sport news BBC announce they will broadcast Champions League highlights for the first-time ... trends now

sport news BBC announce they will broadcast Champions League highlights for the first-time ... trends now
sport news BBC announce they will broadcast Champions League highlights for the first-time ... trends now

sport news BBC announce they will broadcast Champions League highlights for the first-time ... trends now

BBC announce they will broadcast Champions League highlights for the first-time EVER from 2024 after agreeing a three-year deal... with BT Sport and Amazon Prime also part of the £1.5billion deal The BBC has agreed a three-year deal to show Champions League highlights The TV channel will become home to Wednesday night highlights from 2024 BT Sport will retain the highlights for Tuesday nights and the Europa League 

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The BBC has agreed a new three-year deal to show Champions League highlights for the first-time ever from the 2024-25 season. 

The TV channel will become home to Wednesday night highlights, showcasing all of the action from Europe's elite club competition across its linear, digital and social channels, delivering all of the goals and unmissable moments.

BT Sport will, however, retain highlights for Tuesday night and also the Europa League and Europa Conference League.

The BBC has agreed a new three-year deal to show Champions League highlights from 2024

The TV channel will become home to Wednesday night highlights, showcasing all of the action

The TV channel will become home to Wednesday night highlights, showcasing all of the action

BT Sport will, however, retain the highlights for Tuesday nights and also the Europa League

BT Sport will, however, retain the highlights for Tuesday nights and also the Europa League

BBC Director of Sport Barbara Slater said: 'We are simply thrilled to have won these rights. 

'Our reach and ability to bring people together is unrivalled and we couldn't be more delighted that UEFA have recognised the value in our ability to bring the UEFA Champions League to the widest possible audience across the UK.

'This package of highlights and digital content will allow football fans to follow the UEFA Champions League, wherever and however they like. 

BBC Director of Sport Barbara Slater (pictured) admits they are thrilled to have won the rights

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