Eleven Belgium has signed an agreement to bring fans live and exclusive coverage from Ligue 1 Uber Eats for the next three seasons.
The platform looks to ‘make the best’ of the action from the French league available on its OTT platform and app in Belgium and Luxembourg, starting from this weekend.
Guillaume Collard, Eleven Belgium and Luxembourg MD and Group Chief Rights Acquisitions and Distribution Officer, commented: “We want to deliver the very best live sport to our audiences and Ligue 1 Uber Eats is a fantastic addition to our portfolio.
“We know our subscribers are going to enjoy keeping up with Messi and co at PSG alongside all the top Belgian talent playing in the French league.”
Furthermore, the enterprise will stream an average of seven fixtures each matchday, with the two most popular games each weekend offered in both French and Dutch commentary.
Mathieu Ficot, Deputy Managing Director of the LFP, added: “We are delighted that Ligue 1 Uber Eats is making its return to Belgian screens with a broadcaster as well-known as ELEVEN.
“This new agreement demonstrates the growing international appeal of Ligue 1 Uber Eats, now available in 213 territories around the world.”
The deal looks to bolster the broadcaster’s live and exclusive coverage of LaLiga, Serie A, Bundesliga and the FA Cup with Eleven, alongside top international football.
Eleven Belgium has been the Home of Belgian football since 2020/21 with domestic rights to the Pro League, Women’s Super League, esports league and more. The group also holds Ligue 1 Uber Eats rights in Portugal and Poland.
Last month, Eleven also expanded its Italian football portfolio after
sealing an agreement to be distributed on Amazon Prime Video – showcasing its Serie C coverage through the platform.
This collaboration provided ten Serie C games every matchday on Amazon in addition to the Serie C playoffs and a pick of the matches from the Italian Cup. Elevens’s highlights and match analysis will also be available.