LaLiga has expanded its relations with Optus Sport, which has secured the exclusive Australian rights to stream the Spanish top-flight.

The multi-year deal gives the platform an additional 380 matches per season from LaLiga live and on-demand and will also include select matches from LaLiga SmartBank – Spain’s second football tier.

The partners will also offer promotion playoffs and ‘a range’ of other highlights, news and review programmes.

Melcior Soler, LaLiga’s Audiovisual Director, stated “At LaLiga we always look for best-in-class partners to deliver Spanish football to fans everywhere. Our agreement with Optus Sport ensures people in Australia will be able to enjoy LaLiga to the fullest. 

“This is going to be even more important now to fans down under with some of Australia´s top talent represented in LaLiga clubs”.

The LaLiga announcement follows news earlier that Optus Sport has also acquired the exclusive Australian rights to UEFA EURO 2024.

Optus Sport, Optus VP TV, Content and Product Development, Clive Dickens, added: “We are delighted to announce that Optus Sport has secured these exclusive LaLiga rights here in Australia.

“The addition of Spain’s top professional league to Optus Sport’s line-up of premium rights shows our continued commitment to acquiring the world’s best football that our customers love. We look forward to bringing an unprecedented level of LaLiga coverage to Australian fans and partnering with them to significantly expand interest in LaLiga.”

Optus Sport looks to strengthen its position as the home of some of football’s best players, adding the likes of Karim Benzema, Luka Modric, Thibaut Courtois, Pedri, Sergio Busquets, and Joao Felix, to name a few.

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