J.League lands broadcast deals in Thailand and Nigeria

Erik of Yokohama F Marinos celebrates scoring in the AFC Champions League. (Photo by Mohamed Farag/Getty Images)

The J.League, the organising body of the top two domestic football leagues in Japan, has unveiled media rights agreements with Nigerian group Sporty Internet at Thai football club BG Pathum United.

Sporty Internet and BG Pathum United will have rights to J1 League matches throughout the remainder of the 2022 season.

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