Wednesday April 8, 2020

Eir buys Setanta Sports Ireland

The telecoms company said the deal was a transformational one as it enters television content market

7th December, 2015

Telecoms company Eir has agreed to buy sports broadcaster Setanta Sports for an undisclosed sum in a move to expand its television offering.

Setanta offers a range of exclusive sports content in the Republic including live Premier League games, UEFA Champions League games and European Rugby Champions Cup games as well as all Formula One races. The deal also includes BT Sport's Irish rights with BT Sports available as part of the Setanta sports package.

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