The English Football Association will consider rejecting the Saturday 3pm blackout as a feature of their new television deal from 2024.
The present £595m five-year contranct manage Sky Sports caused uproar when it was signed in 2018, with some Championship outfits claiming the value was not maximised.
Nonetheless, there is a conviction at the EFL that a greater deal could be made in the midst of offers from, Amazon, Netflix and Apple.
Currently Sky show no less than 138 matches a season as well as each play-off encounter and the Carabao Cup final.
They additionally show 14 ties from the previous rounds of the Carabao Cup and the semi-finals and final of the Papa John’s Trophy.
“Rights for each of the 1,891 matches across the association, EFL Cup, EFL Trophy and all end season play-off matches are accessible for planned bidders,” said the EFL
The rights to those games couldn’t be sold without screening matches somewhere in the range of 14:45 and 17:15 on a Saturday, which is as of now restricted.
Will this be a huge blow for those who support teams lower down the pyramid, I guess we will only found out if the blackout is lifted.