UEFA's further Champions League TV deals

LONDON: The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has announced it has concluded further television rights sales for the UEFA Champions League, carried out by UEFA's marketing partner TEAM.

Agreements have been finalised for the UEFA Champions League television rights for the seasons 2003-2006 in the following territories:

Region    Broadcaster

Pan-Asia Pay TV    ESPN Star

Greece (Pay TV)    Supersport

Hungary    Viasat

Azerbaijan    ANS

Belarus    Belarus TV

Sub-Saharan Africa (Terrestrial TV & French language Pay TV)    SIMA International

Mauritius    MBC

Pan Middle East    ART

Hong Kong    ATV

Singapore    Mediacorp TV

Indonesia    RCTI

Vietnam    VTV

Panama    TVN

Australia (Terrestrial)    SBS

Venezuela    Meridiano

Commenting on the latest contracts UEFA chief executive Gerhard Aigner said: "These deals ensure the continuing expansion of the broadcaster network both inside and outside Europe, for example in territories such as Belarus and Panama, or in Hong Kong, where previously only the final of the UEFA Champions League was broadcast."

"The growing strength of the UEFA Champions League as a global event is also reflected in the number of current broadcaster partners who have renewed their association with the competition. Our broadcast partners for the new contracts are planning outstanding coverage of the matches and we are confident that the growing interest in the UEFA Champions League will continue," Aigner added.

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