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Ukrainian Premier League issues rights tender

The Ukrainian Premier League has launched a tender process for media rights to the top tier of domestic club football.

The tender covers the three seasons of the UPL spanning 2019-20 to 2021-22. The league is seeking applications from broadcasters, media companies, telcos and sports rights agencies.

Interested parties can submit bids for all or some of the rights available. The deadline for offers has been set at April 5.

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