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2013-07-01 23:03:10

Deal with Champions League’s Past Two Winners Greatly Extends Global Sports Network’s European Soccer Programming New York, NY (PRWEB) July 01, 2013 ONE World Sports today announced a major programming coup, securing season-long rights to present in high-definition soccer matches of German team FC Bayern Munich and English powerhouse Chelsea FC with extended analysis by the clubs’ in-house experts. ONE World Sports, which offers coverage of world-class sporting events from around...

2011-06-12 07:01:00

ABU DHABI, UAE, June 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - Ismaik's investment safeguards the survival of Munich's traditional club in German professional football - German Football League, DFL, grants license for the 2011/12 season - After stabilizing the club economically in the short run, Ismaik and the club's officials aim to promote 1860 to the premier division of the Bundesliga again within the next three years...

2009-05-06 07:00:00

All-Soccer Network Secures Coverage of Germany's Premier Soccer League Through 2012 MIAMI, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- GolTV, the only live bilingual channel delivering 24/7 international soccer, has renewed the TV rights for Germany's Bundesliga for the U.S. and Canada through 2012. Bundesliga is Germany's premier soccer league and consists of 18 teams, including the legendary clubs FC Bayern Munich, Hamburger SV, FC Schalke 04, and SV Werder Bremen. The all-soccer network has held TV rights...

2006-06-05 14:40:44

By Erik Kirschbaum HAMBURG, Germany (Reuters) - Former Bayer Leverkusen playmaker Landon Donovan wants to make amends for two unhappy Bundesliga forays by helping the U.S. mount a strong World Cup challenge. "I've never had a better chance to do well in Europe against good competition as I'll have in the next few weeks," he told reporters on Monday at the squad's base in Hamburg. An attacking midfielder with 81 caps and 25 goals, Donovan twice fled the Bundesliga to return to...

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