BAFA Confirms Onside Productions as Streaming Partner for next 12 Months

The British American Football Association have shared word that for the next twelve months they will be working with Onside Productions to broadcast all major Britball events.

This summer in particular, this will include a wealth of action throughout August and into September as Onside share not only the climactic finals of the Britbowl 33 Series, but also this summer’s highlight event – the IFAF Women’s European Championships, hosted in Leeds.

Per BritishAmericanFootball.org

Onside Productions confirmed as streaming partner

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

BAFA are pleased to announce Onside Productions as their official streaming partner for the next 12 months.

Onside Productions will stream this year’s National Leagues finals events – including all the games taking place at New River Stadium in London on 31 August and 1 September 2019.

In an exciting move to stream more games than ever before, one of this season’s Premiership adult contact playoff games will also be streamed – the first time a playoff game has been streamed by BAFA.

In addition, Onside Productions will stream all the games in the Women’s European Championships at the John Charles Centre for Sport in Leeds from 12-17 August, enabling fans from all the competing nations to follow the action.

Finally, Onside Production will also stream the European qualifier being played by the GB men’s contact team in October 2019.

Clive Dobbin, Interim Operations Manager said:

“I’m really excited at being able to appoint Onside Production as BAFA’s official streaming partner.  After a competitive tendering process, we were impressed not only by the track history of Onside Productions in successfully streaming BAFA finals but also by their extremely competitive quote.

We are also looking to stream more games than ever before, and the streaming of a playoff game is a step in this direction.  I look forward to working with Onside Productions over the coming 12 months to increase the profile of the game in the UK.”

 

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