Where You Will Be Watching The Toon Next Season ...
By Footy Mad - Editor
Updated Wednesday, 13th June 2012
The Premier League have sold their domestic live television broadcast rights to ...
... Sky and BT for a total of £3.018billion.
Sky have bought five of the seven available packages for the seasons 2013/14 to 2015/16, totalling 116 matches per year.
BT have acquired the rights for 32 matches that season but their package includes 18 of the 38 first-choice picks.
The Premier League have secured a remarkable £1.254billion increase on the current deal, which is shared between Sky and ESPN.
Sky's five packages ensure they will continue to broadcast their Super Sunday (1330 and 1600 kick-offs) and Monday Night Football (2000 kick-off) programmes, while under the new deal they will also broadcast the Saturday evening games which start at 1730.
The company will pay £760million per year for its rights.