BeIN Sports, the international pay-TV sports broadcaster, has acquired rights in France to the European League of Football (ELF), the continental American football competition, for the 2024 season.

The Qatar-owned network will show all games featuring France-based outfit the Paris Musketeers, who will be competing in their second ELF season.

If the Musketeers qualify for the play-offs, BeIN Sports will also broadcast those matches.

The fourth ELF season will begin on May 25 and run until September 22.

The Musketeers will begin their campaign on June 2 against Hamburg Sea Devils.

The deal bolsters BeIN’s American football portfolio in France as it also shows the NFL and NCAA college games.

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In addition to broadcast deals struck in specific regions and territories, ELF action is also available worldwide via the league’s Game Pass service.