19 NOV 2021

NBCUniversal will keep being the US home of the Premier League until 2028

NBCUniversal has agreed to a six-year extension of its partnership with the Premier League and will exclusively present all 380 matches, studio programming, and a wide-range of additional compelling content across its networks and platforms.

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NBCUniversal has agreed to a six-year extension of its partnership with the Premier League and will exclusively present all 380 matches, studio programming, and a wide-range of additional compelling content across NBC, USA Network, Peacock, Telemundo, Universo, and other platforms. With the new agreement, which begins with the 2022-23 season next summer, NBC Sports, Peacock, and Telemundo Deportes will present the Premier League through 2028 – a span of 15 seasons for NBCUniversal as the exclusive US media home of one of the world’s best soccer leagues.

“We are excited to come to this long-term extension with the Premier League. Our Premier League team, led by Jon Miller, has been incredibly dedicated to growing the Premier League in the United States over the last nine years. This new agreement is also a testament to the hard work of production, marketing and other areas of our company, as well as the tremendous partnership that has been established with the leadership and club owners of the Premier League,”  said Pete Bevacqua, Chairman of NBC Sports.

“We are delighted to announce our new US broadcast deal with NBC Sports, who have been brilliant partners for the Premier League over the last nine seasons. NBC Sports has significantly strengthened the popularity of the League in the United States in that time through its fantastic coverage and promotion,”  added Richard Masters, Chief Executive of the Premier League.

NBC Sports is averaging a Total Audience Delivery of 609.000 viewers across its English- and Spanish-language Premier League television match windows this season – the highest viewership average through this point in the season since 2015-16 and up 14% from last year. The network, which first acquired the rights of the tournament on 2013, is the home of 489 of the 500 most-watched live Premier League matches in US television history.