Sports broadcasting contracts in Latin America

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This article refers to sports broadcasting contracts in Latin America. For broadcasting rights in other countries, see Sports television broadcast contracts.

Auto racing[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Major League Baseball

Other baseball

Basketball[edit]

National Basketball Association

  • ESPN: Two regular season games per week (Wednesday and Friday night) with an additional 12 Wednesday night games and select NBA playoffs (including ESPN/ABC conference finals). NBA Finals and All-Star Game (Caribbean only).
  • Space: One Thursday night game, select NBA Playoffs (including TNT conference finals) and All-Star Game.

FIBA events

Other basketball

Field Hockey[edit]

Golf[edit]

Gridiron Football[edit]

National Football League

NCAA College Football

Handball[edit]

Horse Racing[edit]

Motorcycle Racing[edit]

Olympics[edit]

2014 Winter Games

Pay TV: ESPN, Directv, Fox Sports and Claro Sports

2016 Summer Games

Pay TV: ESPN, Directv, Fox Sports and Claro Sports

Rugby[edit]

Association Football[edit]

Copa Libertadores

Copa Sudamericana

Recopa Sudamericana

UEFA Champions League

UEFA Europa League

UEFA Super Cup

European Leagues[edit]

La Liga

  • ESPN: Three Games Per Week (Caribbean & South America)
  • DirecTV: Seven Games Per Week (Caribbean & South America)
  • SKY and TDN: All Games (Central America)

Premier League

Serie A

1. Bundesliga

Ligue 1

Portuguese Liga

Eredivisie

Superleague Greece

Russian Football Premier League

Swiss Super League

Other leagues[edit]

European Cups

CONCACAF Champions League

Primera División Argentina

Primera División de México

Liga Postobón

Copa Credife, Campeonato Ecuatoriano de Fútbol Serie A

  • Teleamazonas (Host games of LDU Quito, D. Quito, Manta, Imbabura, LDU Loja and Espoli)
  • GamaTV, TC Televisión, EcuadorTV (Host games of Barcelona, Independiente del Valle and Olmedo)
  • Ecuavisa (Host games of Emelec, El Nacional y Deportivo Cuenca)

Primera División Chile

  • CDF: 1st to 7th picks
  • TVN: 1st and 2nd picks

FIFA international matches

Polo[edit]

  • ESPN: Argentine Open Championship, Tortuguitas Open Championship, Hurlingham Open, Coronation Cup and British Open for the Gold Cup

Tennis[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Cycling[edit]