The music played at the beginning and end of Champions League games on ITV is Piano Concerto no.1 by Tchaikovsky and very beautiful it is. pat, solihull uk Add your answer

ITV and Sky are being touted as potential future rights holders for the Champions League. Ahead of the auction of the 2021-2024 UK broadcasting rights, both ITV and Sky are reportedly preparing to mount a "serious" challenge to end BT Sport's dominance, according to The Times. Both broadcasters are seeking to end BT's six year control over live Champions League games. UEFA Champions League on TV - Page 161 — Digital Spy This new deal between BT & Sky means Sky customers can get all the Champions League & Europa League games BT broadcast by subscribing directly through Sky. I don't see Sky having the need to compete for the European competitions when they can now (or soon will be able to) market their TV product as having all these matches on their platform Champions League: BT extends TV rights until 2021 in deal Real Madrid won the 2016 Champions League in May, beating city rivals Atletico Madrid on penalties in the final BT Sport has extended its TV rights for the Champions League and Europa League until ITV In Talks To Buy Champions League Rights Back From BT Jan 12, 2020

Real Madrid win the Champions League, beating Liverpool 3-1 Liverpool lose in Rome but progress to Champions League final Real Madrid hold on to beat Bayern and reach third successive final

BT Sport retains Champions League rights in US$1.5bn deal. UK pay-TV broadcaster also retains Europa League as it sees off Sky, ITV and DAZN. ITV strikes Champions League and Europa League highlights UK commercial broadcaster ITV has extended a rights deal to show highlights of the Uefa Champions League and Europa League football club competitions. The agreement will run for three years, from 2015-16 to 2017-18. ITV will show highlights programmes covering all of the week's Champions League games on Wednesday nights.

BT Sport retains Champions League rights in £1.2bn deal

ITV could soon hold the rights to air the Champions League once again, meaning that fans would finally be able to watch games on terrestrial TV for the first time since 2015. Mar 17, 2008 · Sky wins rights to most Champions League games Owen Gibson. The live rights to the most attractive match on a Wednesday night remain up for grabs, with ITV and the BBC expected to fight it out. He has worked as a commentator for Sky Sports since 1990, covering the Premier League and UEFA Champions League, as well as other domestic and international competitions. Tyler had previously commentated for ITV in the 1970s and 80s. He has provided his voice to the football video game series FIFA since 2006.