sport news BT Sport 'considering free-to-air broadcasting of Bundesliga matches'

BT Sport 'considering free-to-air broadcasting of Bundesliga matches' ahead of German top-flight return on May 16 The Bundesliga is returning May 16 after approval from the German government BT Sport are the exclusive rights holders for the German top-flight in the UK Matches could reportedly be made available to all from behind their paywall Football fans in England have not seen live action for over two months

By Kieran Jackson For Mailonline

Published: 16:19 BST, 7 May 2020 | Updated: 16:24 BST, 7 May 2020

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BT Sport are reportedly considering making their Bundesliga matches available for all to view ahead of the competition's return next Saturday. 

The German government gave the go-ahead for the top-flight to return on May 16, with all clubs now back in quarantine-style training.

BT have exclusive rights to the Bundesliga in the UK and, with the Saturday 3pm blackout rule lifted, the broadcaster could remove the games from behind their paywall, according to The Telegraph.  

Fans in the UK could be able to watch Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski for no cost at all

Fans in the UK could be able to watch Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski for no cost at all

On Wednesday, the Bundesliga said it'll resume on May 15 after being halted due to Covid-19

On Wednesday, the Bundesliga said it'll resume on May 15 after being halted due to Covid-19

Though the Bundesliga is due to restart in nine days, all

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