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Antenna Satellite/Pacific has the rights to the Greek Cup games, and they are actually showing the two early round games this weekend. One live and one on tape. 

Also notice a disturbing thing on Antenna Satellite's web site. They are apparently showing some of the Superleague games on tape delay instead of live despite the fact that there are no game conflicts.

Check out this week's TV schedule: http://home.earthlink.net/~paokfc/GreekSoccerTVSchedules.htm 

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Superleague has released the game schedule until Round 15. 

Here is the projected television schedule on my TV Schedule page.


The above link will be valid for a day or two. After that my TV schedules page will no longer be available.  

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BTW, the ERT3 coverage of the Football League games is also available on their WebTV stream: http://webtv.ert.gr/ert3/

Additionaly there is a streaming service that shows selected Football League games for the price of 10 Euro per game: http://afastream.com/Football-League

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The Greek Cup final that will be played this Saturday in Volos will be televised as follows:

GREECE:  Cosmote Sport 1 HD
ERT1 and ERT HD will televise the game on tape delay right after the game ends (around 22:30 EEST)

CYPRUS:  Cytavision Sports 3

USA/CANADA: Antenna Satellite

AUSTRALIA:  Antenna Pacific

WORLDWIDE:  Laola1.tv (except Greece)

Also in Serbia (Arena Sport 1), Bosnia (Arena Sport BIH)

Kick-off time is 20:30 EEST

More info on my Greek Soccer on TV Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/Greeksoccerontv/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

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Superleague has announced that it is seeking bids for the international rights for their games.

Here are the details:


The rights are for the home games of the 15 out of the 16 Superleague teams. PAOK is not part of the bidding process. The rights are for all international rights excluding Greece, Cyprus and Albania.

Just shows you how disorganized Superleague is. The season starts in two weeks and only now they are seeking bids for the rights. The bids have to be received by August 14, 2017

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Despite the lack of signed contract, all Superleague games this weekend will be televised by novasport in Greece. It's anybody's guess if the games will be available outside of Greece.

However there is an emergency Superleague meeting on Friday where all the problems could be resolved.

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Superleague and NOVA agreed to a new 2-year deal for the TV rights in Greece. The collective agreement is worth 30 million Euro and includes the 15 out of the 16 teams. PAOK has opted out of the deal. Instead they signed an exclusive deal with NOVA for one season. It basically means that all the games will be available on NOVA.

This coming weekend NOVA will televise all the games in Greece, Cyprius and Albania.

The above deal does not include the international television rights. That is a separate deal, which has not been announced yet, but may be in place, since Sport Plus is scheduled to televise 4 games in the USA, Canada and Australia this weekend. See schedules here: https://www.facebook.com/Greeksoccerontv/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

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Superlegue television rights for USA, Canada and Australia.
Home games will be televised by following TV channels:
AEK Athens
AOK Kerkyra
Panathinaikos Athens
Panaitolikos Agrinio
Panionios Athens
PAS Giannina
Platanias Chania
AE Larisa
AO Xanthi
Apollon Smyrnis
Asteras Tripolis
Atromitos Athens
Olympiakos Piraeus
PAS Lamia 1964
PAOK Thessaloniki
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NOVA has just announced that it will not extend the collective agreement with Superleague for the 2018-2019 season. 

This basically means that unless the Superleague teams find another broadcaster (COSMOTE?) to pick up the collective deal, each team will be able to negotiate a television deal with any TV channel on their own just like PAOK did this season with NOVA. If this actually happens a lot of the small team will fall on hard times as they rely heavily on TV revenue. The biog 4 or 5 teams will have no problem finding a TV home.

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