The new deals follow an announcement yesterday (July 24) about a three-year extension to ESPN's Bundesliga rights, and come as the broadcaster plans for the future after losing out on a new Premier League deal to BT.
ESPN is clearly positioning itself as the home of European club football, with France's Ligue 1 coming to the broadcaster for the first time.
In the coming season, Montpellier will attempt to defend their title from the wealthy Paris Saint-Germain, who have recently added superstars Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovich to their ranks.
Serie A has been aired on ESPN since the broadcaster launched its UK channel in 2009, and it will remain so under a renewed deal.
Agreements to Dutch and Russian top-flight club football have also been renewed.
"The addition of France's Ligue 1 and the renewal of Serie A, Dutch Eredivisie and Russian Premier League means ESPN is the home to the very best domestic league football from across Europe," said Jeroen Oerlemans, the vice president of TV Channels, ESPN EMEA.
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"Our portfolio of live football on ESPN is combined with our growing range of sport, which includes rugby, cricket, darts, motorsport, UFC, boxing and more."
ESPN has been hoovering up new football rights deals after it lost out in the multi-billion pound television auction for Premier League games to new rival BT.
The 2012/13 season will be ESPN's last as broadcaster of 23 Premier League games per season, before BT takes over with its new sports channel.