There Is A New Way To Watch NFL In Ireland

There Is A New Way To Watch NFL In Ireland
By Conor O'Leary Updated

After Vernon Kay broke the news in July that Channel 4 was dropping it's coverage of NFL for free-to-air coverage in the UK, non-Sky customers have been wondering how to get their late-night NFL fix from.

Wonder no more, as the BBC have stepped forward, agreeing a two-year deal to broadcast the league.

The deal includes coverage of Super Bowl 50, a weekly highlights show and the best on-demand clips throughout the season.

The only regular season games that the BBC will show live are the three Wembley games; on October 4th with the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins; October 25th with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Buffalo Bills; and on November 1st with Detroit Lions and Kansas City Chiefs.

The BBC have lost their coverage of the Open golf championship, and are losing their complete control of the Six Nations rights to a minority share of the games with ITV, so the venture in the NFL marks an interesting move for the broadcasting giant.

[BBC]

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