Fans may have to pay to watch Champions League

Fans may have to pay to watch Champions League
David Alaba and Franck Ribéry of Bayern Munich: two stars of last season's Uefa Champions LeagueGetty

Irish football fans could be forced to pay to watch Uefa Champions League games from the 2015/16 season onwards. The continuing battle between BT and Sky for the British broadband market could see

Irish football fans could be forced to pay to watch Uefa Champions League games from the 2015/16 season onwards.

The continuing battle between BT and Sky for the British broadband market could see fans caught in the crossfire of a bidding war.

The new Champions League deal kicks in a year before the next three-year cycle of the English Premier League (EPL), which starts in the 2016/17 season. A change in broadcast rights could affect pub...

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