The Ekstraklasa, the top tier of club football in Poland, posted record consolidated revenues of PLN328.4m (€71.9m/$83.4m) during the 2020-21 season, despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Polish Ekstraklasa is preparing an invitation to tender for the sale of its domestic media rights from the 2023-24 season onwards, in a process that is scheduled to be completed by the end of next…
European Leagues, the body of European football leagues, has pooled together the international broadcast rights to nine different leagues and initiated a Request for Proposals from interested broadcasters,…
Red Bee Media, the Ericsson-owned media services company, has been chosen by Polish football’s Ekstraklasa to develop its OTT streaming platform.
The Ekstraklasa, the top tier of club football in Poland, has signed a new rights deal in the Balkan region with pay-television broadcaster Arena Sport
The Polish Ekstraklasa has made its international broadcast rights in selected markets available on Content Arena, the online media rights trading platform, as its seeks to boost its worldwide distribution
The Polish Ekstraklasa has initiated a request for proposal process for the service provider for its OTT subscription streaming platform, Ekstraklasa.TV, from 2021-22 onwards
IMG Arena, the sports betting arm of the IMG agency, has renewed its international betting streaming rights to Poland’s Ekstraklasa for four more seasons.
Marcin Animucki, president of the Ekstraklasa SA board, discusses the leagues latest domestic deals and how it was able to avoid paying rebates for the suspended 2019-20 season.
The Polish Esktraklasa was able to avoid paying domestic rebates for the suspended 2019-20 season by extending its existing deals with pay-television broadcaster Platforma Canal Plus and public-service broadcaster TVP for a further two seasons on unchanged final terms.
The Polish Ekstraklasa has finalised domestic rights deals with pay-television broadcaster Platforma Canal Plus and public-service broadcaster TVP in two-season extensions to the current contracts
The Polish Ekstraklasa is poised to finalise negotiations with its domestic broadcasters to renew the current deals for a further two seasons, covering 2021-22 and 2022-23
Poland’s Ekstraklasa will pay a record high of PLN225m ($58.1m/€50.7m) to its clubs from the league’s centralised media and sponsorship rights in 2019-20. T
Football-focused digital media company Dugout will distribute content from the Ekstraklasa in a deal with the Polish top flight
Poland’s Ekstraklasa has struck broadcast deals in some key European markets as the league continues its preparations to return to action on May 29 following the Covid-19 shutdown.
The Ekstraklasa is offering non-exclusive rights to two fixtures per match week to international broadcasters as the Polish top flight prepares to return on May 29