Star Sports renews exclusive broadcast rights for Premier League till 2022

Star India will air more than 250 Premier League games LIVE across the Star Sports network, and stream all 380 games LIVE on its digital platform Hotstar

image-Star-Sports-extends-English-Premier-League-Rights-till-2012-22-MediiaBrief Good news for football fans, particularly those who love the top-flight English Premier League: Star Sports has announced it’s continuing its partnership with Premier League for the next three years running up to the 2021-22 season. It will broadcast more than 250 Premier League games LIVE across the network and stream all 380 games LIVE on Hotstar.

Premier League Director of Broadcasting, Paul Molnar, said, “We look forward to continuing to work with Star to make the best Premier League action available to the many passionate football fans in India who closely follow our clubs and the competition.”

Gautam Thakar, CEO, Star Sports, said, “We are excited to continue our partnership with the Premier League and are proud to showcase the best of football on Star Sports. As the Home of sports, we are delighted to bring the Premier League to passionate fans in India and look forward to many fantastic seasons of football in the years ahead.”

As part of building the footballing ecosystem in India, Star Sports, through Select FC – An exclusive fan club for football fanatics, will continue to host special match screenings and Legend meets for fans across the country. In addition to bringing all the Live action, Star Sports will continue with its rich list of non-live programming by bringing daily shows such as Fantasy Premier League, The Football Show, FanZone, PL Kick-Off etc.

The world’s toughest watched league will continue to showcase the talent of Kevin De Bruyne (Man City), Mo Salah (Liverpool), Paul Pogba (Man United), Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal), Harry Kane (Tottenham) on the field with Pep Guardiola (Man City), Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool), Unai Emery (Arsenal) and Ole Gunnar Solskjær (Man United) orchestrating the team movements from off the field. The quality of play continues to get better in the league with promoted teams putting up a challenge.

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