Hey, Soccer loving fans DAZN will stream the UEFA women’s Champions League for free!!
The sports streaming service announced this week, that it has acquired the exclusive rights to stream the UEFA Champions League.
The company plans to stream a majority of the matches over the next four seasons for free on its YouTube channel. DAZN also announced it has secured global streaming as well as broadcaster responsibilities to 2025.
Its free streaming treat is part of a partnership with YouTube for the first two seasons. This partnership will make 61 matches available in real-time on the DAZN YouTube channel.
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Throughout the 2023-2025 season, 19 of the 61 matches will be streamable on YouTube, while the total 61 will be available on DAZN.
This special treat for soccer-loving fans is a means to promote women’s soccer publicity and fanbase. The men’s UEFA Champions League is arguably the most popular sports competition on the planet.
The Men Champions League tournament has been attracted huge partnerships and advertisements from the world’s biggest brands. Even the price money of about $23.18 million is extremely mouth-watering. The runner-up has about $18.3 million up for grabs, while the women’s Champion League winner has up to $1.6 million to claim.
UEFA has made changes to elevate the women’s tournament to increase the prize money significantly and also teams of the 16 group stage will receive about $474, 000 each. DAZN mentioned that “it is thrilled to be the new global broadcaster for UEFA Women’s Champions League and cannot wait to work with YouTube and Google to bring fans closer to the same and shine a brighter light on its stars than ever before.”
Unfortunately, this exclusive global deal does not include large markets of China, the Middle East, and North Africa. Even in the United States, after a free trial period, the service costs $20 per month or $100 per year.
Billionaire Len Blavatnik owns the DAZN brand and plans to make the streaming service the “Netflix of sport”. This will mean competing with the big brands such as Hulu, prime video, ESPN, and FuboTV.
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