The Premier League have announced deals to extend its existing partnerships with Sky Deutschland, Sky Osterreich and Sky Switzerland through to 2025.
Under the agreements, Sky will continue to broadcast the Premier League exclusively live in Germany, Austria and the German part of Switzerland and provide an extensive scope of coverage.
This includes the exclusive live distribution rights via satellite and cable as well as via IPTV, web and mobile.
“The Premier League is very pleased to extend its partnership with Sky Deutschland, Osterreich and Switzerland for a further three seasons until the end of 2024/25,” said Premier League Director of Broadcasting Paul Molnar.
“Sky has an outstanding track record of delivering the very best coverage of the Premier League to fans in Germany, Austria and Switzerland across its various channels and platforms.
“We are looking forward to working with Sky over the coming period as some of the most popular players and coaches from the region continue to play such a prominent role in the ongoing success of the League.”
Charly Classen, Executive Vice-President Sport of Sky Deutschland, said: “The Premier League is one of the leading sports competitions worldwide. In addition to numerous top international stars, the growing number of German internationals in the UK and the two German coaches Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel have made the league even more attractive for football fans in Germany.
“Our customers can look forward to world-class football from England and Sky Sports’ usual comprehensive coverage in the future.”
Neal O’Rourke, Managing Director Sky Osterreich, said: “After the great success with the acquisition of all 420 matches of the UEFA club competitions from the 2021/22 season, we at Sky are delighted to have secured the Premier League, the next international sports right with enormous appeal and popularity.
“We are proud that with this agreement Sky is further cementing its status as the undisputed home of football in Austria.”
Eric Grignon, Chief Executive Officer of Sky Switzerland, said: “In addition to numerous international top stars, the presence of domestic figureheads such as Xherdan Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka also contributes to the high attractiveness of the league for Swiss football fans.”