NPFL Will Be On TV As LMC Strikes Deal With Restrike Media

Ajegena Richard

It will be Nigerian fans delight as the  Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) through the League Management Company (LMC) has entered into a strategic and investment partnership with Redstrike Media Nigeria (Redstrike) to create NPFL Media and Marketing Company.

The media outfit known as Redstrike has agreed to acquire the commercialisation rights from the LMC/NPFL and the Clubs for NPFL Marketing.

Under this Agreement, NPFL Marketing will be streaming live matches every week of the season through its own Platform “NPFL.tv”, as well as distributing and broadcasting through other media channels.

Nigerian Football fans will be able to engage and enjoy NPFL.tv’s innovative and ground-breaking Next Gen 360˚ Platform.

Redstrike will also be working with each NPFL participating clubs to build a dedicated club app to integrate with NPFL.tv and also enhance the revenue base of the clubs.

The NPFL is expected to re-start initially without crowds. However, Nigerian Football
fans will be able to follow all the action and so much more through NPFL.tv.

The chairman of the the LMC,  Mallam Shehu Dikko said,  “the effect of this ground-breaking development for Nigerian Football is that every Nigerian football fan will be able to follow their team and watch NPFL matches every week.

“We also expect that the new broadcast arrangements will energise interest in the Nigerian Football Leagues.

“I am so excited that the NPFL finally has a medium that will enable all fans of Nigerian football to engage directly with the NPFL and immerse themselves in Nigeria’s famous passion for Football.”

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