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DFL Digital Sports chief Heyden to quit Bundesliga role

Andreas Heyden at the Sportsinnovation conference in Düsseldorf. (Photo by Lukas Schulze/Bundesliga/Bundesliga Collection via Getty Images)

Andreas Heyden, the chief executive of DFL Digital Sports, the subsidiary of the German Football League (DFL), is to leave his position at the end of this month.

Announcing the news, the DFL said that Heyden (pictured) is leaving “on the best of terms” and at his own request to “pursue new professional challenges outside of the DFL Group”.

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