J.League unveils new media-rights deals in Indonesia and Mena

Andres Iniesta of Vissel Kobe takes a corner kick. (Photo by The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images)

Japanese football's J.League has unveiled its international media-rights partners for the upcoming 2021 season, including new deals with pay-television broadcasters K-Vision in Indonesia and Dubai Sports in the Mena region.

The J.League has 14 deals in place, covering 55 territories across Asia-Pacific, Europe, Central Asia, and Mena. There is also a worldwide, excluding Japan, news access rights deal with sports news platform SNTV. Most of the deals were already in place ahead of last season, although last season only 31 territories were covered.

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