Disney, ESPN’s owner, has announced that it will acquire the rights to showcase La Liga in the United States at the end of the 2028/2029 season.

Recently, beIN Sports premiered LaLiga in the US. Disney has now announced the exclusive acquisition.

The matches will be shown on ESPN’s channels until the end of the 2028/2029 season. The entire deal is worth € 1.2 billion, the highest foreign contract in La Liga history. The meeting will be commented on in English and Spanish.

The CEO is proud to have reached such a long agreement.

– We signed a historic rights agreement with the highest Spanish football league. It is one of the best and most famous soccer tournaments in the world. It has the best clubs in the world and some of the best players in the world. The eight-year deal with comment rights in English and Spanish will bring in 380 Premier League matches and multiple matches from Sigonda FC starting in August. Bob Tangle said the deal cemented ESPN plus’s position as a major destination for American football fans.

Currently, ESPN shows, among others, the King’s Cup, German League, Major League Soccer, FA Cup, Carabao Cup, Dutch League and Nations League.


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