Ziggo adds Turkish Süper Lig to football rights portfolio

Netherlands international Wout Weghorst (L) during Süper Lig match against Kayserispor on August 6, 2022 (by Seskim Photo/MB Media/Getty Images)

Dutch telecoms operator Ziggo has acquired broadcast rights to the Süper Lig, the top division of Turkish club football.

The two-season deal covers the 2022-23 campaign, which got underway on August 5, and the 2023-24 edition of the Süper Lig. The agreement was reached with Digiturk, the beIN-owned Turkish pay-TV broadcaster which holds the international and domestic rights to the league.

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