GOALTV

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GoalTV
Launched 1 January 1993
Closed 1 June 2013(Singapore)
2 June 2013(Hong Kong and Asia)
Owned by Yes Television Limited (Astro Overseas Limited/Astro Holdings Sdn Bhd)
Slogan Asia's 24-hr Football Network
Country Hong Kong, Asia
Language English, French
Broadcast area Regional
Headquarters Hong Kong
Sister channel(s) All Sports Network

GOALTV was a football network offering Asia audiences coverage of European football. This included live games from three major European leagues as well as behind-the-scenes access to three Premier League clubs in England, Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool, in addition to FC Barcelona & Real Madrid FC of Spain.

Goal TV has closed down on 1 June 2013 in Singapore via SingTel mio TV Service and other Pay TV Providers in South East Asia with effect from 2 June 2013 and 3 June 2013 for Website.

Programs on Goal TV 1[edit]

Programs on Goal TV 2[edit]

On air[edit]

Country Affiliate Comments
Malaysia and Brunei Astro Selected programmes on Astro SuperSport it was officially full television channels to grand launching in 2008.
Singapore Mio TV Channel 140 & 141 (old number not in use and is used for mio Sports Channels)and also(use for singtel sport multiview)
Hong Kong now TV Channels 638 & 639
Macau Macau Cable TV Channels 36 & 37
Thailand CTH Channels 1 & 2
TrueVisions Channels (no test run)
India and the Indian subcontinent TEN Sports Selected programmes
Zee Sports Selected programmes
People's Republic of China Guangzhou Television Selected programmes on Guangzhou Competition Channel
Vietnam
VTC Digital
Philippines
SkyCable Channel 110 & 111
Cablelink N/A
Destiny Cable N/A
Cignal Digital TV N/A
Indonesia TelkomVision channels 101 & 111
First Media channels 151 & 152
Skynindo channels 52 & 53

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