Sky Mexico has extended its deal with the DFL for the rights to the Bundesliga 2. The pay-TV broadcaster’s four-year deal includes every match of Germany’s secondary football tier. It also lets subscribers access the matches in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
Pay-TV broadcaster Sky Mexico has secured the broadcast rights to the German Bundesliga in a four-year extension deal from 2022/23 until 2025/26. Sky Mexico gets multi-platform rights to every Bundesliga match every season. The agreement between Sky Mexico and the DFL also covers other Spanish-speaking territories in Central America, including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
Sky Mexico has acquired pay-television broadcast rights to the German Bundesliga in Mexico and Central America. The deal agreed with Bundesliga International will see Sky Mexico exclusively air three Bundesliga matches every week, along with other matches on a non-exclusive basis. Relegation and promotion playoffs will additionally feature on the network. As part of its extensive coverage, Sky Mexico has decided to introduce a channel dedicated to the German Bundesliga, which will be responsible for auxiliary programming and highlights.
Sky Mexico has obtained the rights to air the German Supercup live in Mexico and Central America, following a multi-year agreement with Bundesliga International—the commercial rights arm of Germany’s top football league.
Sky Mexico has secured the broadcast rights to the German 2. Bundesliga in Mexico and Central America. The subscription TV network will air live matches from Germany’s second-tier division, as well as promotion playoffs.
Sky Mexico has secured the exclusive broadcast rights for the 2021 Copa América tournament in Mexico, with all 28 matches featured in full HD. Viewers in Mexico will be able to follow the tournament live and on demand. Live-streaming can be accessed via Sky Mexico’s (over-the-top) OTT subscription service, Blue To Go Video.