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Premier League On Cytavision Until 2025

Premier League On Cytavision Until 2025

Cyta has secured, through a tendering process, the exclusive TV rights to broadcast the football games of the Premier League for the 3-year period 2022-2025

Commenting on the news, Consumer Marketing Director of Cyta, Petros Charalambous said, “The extension of our cooperation with the Premier League for three more years makes Cytavision the ultimate destination for sports fans in Cyprus. Our partnership with   the Premier League since 2014 has offered Cypriot football fans the opportunity to enjoy high quality games. We are confident that our customers will appreciate the renewal”.

Paul Molnar, Chief Media Officer at the Premier League said: “The Premier League is delighted to continue our excellent partnership with Cyta in Cyprus. Cytavision Sports provides market-leading sports coverage and Premier League fans can look forward to more live matches than ever before through to Season 2024/25.”

Premier League games will be offered as part of the add-on “International Football and other Sports” package for a monthly fee of €12,90 (incl. VAT). The package includes a large variety of football from international leagues and other popular sports such as basketball, volleyball, tennis and motorsport. In addition, subscribers to this package have the freedom to watch all games and sports events via the CytavisionGo App.  

For more information about all Cytavision packages, visit and for details on all sports content, visit The  schedule for all sports events can be found at  



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