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England Football's New TV Deal Through 2022 World Cup Worth $245M To FA

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 20 / 17

The FA will "soon be adding nearly" £200M ($245.8M) to its "already healthy bank balance" with the completion of the "long-awaited TV deal" for England's qualifying matches for major tournaments through the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, according to Charles Sale of the London DAILY MAIL. The contra...

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