Government expects revenue increase from centralised Portuguese league rights

LISBON, PORTUGAL - FEBRUARY 20: Bruno Tabata of Sporting CP in action. (Photo by Gualter Fatia/Getty Images)

Portugal’s Council of Ministers has given the go-ahead to plans centralising the media rights of Portugal’s top two footballing divisions in a key reform.

The centralisation will come into effect from the 2027-28 season onwards in a move to provide a more equitable distribution of revenues between the leagues’ clubs.

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