Saudi League clubs share 70 million riyals in TV broadcasting revenues

Today, Thursday, Saudi press reports revealed that the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Football League clubs will receive 70 million riyals in financial returns as a result of granting television rights to broadcast their matches to the Saudi Sports Company.

And the Saudi newspaper, "Al-Iqtisadiah", stated in a report that "the clubs' administrations have been informed that the financial returns will be distributed among them, according to the percentages approved according to the statute of the Professional League League."

While those clubs received a promise that the amount will gradually increase in the next season, according to the revenues of the encryption of the professional league matches that were announced in advance.

Sixteen clubs will receive 40% equally, and 40% according to the team’s position in the Mohammed bin Salman Professional League standings, after the end of the current season, 10% in the event of obtaining the Asian license, and 10% in the event of implementing development programs for the club’s football age groups.

On July 7, the Saudi Professional League officially granted the Saudi Sports Company the satellite and digital rights to the Mohammed bin Salman Professional Cup League competition for the 2021-2022 season, for a period of one season, while the Saudi Football Association announced granting the company the satellite and digital rights to the two Khadim Cup competitions. The Two Holy Mosques and the Saudi Super Cup.

The Saudi Professional League, in cooperation with the Saudi Football Association, confirmed that it was decided to present the TV broadcast brochure during the coming period for all Saudi competitions for the game, starting from the 2022-2023 season, in front of satellite channels, as part of their efforts to develop aspects of TV broadcasting for Saudi competitions in the coming years.

SSC channels are a new sports package in Saudi Arabia, and it contains a partnership between Saudi sports channels and the MBC channel group, which has already started broadcasting the first rounds of the Saudi League competition, but only via the Arabsat satellite. It can also be viewed on the Shahid platform on mobile devices.

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