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Turkish Süper Lig rights renewed by beIN SPORTS

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beIN SPORTS have renewed its deal to broadcast the Turkish Süper Lig to viewers in the United States.

Under its new two-year deal, viewers in the United States can continue watching the Turkish Süper Lig. The 2022/23 season kicks off on August 5, 2022 across beIN SPORTS channels. The new deal expires at the end of the 2023/24 season.

beIN SPORTS have the global rights to the league. For any territories where beIN doesn’t have coverage, beIN can sell the rights.

Turkish Süper Lig beIN SPORTS agree deal

According to reports, beIN SPORTS paid just under $370 million per season for the global deal. To put that into context, Apple recently wrapped up a global streaming deal with MLS for $250 million per year.

Under its previous deal, beIN SPORTS and the Turkish Football Federation‘s partnership was for five years, from 2016 through the 2021/22 season.

Expectations for the new Turkish Süper Lig season are very optimistic. In particular, that’s this year Trabzonspor won its first Turkish title since 1984. Organized by the Turkish Football Federation, the Turkish Super Lig is the top-flight division of the Turkish football league. The season typically runs from August through May.

Many of the games are shown across the exclusive rights holder beIN SPORTS both on television and/or streaming. Most of the games are on beIN SPORTS Connect. That means you may to subscribe to a streaming service such as fuboTV, Sling World Sports or Fanatiz. Some of the streaming services offer free 7-day trials so you can take it for a test drive to see which one you like best.

“After a meeting with the CEO of beIN MEDIA GROUP, Mr. Yousef Al-Obaidly, we improved the terms of the agreement and finalized the broadcasting issue that our football fans have been eagerly waiting for,” said Turkish Football Federation President Mehmet Büyükekşi. “I hope that our cooperation with beIN MEDIA GROUP, who started to support Turkish football with Digiturk in 2001, who is a pioneer in football broadcasting and who makes significant investments in Turkey, will continue for many years.”.

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  1. Nick

    July 2, 2022 at 7:10 pm

    Is there any way to get the turkish feed from us bein? The english commentators bein uses are pretty rough…

  2. jstrummer

    June 30, 2022 at 9:00 pm

    Hoping Copa Lib & Sud don’t end up on Paramount, low crowd noise has ruined the Argentine league and Brasileiro for me, find myself switching over to the spanish feed so I can soak in the atmosphere of these wonderful crowds. Assume plus would be fine.

  3. Turfit

    June 29, 2022 at 3:17 pm

    If my math is correct, beIN is paying $974,000 per match for Turkish League and Apple is paying $525,000 per match for MLS……. And what about 10 years of inflation for MLS????

  4. Yespage

    June 28, 2022 at 10:44 am

    I forgot Bein Sport still existed.

  5. dave

    June 27, 2022 at 6:19 pm

    This piqued my interest, so I did a few minutes of research. At a glance, beIN and Turkish Super Lig seem to be in a mutually combative relationship where each deserves the other
    A quote of interest: “A 2021 investigation by BeIN found there were as many as two people illegally watching Turkish games for every person with a subscription”. Reportedly, beIN blame Turkish Lig for the piracy and received a large rebate due to it. Not to be outdone, a Turkish Lig team accused beIN of match fixing using VAR. With friends like these…
    Any data on the prevalence of illegal streaming in the US? At a 2:1 ratio of piracy to paying, I assume most business models would be non-viable

  6. UnitedFan 3478

    June 27, 2022 at 1:07 pm

    Please get rid of French Ligue 1 and the French Cup.

    • WC+Dave

      July 5, 2022 at 2:42 pm

      Why? Because you don’t watch them? Then don’t watch, but let those of us who are interested in French club football do so in peace.

  7. Ra

    June 27, 2022 at 12:12 pm

    I certainly hope BeIn does not renew the Libertadores and Sudamericana contracts. They belong to ESPN+ or Paramount+.

    • MarkB

      June 27, 2022 at 12:27 pm

      We can only hope

    • JP

      June 27, 2022 at 4:11 pm

      Agreed, interesting it’s only a 2 year deal. Ends same time as their current Ligue Un rights in 2024. Wonder if that’s so they can renegotiate at the same time with reduced prices, to account for the lack of United States presence (this assuming beIN USA goes out of business after current Ligue Un rights expire). If that’s the strategy, don’t think Libertadores will choose beIN if any other bidders are remotely close…if beIN tries to retain rights after this season.

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