SPFL issues RFP for international media rights

The Scottish Professional Football League has issued a request for proposals for its international media rights (outside the UK and Ireland) in the period from 2020-21 onward.

The tender is open to broadcasters, agencies and other platforms. Competitions included are the Scottish Premiership, Scottish Championship, Scottish Challenge Cup, Scottish League Cup and playoffs for promotion and relegation between the Premiership and Championship.

Neil Doncaster, SPFL chief executive, said: “There is an increasing interest in, and appetite for, Scottish football across the globe and this RFP represents an exciting opportunity for prospective media partners to work with us from summer 2020.”

Interested parties should contact the SPFL at RFP2019@spfl.co.uk for further information.

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