Hamburg (dpa) - All games of the newly founded European League of Football (ELF) are streamed live on the Internet.
As the ELF announced, highlights, repetitions, features and other exclusive content will be made available on demand on the league homepage.
“The aim is to offer football fans 360-degree coverage with our partners and on their own channels,” says ELF Managing Director Zeljko Karajica.
The new league plans to start playing on June 19 with six teams from Germany and one team each from Poland and Spain.
One game per matchday will be shown live on Pro Sieben Maxx as well as one match in the stream on www.ran.de.
The first TV game will be played on June 20 (3 p.m.) by the Hamburg Sea Devils and the Frankfurt Galaxy.
The streaming offer for the league homepage is created in cooperation with the StreamAMG agency from London, which also works with football clubs such as Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool FC and AS Roma.
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