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ESPN Reaches 3-Year Agreement for EPL Coverage On TV, Web and Mobile

espn2 logo ESPN Reaches 3 Year Agreement for EPL Coverage On TV, Web and Mobile

ESPN has officially confirmed that they have reached an agreement with Fox Sports International to license a selection of Premier League games on US television and multimedia for the next three seasons (2010-11 through 2012-13). The three-year sublicense includes up to 74 live matches each season on ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, ESPN3.com and ESPN Mobile TV.

The new agreement will allow ESPN to broadcast more than 220 live matches in three seasons, most of which will be available in high definition. The timeslots that ESPN2 have taken are Saturday mornings at 7:30am ET (10am when there are no early kick-offs) and weekday afternoons (Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday) at 2:45pm ET.

For the first time, Premier League matches will be featured regularly on ESPN3.com, ESPN Mobile TV and on ESPN Deportes, ESPN’s Spanish-language US sports network. Last season ESPN2 televised some 46 Premier League matches.

View the latest schedule of all Premier League matches on US TV.


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