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ITVX land digital rights for Serie A games until end of 2023/24 season

TNT Sports still remains main rights holder Serie A in UK

ITVX, a leading streaming platform, has announced its plans to stream one Serie A game per week until the end of the 2023/24 season. This move is set to provide sports fans and sports betting enthusiasts with more opportunities to engage with their favourite teams and players.

The streaming service will host a match at 7:45pm every Saturday evening. The first game in this series will be Empoli v Torino on April 6th, followed by seven other matches. Other confirmed games include Bologna v Monza on April 13th and Verona v Udinese on April 20th. More games are expected to be announced soon.

While ITVX is making strides in providing access to Serie A games, TNT Sports remains the main broadcaster of Serie A in the UK. It shows every single game from the league except those which fall within the blackout period from 2:45pm-5:15pm on Saturday afternoons through its linear channels and streaming platform discovery+.

ITV have now holds rights for Spanish, Italian and English competitions

In addition to hosting Serie A games, ITV also broadcasts LaLiga matches with one game-per-month from Spain's top football league being shown across both linear and streaming channels. The broadcaster also covers live FA Cup and England women’s games, further expanding its football coverage for fans across different leagues.

This summer promises even more excitement as ITV partners with BBC for broadcasting men’s Euros - another thrilling event for football enthusiasts around the globe.

ITVX's decision to stream live Serie A matches until end of season offers an exciting opportunity for sports fans and betting aficionados alike who are keen on following Italian football action closely. With additional coverage of LaLiga, FA Cup, England women’s games, and the upcoming men’s Euros, ITV is solidifying its position as a go-to platform for football fans.

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