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ITV Win Rights To Broadcast EFL Highlights From Next Season

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ITV Win Rights To Broadcast EFL Highlights From Next Season

ITV will be the new home of EFL highlights from the 2022/23 season after the broadcaster entered into a two-season partership with the English Football League.

It has been confirmed that ITV will show highlights of the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League One, Sky Bet League Two, Carabao Cup and the Papa John’s Trophy.

A comprehensive round-up of the day’s action will be screened in the primetime slot on Saturday at 9pm on ITV4, with a repeat of the show being broadcast on ITV's main channel later in the evening.

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You will all be delighted to learn that a catch-up programme of all the highlights will also be available to watch on Sunday mornings if you happen to miss the Saturday show.

So what can we expect? Each show will feature every goal from every EFL fixture plus detailed analysis from a panel of expert pundits.

In addition to updates in the respective leagues, ITV will also present extensive coverage of Sky Bet Play-Off semi-finals and finals as well as a highlights programme throughout the Carabao Cup.

Image credit: Alamy
Image credit: Alamy
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Trevor Birch, who is the EFL's Chief Executive, is delighted with the deal.

“With 1891 matches played across the season, it’s crucial for the EFL that the very best of our match action is widely accessible and we are delighted that ITV will show highlights of our games for the next two years.

“As an experienced major broadcaster with a comprehensive sports portfolio, ITV’s commitment to high quality coverage will showcase the breadth and depth of our competitions to football supporters all over the country.”

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Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: EFL Championship, EFL Cup, Football

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