Bundesliga coverage on TuneIn Radio will be offered in both English and German. German programming will include coverage around all eighteen weekly Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 matches, and be produced by Sport1.fm. English audio programming will feature at least two Bundesliga matches per match week of which at least one match a week will be produced by TalkSport in the UK, bringing English audio content to Bundesliga fans for the first time.
'One of the most popular leagues'
“TuneIn allows us to further extend the reach of Bundesliga, providing live games and content to now even more Bundesliga fans from all over the world,” said Kay Dammholz, VP Sales Audiovisual Rights of DFL Sports Enterprises. “With Bundesliga games on TuneIn, fans will be able to catch the action even when they are on-the-go and without access to a live video signal.”
“We are committed to becoming the number one destination for international sports programming. As Bundesliga is one of the world’s most popular and successful soccer leagues, we know it will be a great addition to our directory, and an exciting addition for soccer fans everywhere,” said Kevin Straley, Vice President, Programming at TuneIn.
Bundesliga is the best-attended soccer league in Europe. With TuneIn Radio, fans who cannot attend, can now hear these live games from anywhere in the world, on over 200 platforms ranging from mobile phones and tablets, to smart TVs and vehicles. To listen, simply search “Bundesliga” on the free TuneIn Radio app or online at TuneIn.com.
TuneIn Radio lets people listen to the world’s sports, news, talk, and music from wherever they are, with over 100,000 radio stations and more than two million on-demand programs streaming from every continent, available across 200 connected devices. With over 40 million monthly active listeners, TuneIn Radio is one of the world’s most popular audio streaming services. The company raised venture funding from IVP, Sequoia Capital, Google Ventures, General Catalyst Partners, and Jafco Ventures, and is headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif.