POLAND’S PREMIERE SPORTS BROADCASTER, POLSAT SPORT JOINING THE LFL HUDDLE
(LAS VEGAS, NV. – Wednesday, April 27, 2017) Poland’s largest and most influential national sports broadcaster, Polsat Sport has acquired Legends Football League (LFL) rights for ‘LFL Football Night’ as well as LFL Films The Story series and other original programming.
LFL officials are aggressively building European partnerships, to include an impressive roster of broadcasters and a 2018 European All-Star Games tour that will include two dates in Poland (late January and early February 2018).
Polsat Sport is the destination for sports fans in Poland, home to the most coveted soccer leagues in Europe, UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.
“The LFL continues its unprecedented international growth for women’s sport. We at Polsat believe that with existing sporting culture of Poland combined with the athleticism and tenacity of this sport, the LFL will draw big television audiences”, said Marian Kmita, Polsat Sport CEO.
Polsat Sport will broadcast all nineteen (19) scheduled games of the 2017 season, to include sixteen (16) regular season games, two (2) conference championships and Legends Cup 2017, all leading up to the LFL All-Star Games Tour in Poland, early 2018.
“Europe has become a top priority for our sport in 2017. We are noticing great momentum building with prominent broadcasters such as Polsat Sport. We believe with a platform like Polsat Sport behind our sport, we will envitably will build a strong fan base in Poland”, said Mitchell Mortaza, Managing Partner, Legends Football League.
Polsat Sport now joins a network of worldwide LFL television partners, broadcasting the LFL into nearly 190+ television territories, making the LFL, one of the most watched American sports on television.