Bumper Football season ahead for fans, ESPN renews rights for several leagues

Top African players take to the field in European Leagues with live broadcasts across the continent 



Football fans across Africa have a lot to look forward to in the coming months.

Scan Pay Advertise with iloveza.com

Advertise HERE

ESPN Africa is pleased to announce that it has renewed its broadcast rights for the English Football League, Eredivisie and the Scottish Premiership for an additional year, while adding the Belgian Jupiler Pro League, bringing the most exhilarating football action from across Europe to audiences across the continent.


This year’s Scottish Premiership is set to be one for the books as Glasgow Rangers and Celtic return to action, fuelled by their Old Firm rivalry, combined with both clubs’ popularity and exceptional football prowess. Eredivisie fans can expect excellent seasons from Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord, all of whom are in top form, and eager for league glory.


Be an anonymous angel

Be an Anonymous Angel, donate HERE

The Eredivisie EFL, Scottish Premiership and Belgian Jupiler Pro League all feature top African footballers such as Jean Michael Seri (Hull City), Calvin Bassey and Mohammed Kudus (Ajax Amsterdam), Fashion Sakala (Rangers), Ibrahim Sangare (PSV Eindhoven), Tarik Tissoudali (KAA Gent), Cyriel Dessers and Paul Onuachu (Racing Genk). Watford boast a whole host of African stars including Ismaila Sarr, Maduka Okoye, Imran Louza, Hassane Kamara, William Troost-Ekong and Samuel Kalu who will all be featuring for the Vicarage Road club this season.


Be an anonymous angel

Be an Anonymous Angel, donate HERE

These leagues will provide a feast for African football viewers, with live broadcasts every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and additional broadcasts on weekdays. In addition to the kicks, goals, saves, thrills and excitement from the matches, fans are encouraged to follow ESPN Africa on social media, for behind-the-scenes updates and more, when these premium European football leagues get underway.


ESPN is known and loved for bringing the very best sporting action to audiences and football is central to that offering,” 

Advertise HERE

says Kyle De Klerk, Director: Sports, The Walt Disney Company Africa.

“By securing these rights for Africa, we are able to continue delivering on that promise and we look forward to an exciting football season ahead,”

he added. 

Like What You've Read ? Be an Anonymous Angel 
CLICK HERE for more Sport
CLICK HERE for more On Screen
CLICK HERE for the latest News & Trends
Keep up to date with all that is happening in South Africa
Subscribe to our Newsletter
Follow @ilovezacom on
 #iloveza❤️🇿🇦 #AfterFajrGrind

Trending Posts