FSA: PL TV – More TV Games & More Disruption?

23 Oct 2023 | 2 comments

The Premier League announced the beginning of a tendering process for its new TV deals this week and with the number of televised games set to drasticially increase, it will have huge implications for matchgoing fans.

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  1. Tracey Tyler

    Yes agree,the tradition matches at 3 pm will soon become a thing of the past,last season was bad enough at Birmingham with the World Cup which caused chaos with the fixture list.A lot of people myself included do not like 7.45pm or 8pm kick offs mainly because our ground and infrastructure is not exactly the best in the world.Tgere is nothing worse than coming out if St Andrews at 10pm and starting your trek home,while l accept the game must move on l think the traditional supporter is being lost.

    • Bill

      Totally agree with Tracey
      The international footballing authorities don’t appear to care a jot for the domestic leagues. The chaos being caused by international breaks as they are are bad enough. Meaningless international group games are a particular bug bear of mine.

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