Ajax TV

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Ajax TV
Ajax TV logo.png
Launched 22 February 2003 (2003-February-22)
Network UPC Netherlands
Owned by AFC Ajax N.V.[1]
Picture format 576i 16:9 SDTV
1080i HDTV
Country Netherlands
Language Dutch
Broadcast area Netherlands
Formerly called Canal Ajax
Website Official website
Availability
Cable
UPC Netherlands Channel 250 (Ajax TV)
Streaming media
UPC Horizon Ajax TV: Watch live (Netherlands only)

Ajax TV is a Dutch premium television Video on demand service owned by AFC Ajax N.V. and available on channel 250 of UPC Netherlands network systems.[2]

On 22 February 2003 it was announced by Dutch football club AFC Ajax C.O.O. Henri van der Aat, that the club would partner with Cable television network UPC Netherlands to offer the first digital on demand channel in the Netherlands entirely dedicated to one football club. On the channel the viewer has 24-hour access to behind the scenes footage, interviews, past matches and all current matches and interviews surrounding the club from Amsterdam.[3]

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