EBC to televise Premier League & Walia matches



Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF) and state owned Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation (EBC) have signed a memorandum of understanding that will enable the corporation to showcase selected Premier League games and Ethiopian men and women national team home and away international games yesterday at EBC meeting hall.

The Ethiopian Premier League, restructured in 1998, never had television coverage. During the 2010/11 season few matches were broadcasted including the last game between the then champions Ethiopia Bunna and Mugher Cement. The Ethiopian Super Cup in 2012 between archrivals Kidus Giorgis and Ethiopia Bunna also had live television coverage.

According to EFF the agreement will be discussed with clubs in the near future. The selected games will be broadcasted on EBC 3.

Source: SoccerEthiopia.net


4 thoughts on “EBC to televise Premier League & Walia matches

  1. What is your point “Anonymous” I am just asking if we know status of the football and other complex for which we saw a nice design a while back.

  2. 60,000 seat stadium is not big. The minimum requirement for a stadium to be called a big stadium is 75,000 seat . The planned Addis Ababa stadium can not accommodate even today’s football fans in Addis Ababa . 60,000 seat stadium is too small for a country of 100, 000, 000 people

  3. Ato Mamo

    Do we know the status of the new Addis Ababa sports complex (including big stadium) ? It just disappeared from news.


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