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Ata football announced on Monday a two-year partnership with Italy’s Serie A TimVision in an effort to expand league coverage and elevate visibility.

The deal is the latest in a series of moves ata has made to grow its women’s soccer coverage. The company also has partnerships with Frauen-Bundesliga, DAZN (in an effort to expand UEFA Women’s Champions League coverage) and NBC (to increase the FA Women’s Super League coverage in the U.S.). Fans in the U.S. also have access to game broadcasts from D1 Arkema and Primera Iberdrola through the platform.

“We are relentless in our drive to ensure the best women’s football from the globe is accessible on ata football,” said ata football Co-Founder and GM Esmeralda Negron. “The opportunity to bring Serie A TimVision to our platform is another huge step, offering our community and fans the chance to more easily access and enjoy top-flight international women’s football, its most iconic clubs and rising stars.”

For the first time, Serie A TimVision matches will be available to viewers in the U.S., Canada and Germany through the streaming service.

“We are delighted and excited that our competitions will be broadcasted in the U.S., Canada and Germany thanks to this new partnership with ata football,” said Women’s Football Division President Ludovica Mantovani. “In a year of transition to a professional elite league this global interest in our game is a strategic asset which demonstrates the growth of Italian Women’s Football and its appeal.”

Over 100 live Serie A matches will be broadcast during the next two seasons, making ata football one of the largest streaming providers of the Italian league.