ACB competitions will continue to be seen in Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine and the CIS


The Association of Basketball Clubs (ACB) announced this Tuesday that it has reached an agreement so that its competitions can continue to be seen from Poland, the Czech Republic, Ukraine and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

In the case of Poland, the ACB once again grants the broadcasting rights of the Endesa Super Cup, Endesa League and Copa del Rey to the ‘Sportklub’ platform, which will reach 15 consecutive seasons broadcasting the competition after the agreement reached from this to the 2025-2026.

The agreement includes the rights to broadcast live matches, in addition to the weekly program ‘El Quinto Cuarto’ (‘The Fifth Quarter’), which includes the most outstanding images of all the matches, the best actions and plays of each day, reports and special pieces on the ACB.

For its part, the ACB competitions can be enjoyed from the Czech Republic through ‘CT Sport’, following the renewal agreement with ‘Czech Television’ for this season, which guarantees special attention to the three representatives from that country that currently exist. in Liga Endesa, Barcelona players Jan Vesely and Tomas Satoransky, and UCAM Murcia player David Jelínek.

Likewise, the ACB has renewed the transfer of its broadcasting rights in Ukraine with the ‘Sport Media Group’ platform, which in addition to the live matches, will also broadcast ‘El Quinto Cuarto’, with special attention to the international Artem Pustovyi, brand new signing of the Monbus Obradoiro.

In addition, the association has also reached an agreement to broadcast its competitions in the Community of Independent States that make up Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan during the 2023-2024 academic year.