Sky Deutschland has maintained broadcast rights for the DFB-Pokal tournament from the 2022/23 to the 2025/26 season, and will share coverage with ARD and ZDF. Sky will provide full coverage of the tournament, with all 63 games being shown from the first round all the way to the final. In addition, subscribers will be able to follow matches both live and on-demand, with Sky Konferenz available for those who want to watch more than one match simultaneously.
Sky Deutschland has maintained their broadcast rights to the English Premier League in Germany and Switzerland until 2025 after securing a three year extension. This deal commences at the start of the 2022/23 campaign and ends after the conclusion of the 2024/25 term. Fans will be able to follow matches via Sky's family of linear and TV channels, with live streaming available on smart TVs, computers, mobiles, and other devices. In addition, fans can tune in using the Sky Ticket streaming service without signing up for a subscription as well as catch games at Sky Hotels and Sky Sportsbars.
Sky has acquired German Bundesliga rights from 2021 through 2025. The pay-TV broadcaster will show 200 live Bundesliga matches every season—more than any of its broadcast partners, which include DAZN and ProSiebenSat.1. The Bundesliga on Sky Deutschland will be aired on television, as well as on the network’s online and mobile platforms in high definition.
Sky Deutschland has acquired exclusive multi-platform German-language rights to the English Premier League in Germany and Austria. The deal covers live EPL broadcasts on TV, as well as via IPTV, web and mobile streaming. In addition to live and on-demand EPL games on their platforms, Sky Deutschland will also air extensive Premier League clips and highlights.
Multi-platform Bundesliga rights owner Sky will air 572 live matches in Germany, every season until 2021. Fixtures featured by the network will include Saturday and Sunday afternoon matches. Coverage will primarily be assigned to Sky Bundesliga, coming both in the form of full individual matches and interactive multicasts (Konferenz coverage). Games will be available both in HD and UHD, with streams accessible on the Sky Go platform.
Sky has secured multi-platform rights for the UEFA Champions League in Germany and Austria until the end of the 2020-21 season. The pay-TV broadcaster will air all matches live on TV, as well as online on its OTT services, including Sky Go and its official website. Multicasts (Original Sky Konferenz) will make it possible for subscribers to enjoy matches being played simultaneously, on TV. Full match replays and highlights will be provided as well, with all the action available in high definition.