The Premier League table looks set to change again after the top five leagues across the globe saw their share of the total number of matches increase by more than a third last season.
The number of Premier League matches on Sky Sports dropped by 6.4% to 1,936 in the third quarter of the year, while the number of fixtures on BT Sport went up by 10.1% to 6,721, while BT Sport and Sky Sport combined had an increase of 3.4%.
The increase in Sky Sport and BT Sport was due to Sky’s decision to add the Premier league’s second and third tier matches to its streaming service.
This year, Sky’s new Sky Sports Plus streaming service will be available to Sky customers from next week, with Sky Sports now playing the top six Premier League games across the calendar year.
Sky Sports Plus will offer all Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League games to customers, and the Sky Sports Premier League Plus package will include Sky Sports 1, 2 and 3, with more games available to customers in the future.
Sky Sports Premier Premier League also includes all Premier league, FA cup and Champions league fixtures that are shown on BT.
Sky has also launched its Sky Sports 3 and Sky Sports 4 packages, and Sky has introduced a new Sky Sport Sports 4.1 package.
Sky’s Sky Sports has been the Premier Leagues’ most popular channel in recent years, and BT has been its most popular network.
The company has also had a strong year with the PremierLeague, with the league reaching an average audience of more than 16 million.
The PremierLeague averaged 18.4 million viewers last season, and it’s currently the most watched football league in the world.
Sky is currently available in more than 300 countries across the world, including the UK and Ireland.
The top five markets for the PremierLeagues in the UK last year were:United Kingdom (6.4%), United States (7.5%), France (6%), Germany (6%) and Canada (5.9%).
The top 5 markets for BT in the United Kingdom last year included:United States (6), France (4), Italy (4) and United Kingdom (4).