La Liga TV income expected to reach more than €2 billion by the end of the season

31 October 2019

La Liga
Photo: Getty Images The Spanish soccer body has been centralising the sale of TV rights in an attempt to reduce the imbalance in revenue among its clubs.

The Spanish soccer body said an international push was the driver behind the value growth, according to SportsPro.

La Liga has been centralising the sale of TV rights in a bid to reduce the imbalance in revenue among its clubs which, according to the body, has prompted a more competitive environment in the leagues.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

La Liga has revealed they're expecting TV income for Spanish football's top two divisions to exceed €2 billion by the end of the current season, according to SportsPro.

In the forecast, made at a recent general assembly of the professional clubs in Spain, the body said the growth was due to an international push and a centralisation of the TV rights in the country.

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