesday, the final, the Super Cup competition and a Tuesday night highlights programme.
The Team Marketing agency, Uefa’s sales agent for the Champions League, brokered the deals.