The Women’s Super League will be shown not only in Great Britain, but also in Mexico, Central America, the Dominican Republic, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark.
The Women’s Super League has grown a lot in the last years in Great Britain.
And the sport will continue growing as it has secured its first overseas broadcast rights deal.
The competition will be shown in Mexico, Central America, the Dominican Republic, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark.
“We’re delighted that the strength of the league is being recognized globally,” said Tom Gracey, the FA’s senior broadcast manager according to the BBC.
“These two deals are a sign of the global strength and growing commercial prospects of the league.”
“It is particularly pleasing that revenue will be targeted at the development of The FA Player,” he added.
“Through this reinvestment, our aim is to help improve the experience for viewers around the world and strengthen the brands of our competitions, clubs, and players.”
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