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SOCCER UNITED MARKETING and ESPN have sold the international broadcast rights for all MLS games to MP & SILVA.
ESPN will now turn over the international rights to MP & SILVA in a deal that will deliver an eight figure payout it will share with SUM over the next four years.
“The economic benefits are substantial, but strategically they’re really going to expand our distribution,” said SUM’s Doug Quinn. “This is something they can be working on 24-7. The international broadcast landscape is a small group of people, and I think MP & SILVA is going to go after it very agressively.”
MP & SILVA holds the worldwide rights to the ITALIAN SERIE A and ATP QATAR OPEN. The agency has offices in Singapore, Milan, Dubai, and Miami.
The reason this company has acquired rights to MLS is because of the influx of foreign players that they feel makes the league more saleable.
“We saw a potential in Major League Soccer and see a really good potential internationally because of the involvment of new players from outside, good players,” Pozzali said.
“We will work together with MLS and SUM to bring top players to clubs to increase the quality of the league.”

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*Robert Warzycha as expected is the new head coach of the Columbus Crew. Makes alot of sense from the stand-point of continuity. Warzycha reminds us that the quickest route to getting a shot at being a head coach is by doing your time as an assistant.

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MIAMI is getting serious about being in MLS and are basically saying either 2010 or not at all. The MIAMI bid is being headed up by Bolivian businessman MARCELO CLAURE who is partnered with BARCELONA .
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  1. Brandon Cooper says:

    What does this “selling of international media rights” mean? Will ESPN not be showing MLS matches on Thursdays, MLS All-star, or MLS Cup matches anymore?

  2. MLS Rumors says:

    No the US TV deals are a separate thing from this. Basically selling the international media rights means that MP & Silva will be a sort of “one point of contact” for TV systems, mobile phone providers, and other media outlets outside the US and probably mostly outside of the US and Canada. This deal is aimed at boosting their media profile in Asia but also in Europe and South America. MLS has had a patchwork of individual deals with media overseas, this deal basically brings everything under one roof now like the EPL and Serie-A have (they use this same company).

  3. glenndavis says:

    What it means is that MP &Silvia will work to distribute the MLS product internationally so more eyes can see it. Not to mention an eight figure deal.

  4. Jacentito says:

    Glenn –
    I was in Tokyo last week on holiday and was hoping to score tickets to the tourney there. Didn’t get to make the matches due to ran and lack of planning. Anyway, was in the Ginza district of Tokyo and wandered into the Adidas store. In the football section, I ran into 4-5 members of Pachuca doing some shopping. They had just won their first match 4-2. I met Jaime Correa and introduced myself as a fan of theirs secondary to my fanactic for the Dynamo. He was very complementary of the Dynamo and said they are a very good team and they take it seriously when they play each other. I wished him and Pachuca luck and said thanks for his time. Tokyo is an amazing city and perhaps I’ll make it to Dubai for the next tourney.

  5. coop says:

    Does this new deal affect Fox Soccer Channel’s broadcasts at all? Does this also mean that ESPN will no longer show MLS games? Where will we be able to see nationally televised games in the States?

  6. Sam says:

    They sold the international rights. The US broadcast should remain the same or altered only slightly. This is good for MLS because now the games will be shown abroad. You will have more than just ESPN showing games in place all over the world.

  7. Daniel says:

    hey guys … it’s “international broadcast”, so i don’t think it’s going to affect the broadcast within US.

    For example, ESPN holds the right for some College Bowl games (nationally/internationally), which means that I can even watch the BCS Champs game even in places such as Hong Kong where there’s an ESPN Channel.

    Now for MLS, ESPN has sold the rights to a different company, which means that MLS games will be shown on a different channel than ESPN, which might be a good thing because internationally ESPN might already have too many sports (and leagues) to cover (that leaves little room for MLS broadcast).


  8. Glenn Davis says:

    What an experience and great compliments from Jaime Correa of Pachuca. What an amazing vehicle it would be for the Dynamo if they one day get to this tournament.
    Coop, do not worry you will not lose MLS on FOX or ESPN in the states. This is for international rights not domestic.
    HDNET is up for renewal with MLS which means Mark Cuban and Don Garber need to get together.

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