Who shows it and how much does it cost?: New Bundesliga season, new TV confusion

Transmission, costs, subscriptions: fans can easily get dizzy in the TV confusion of Bundesliga games.

Who shows it and how much does it cost?: New Bundesliga season, new TV confusion

Transmission, costs, subscriptions: fans can easily get dizzy in the TV confusion of Bundesliga games. Because one provider for all parties, that was once. Some things stay, some things change. Subscribers will incur increased costs. An overview.

Which providers have acquired live rights for the new season?

Sky, DAZN and Sat.1 can offer their viewers live pictures of Bundesliga games. Sat.1 shows free-to-air and parallel to DAZN the opening game on Friday between Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayern Munich (8.30 p.m./also in the live ticker on ntv.de) as well as one game each on the 15th and 16th matchday before and after the World Cup break . In addition, there is the relegation to the 1st and 2nd Bundesliga.

How do the pay TV providers split up the games?

DAZN is on Friday and shows all games at 8:30 p.m. The streaming service is now the only provider on Sunday as well and shows the games at 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. as well as ten games at 7:30 p.m. On Saturdays, Sky broadcasts all games individually and in the conference and also shows the top game at 6.30 p.m. So-called English weeks, i.e. games on Tuesday and Wednesday, also run exclusively on Sky.

What do the subscriptions cost?

If you want to be able to watch all the games, you can do so as a new customer with a combined subscription to Sky and DAZN for EUR 38.99 per month. With both individual providers, it becomes more expensive. DAZN has significantly increased its prices this summer and is charging 29.99 euros for a monthly subscription instead of the previous 14.99 euros. In the annual tariff, customers have to pay 24.99 euros per month. Sky currently offers the Bundesliga for new customers for 20 euros per month in the first year, after which it becomes more expensive.

Why has the price increased at DAZN?

The streaming service, which also has most of the Champions League games in its portfolio, justifies its decision with "increased investments in sport" and in the "quality of our productions". According to its own information, DAZN broadcasts more than 100 live events per week and over 8000 live sports broadcasts per year in Germany.

Where can you see the highlights of the games?

On Saturday on TV as usual in the ARD sports show from 6.30 p.m. and in the ZDF current sports studio from 11 p.m. ARD continues to broadcast summaries on Sunday evening, and Sport1 can also look back on the games from Friday and Saturday on Sunday. In the streaming segment, Axel Springer is allowed to show highlights immediately after the final whistle of the duels. Free digital clips will be available on Monday on the ARD, ZDF and Sport1 platforms.

What about the 2nd Bundesliga?

Sky exclusively shows the games on Friday at 6.30 p.m., on Saturday at 1 p.m. and on Sunday at 1.30 p.m. The Saturday evening game (8.30 p.m.) will be broadcast by both the pay TV channel and Sport1.

What does ntv.de do?

Of course, we continue to report as comprehensively as possible on the Bundesliga with on-site reports, current game reports and live tickers. We also show highlights of the 2nd and 3rd divisions.

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