The J.LEAGUE has announced the 2023 MEIJI YASUDA J.LEAGUE overseas broadcasting details and will begin broadcasting the J1 League on YouTube, which has more than 2 billion users worldwide as a platform, in an effort to make J.League matches available to a wider audience in countries and regions not previously served.
The J.LEAGUE International YouTube channel will livestream four matches of the 2023 MEIJI YASUDA J1 LEAGUE per matchweek with English graphics and commentary for the entire world*.
*Excluding Japan and other regions where broadcasting rights are sold.
In addition to the above, the J1 League will continue to be broadcast on SIAMSPORT in Thailand, Optus Sports in Australia, K-BALL in China, and other platforms as well as last year.
Further announcements will be made upon determination of additional overseas broadcasters in future.