|Launched||August 29, 2009|
|Picture format||576p25 (SDTV 16:9)
|Audience share||2.35% (August 2010, MundoPlus.tv)|
|Sister channel(s)||Canal+, Canal+ Dos, Canal+ Fútbol, Canal+ Deportes, Multideporte, Canal+ Golf, Sportmanía, Canal+ Acción, Canal+ Comedia, Canal+ DCine|
Channel 110 (Canal+ Liga HD)
Canal+ Liga is a Spanish private television channel, included in the payment platform Digital+, owned by Sogecable. The channel is dedicated exclusively to football, particularly to La Liga and Liga Adelante. This channel also has a high definition signal called Canal+ Liga HD.
On July 2009 it surfaced the Mediapro's business strategies, who would launch a TDT Premium channel at a cost of 18 euros per month called Gol Televisión, and it would broadcast La Liga, Liga Adelante, international football competitions and UEFA Champions League. Given this, Digital+ bought the rights to other international football competitions and created Canal+ Liga. The contract price is 15 euros per month, which forced the competition to lower their rates.
The first program broadcast by Canal+ Liga was El día del fútbol (English: The football matchday). The first match broadcast was the matchday 1 in Liga Adelante, the match between Real Unión and Recreativo Huelva.
On 2010, Digital+ reorganized the programming of their channels, leaving Spanish football and UEFA Europa League in exclusive as unique content of Canal+ Liga, leaving the international football to its sister channels such as Canal+ Fútbol, Sportmanía and Multideporte (former Canal+ Eventos), created in September 2010 with the intention of broadcast all that was left by the other Digital+ channels.
Those are the Canal+ Liga contents:
|La Liga (shared with Gol Televisión)||8/10|
|Copa del Rey (shared with Gol Televisión)||14/16 (R32), 6/8 (R16), 2/4 (QF)|