ESPN agrees one-year SPFL deal in US, secures Latin American rights

Matt Kennedy of Aberdeen (L) and Connor Goldson of Rangers (R) at Pittodrie on August 1, 2020 (Photo by Scott Baxter/Getty Images)

The Disney-owned direct-to-consumer streaming platform ESPN+ has acquired US broadcast rights to the Scottish Premiership in one of a string of broadcast deals finalised by the Infront agency.

ESPN, which was initially discussing a five-year deal with Infront, has now agreed to a one-year deal for English- and Spanish-language rights, SportBusiness understands.

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