One World Sports renews rights to Arsenal TV with long-term deal

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One World Sports today announced that is has agreed a deal with Arsenal Football Club to continue broadcasting Arsenal TV to viewers in the United States with a long-term deal.

Under the agreement, with international media rights agency MP & Silva, ONE World Sports will broadcast Arsenal’s games on delay throughout the 10-month season, including those from the Premier League, UEFA Champions League and FA Cup. In addition to the matches, ONE World Sports’ Arsenal FC programming on both its network and mobile platforms includes pre- and post-match interviews, features and analyses. ONE World Sports will also provide an insider’s view of the club with exclusive player and coach profiles, historical reviews and engaging insights with top players.

MP & Silva’s CEO, Marco Auletta, commented, “We have a long-term strategic media partnership with Arsenal FC with a record distribution of the Arsenal Media Channel to 130 territories, in five continents and 30 million supporters around the world. The following of soccer in the United States and Canada has proven to be one of our key growing markets and we continue to build a strong reputation for Arsenal – one of the world’s most successful and best-known clubs.”

SEE MORE: One World Sports looks forward to a 2015 filled with its soccer programming.

“It’s a great opportunity for all our fans to watch Arsenal programming and get closer to the club and we’re looking forward to working with them to deliver more great content,” said Ben Ladkin, General Manager, Arsenal Football Club.

One World Sports is a sports network that’s available across many TV providers in the United States. If, however, your cable or satellite provider doesn’t carry One World Sports, you can watch the channel (and Arsenal TV) with Sling International (formerly known as DishWorld). Sign up for a free 30-day trial today.

In addition to Arsenal TV, One World Sports has rights to Chelsea TV, Bayern Munich TV, AFC Champions League, AFC Cup, A-League, J-League, cricket and more.

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