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FanCode bags Women's Super League media rights in India until 2023/24 season

Aayush Yadav By Aayush Yadav, Staff Writer
Published: 09:34, 16 Mar 2023 Updated: 09:54, 16 Mar 2023

WSL was previously aired in India through FA Player Streaming Service.

Recent years have seen the popularity of the Women's Super League soar. The league recently signed a deal with the Indian-based streaming company FanCode to stream matches of the league in India until the 2023/24 season. 

The announcement of the deal came out of nowhere as Women's Super is currently in the early stages of establishing itself in the Indian market.

With record-breaking deals with Sky and BBC in the UK, DAZN in Spain and Japan and Sky Deutschland in Germany, the Women's Super League already has an impressive media rights portfolio. On top of that this new deal with FanCode for Indian audiences is a cherry on top for the Women's Super League.

In a reported deal between FanCode and the Women's Super League, the deal is set to run until 2023/24. The deal is started midway through the current season, and 20 matches will be available for free on FanCode. As of next season, FanCode will be streaming the 57 games of the Women's Super League. This record deal was brokered by Pitch International.

FanCode is emerging as the most popular football streaming destination in India.

As of late, FanCode has been gaining a foothold in the Indian football broadcasting industry by signing impressive deal after deal. Streaming the Carabao Cup final recently was a big hit among Indian football fans. 

Furthermore, they will also be streaming the remaining matches of the Copa del Rey 2023. Their new deal with the Women's Super League surely reflects the fact that they are gaining more and more audiences in India.

The FanCode portfolio includes a number of high-profile tournaments such as the J League, EFL Championship, League One, Papa John's Trophy, and Goa Professional League, as well as a number of selected friendlies.

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