The men’s Champions League is to be broadcast on BBC TV for the first time from the 2024-25 season.
Highlights will be shown from 22:00 on the Wednesday of match weeks on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app, with clips for online and social media also available.
The three-year deal includes the final, with highlights rights to be confirmed.
It complements the existing BBC Radio 5 live commentary rights for European football’s premier club competition.
From the 2024-25 season, viewers will be able to watch highlights of the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup on the BBC.
The deal was secured as part of Uefa’s latest rights auction. The Wednesday highlights include action from all the Champions League games that week, bringing viewers all the goals and unmissable moments.
Additionally, BT Sports have confirmed an extension to their contract. But as expected not all live games will be shown on BT Sports, as it appears as if amazon will also be showing approximately 17 games per season, the top pick match on Tuesdays.
BT Sport will remain the home of top flight European football until 2027, it was confirmed today.
BT Sport will show 533 of the 550 games available with 113 more games – an extra 27% – for customers to watch each season in new format changes coming to the competition.
BT have secured the rights to the majority of the UEFA Champions League games, plus all the UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Europa Conference League exclusively live, for a further three seasons, including highlights and in-match clips.
BT Sport will continue to make the finals available for all to watch.
It has also been confirmed that Amazon Prime Video has secured the rights to exclusively broadcast the Tuesday night top-pick matches of the UEFA Champions League for three seasons from 2024/25.