Uefa secures club competition deals in Romania

European football’s governing body Uefa has sealed rights deals with three broadcasters in Romania for club competitions the Champions League and Europa League.

Telco Telekom Romania has extended its rights agreement, while pay-television broadcaster Digi Sport and commercial broadcaster Look TV have come on board as new partners for the three-season cycle spanning 2018-19 to 2020-21.

Telekom Romania, Digi Sport and Look TV will broadcast matches across their television channels and online platforms.

Telekom Romania and commercial broadcaster Pro TV had held rights for the three seasons spanning 2015-16 to 2017-18, but the latter company has now dropped out as a Uefa rights partner.

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