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EFL issues domestic broadcast rights RFP, targets lifting of 3pm blackout rule

Jordan Rhodes of Huddersfield Town shoots during the Sky Bet Championship game against Hull City (Photo by John Early/Getty Images)

The English Football League has today (Wednesday) issued a request for proposals for domestic broadcast rights from the 2024-25 season onwards.

The EFL’s current five-year deal with pay-television broadcaster Sky expires at the end of the 2023-24 campaign and the league said it is taking a “fresh and new approach” to the next cycle.

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