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Sky, BBC secure Women’s Super League domestic rights in ‘landmark’ deals

England’s Football Association has announced that its top-tier Women’s Super League will “bring in more revenue than any women’s domestic league in the world” after it secured lucrative domestic media rights deals with pay-television broadcaster Sky and UK public-service broadcaster the BBC.

The three-season deals are understood to be worth a combined value of about £7m (€8.1m/$9.7m) per season, from 2021-22 to 2023-24, according to The Telegraph.

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