Saran Group acquired the Turkish broadcasting rights of the THY Europa League from the 2022-2023 season until the end of the 2024-2025 season.
In the statement made by Saran Group, it was stated that with the cooperation agreement made with THY Europa League Basketball, the broadcasters of THY Europa League and ULEB Europe Cup will be Saran Group brands S Sport, S Sport2 and S Sport Plus until the end of the 2024-2025 season. It was noted that the channels will start broadcasting the ULEB European Cup matches in the 2021-2022 season, and the THY Europa League matches will come to the screens as of the 2022-2023 season.
THY Europa League Chief Executive (CEO) Jordi Bertomeu said, “We are pleased to announce that Saran Group will become the new home of Europe’s best basketball in the next few seasons. Saran offers great matches and great opportunities to the ever-growing THY Europa League and ULEB European Cup communities in Turkey. It will continue to serve with high quality production. I am confident that our cooperation will go far beyond that, as Saran is fully compatible with the off-court philosophy and values of THY Europa League Basketball.” used the phrases.
Sadettin Saran, Chairman of Saran Group, also said the following about the agreement:
“As Saran Group, we are among the leading companies in Europe in the field of sports broadcasting and broadcasting rights. We have been in cooperation with international federations and leagues for more than 30 years. We bring together the most important sports organizations in Turkey with sports fans. Today, with THY Europa League Basketball. We are very happy to bring Europe’s top level basketball tournaments together with basketball fans in our country with our cooperation.We are also pleased to expand our premium sports content range in line with our goal to reach all sports fans wherever they are and to offer the highest quality sports content at all times. On this occasion, I wish success to our successful teams, Anadolu Efes and Fenerbahçe, who represent our country, in the THY Europa League.”