Setanta Sports Australia

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Setanta Sports Australia
Setanta Sports logo
Launched 1 November 2007
Owned by Setanta Sports Group
Country Australia
Language English
Availability
Satellite
Foxtel Channel 525
Austar Channel 510
TransACT Channel 356
Cable
Foxtel Channel 525
Austar Channel 510
TransACT Channel 356
IPTV
Fetch TV Channel 101
Optus TV with fetch Channel 160
Streaming media
Setanta-i Setanta-i.com

Setanta Sports Australia is a sports television channel operating in Australia and is available to homes and businesses across all of Australia. Setanta Sports Australia is part of the Setanta Sports Group of television channels that operate around the world in Ireland, Africa, and from January 2011 in Setanta Sports Asia.

Setanta Sports Australia offers a wide range of international sport specializing in football, Rugby Union and Gaelic Games. Current Setanta Sports Australia broadcast content includes the UEFA Europa League, 2014 European World Cup Qualifiers, 2014 South American World Cup Qualifiers, FA Community Shield, Football League Cup, Football League Championship, German Bundesliga, The Football League, Scottish Premier League, Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup, Copa Sudamericana, Copa Libertadores, England Home Football Internationals, Heineken Cup, RaboDirect Pro 12, Aviva Premiership, Anglo-Welsh Cup and Asia Cup Cricket.

History[edit]

On 1 November 2007, the Australian version of Setanta Sports was launched on into homes Australia wide. The channel had initially been made available to pubs and clubs in November 2005.

Availability[edit]

Currently the Setanta Sports Australia channel is available on all the major pay-TV home platforms in Australia: Foxtel and Fetch TV. Setanta Sports Australia is also available wherever you have internet access, via laptop & desktop computer and via IOS & Android devices and available commercially to clubs, pubs and businesses.

Content[edit]

Football[edit]

Setanta is one of the leading broadcasters of football in Australia, currently covering a variety of competitions from Europe & South America. Setanta's current football rights are:

Domestic Leagues[edit]

Domestic Cups[edit]

International Club Competitions[edit]

International Matches[edit]

Rugby Union[edit]

Setanta is the leading broadcaster of European Rugby in Australia including most of Europe's top domestic rugby competitions. Setanta's current rugby line up is:

GAA[edit]

Setanta honors its Irish origins with in depth coverage of the Gaelic Athletic Association football and hurling championships. This includes the

Cricket[edit]

Since November 2007 Setanta Sports Australia has broadcast regular One Day International and Test cricket hosted by the India national cricket team and Bangladesh national cricket team as well as the 2008, 2010 and 2012 Asia Cups.

Between May and August 2010 Setanta Sports Australia broadcast over 260 hours of live international cricket covering all three forms of the game: Test cricket, One Day International and Twenty20.

References[edit]

  1. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2012). "npower Championship on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  2. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "Bundesliga on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  3. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "SPL on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  4. ^ www.setanta.com/au (4 August 2011). "Primera Division on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  5. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2010). "Football Conference Signs Unique TV Deal". www.footballconference.co.uk. 
  6. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2012). "Capital One Cup (formerly Carling Cup) on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  7. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "FA Community Shield on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  8. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "Scottish Cup on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  9. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "Scottish League Cup on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  10. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "UEFA Europa League on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  11. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "Copa Libertadores on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  12. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "Copa Sudamericana on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  13. ^ www.setanta.com/au (11 October 2012). "FIFA 2014 European World Cup Qualifiers on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  14. ^ www.setanta.com/au (11 October 2011). "FIFA 2014 South American World Cup Qualifiers on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  15. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "Other Football on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  16. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "GAA on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  17. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "GAA on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  18. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "GAA on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  19. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "GAA on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  20. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "GAA on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  21. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "GAA on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 
  22. ^ www.setanta.com/au (2 August 2011). "GAA on Setanta Sports". Setanta Sports Australia. 

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