List of UEFA Europa League broadcasters

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This article list all the confirmed broadcasters for the UEFA Europa League with each broadcaster holding three season broadcasting rights. The current cycle will be from 2012–2015.

Current broadcasters[edit]

2012–2015 seasons[edit]

Territory Broadcaster Ref
Free Pay
 Albania Vizion Plus Tring Digital [1]
 Australia SBS Setanta Sports [2]
 Austria ORF Sky Österreich [3]
 Azerbaijan AzTV [4]
 Belarus LAD [5]
 Belgium Telenet [6]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT Telekom Srbija [7]
 Brazil [8]
 Brunei Astro SuperSport [9]
 Bulgaria BNT [10]
 Cambodia TrueVisions [11]
 Canada Sportsnet [12]
 Caribbean Fox Sports [13]
 Central America [14]
 China QQ Great Sports Media [15][16]
 Croatia HRT T-Hrvatski Telekom [17][18]
 Cyprus CyBC CytaVision [19]
 Czech Republic ČT Nova Sport [20][21]
 Denmark TV4 Group C More [22][23]
 El Salvador Telecorporación Salvadoreña [24]
 Estonia Viasat Viasat [25]
 Finland Nelonen [26]
 France M6 beIN Sport [27]
 Georgia Global Media Group [28]
 Germany ProSiebenSat.1 Media Sky Deutschland [29][30]
 Greece ANT1 NOVA [31][32]
 Hong Kong i-Cable [33]
 Hungary
  • Story 4
  • Digi Sport
[34]
 Iceland Stöð 2 Sport [35]
 Indonesia SCTV Nexmedia [36]
 Israel Charlton [37]
 Ireland TV3 Setanta Sports [38][39]
 Italy Mediaset [40][41]
 Japan SKY PerfecTV! [42]
 Kazakhstan KTK [43]
 Laos TrueVisions [11]
 Latin America OTI [14][24]
 Latvia Viasat Viasat [25]
 Lithuania Viasat Viasat [25]
 Macau TDM [44]
 Macedonia MRT Makedonski Telekom [45][46]
 Malaysia Astro SuperSport [9]
 Malta PBS Melita [47][48]
 Montenegro RTCG Telekom Srbija [45]
 Myanmar Sky Net [9]
 Netherlands RTL Fox Sports [49][50]
 Norway C More C More [22]
 Philippines ABS-CBN Sports+Action Balls [51]
 Poland TVN ITI Neovision [52][53]
 Portugal SIC Sport TV [54][55]
 Romania [56][57][58][59]
 Russia NTV NTV Plus [60]
 Serbia RTS Telekom Srbija [45]
 Singapore SingTel [61]
 Slovakia RTVS Nova Sport [21]
 Slovenia RTV Slovenija Sport Klub [62][63]
 South Asia [9]
 South Korea Spo TV [64]
 Spain Mediaset Gol Televisión [65][66]
 Sub-Saharan Africa StarTimes [67][68]
 Suriname STVS [24]
 Sweden TV4 C More [22]
  Switzerland SRG SSR Teleclub [69][70]
 Taiwan ELTA [71]
 Thailand TrueVisions [11]
 Turkey D-Smart [72]
 Ukraine Football TV Сhannel [73][74]
 United Kingdom ITV BT Sport [75][76]
 United States [13][77][78]
 Venezuela Meridiano Televisión [24]
 Zambia ZNBC [79]

2015–2018 seasons[edit]

Territory Free Pay Ref
 Cambodia beIN Sports [80]
 Italy Sky Italia Sky Italia [81]
 Indonesia beIN Sports [80]
 Laos beIN Sports [80]
 Middle East Al Jazeera [82]
 Myanmar Sky Net [83]
 North Africa Al Jazeera [82]
 South Asia TEN Sports [84]
 Sub-Saharan Africa SuperSport [85]
 Thailand beIN Sports [80]
 United Kingdom BT Sport [86][87]
 United States Fox Sports [88]
^1 – Only highlights programme

References[edit]

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  44. ^ "TDM to enjoy media rights in Macau". UEFA.com. 2012-04-18. Retrieved 2012-04-18. 
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  49. ^ "Dutch media rights awarded to RTL". UEFA.com. 2011-11-29. Retrieved 2011-11-30. 
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  51. ^ "ABS-CBN awarded all media rights in Philippines". UEFA.com. 2012-03-02. Retrieved 2012-03-03. 
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  70. ^ "Teleclub awarded media rights in Switzerland". UEFA.com. 2012-05-03. Retrieved 2012-05-03. 
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  72. ^ "Dogan Group renews Turkish media rights". UEFA.com. 2012-04-13. Retrieved 2012-04-13. 
  73. ^ "Ukrainian media rights awarded to 1+1". UEFA.com. 2011-08-04. Retrieved 2011-10-22. 
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