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BT sees Champions League as step to European football dominance

BT Group, the phone company that wrestled TV rights to the two biggest contests in European football from British Sky Broadcasting Group, said that those contracts could position it to bid for more content.

21st November, 2013
David Alaba and Franck Ribéry of Bayern Munich: two stars of last season's Uefa Champions LeagueGetty

BT Group, the phone company that wrestled TV rights to the two biggest contests in European football from British Sky Broadcasting Group, said that those contracts could position it to bid for more content.

The carrier has the opportunity to increase its rights for England’s Premier League soccer in the future after winning an exclusive deal to air UEFA’s Champions League and Europa League games for three years starting in the 2015-16 season, chief executive...

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