Sky Sport News on Deadline Day freely available via Youtube

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The Sky Sport News program has actually only been available to customers of the pay-TV provider for a good year now – but the station will be made freely accessible again on Thursday.


Sky has come up with something special for the end of transfers in Europe’s major football leagues: the program “Transfer Update” will also be streamed free of charge on September 1st bei Youtubeon and in the Sky Sports app. The program from Sky Sport News, which has been broadcast exclusively on pay-TV since last summer, is once again made freely available.

Sky Sport News has been a pay-TV exclusive again since the summer of 2021

Who comes, who goes, who stays? In “Transfer Update – the show”, Marc Behrenbeck and Florian Plettenberg bring all football fans up to date on current transfer rumours, fixed deals and the most important market value developments in professional football. On Deadline Day, tomorrow, September 1st, Sky Sport News will start the countdown from 9 a.m., in which the reporters will report live on site.

From 6.30 p.m., a conclusion will be drawn in the big discussion round “Diebalance” with Felix Magath, Sky expert Didi Hamann and Sky reporter Marc Behrenbeck. The duo will speak exclusively with Hasan Salihamidzic, FC Bayern Board Member for Sport, from 4.45 p.m. In addition, you are in constant contact with your Sky colleagues from England and Italy. The show goes until 12:15 a.m.

Deadline Day on September 1st is almost completely freely accessible

Sky had already offered the “Transfer Update”, which runs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in the free live stream for the past three weeks. On the “Transfer Update” Instagram channel (@skysporttransfer) fans also receive exciting background information, current market value updates and the best clips directly in the Insta-Feed. When the hustle and bustle around Deadline Day has subsided, the program will return to the Sky Sport News program in October. However, free availability on YouTube is no longer planned for the time being, as the company’s spokesman confirmed when asked by DIGITAL TELEVISION.

What: Sky

Note: This article was first published in a slightly modified version on August 9th.



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