Arena Sport

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Arena Sport
Arena sport logo.jpg
Launched2010
Owned byTelekom Srbija (Serbia)
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feeds)
Broadcast areaBosnia and Herzegovina
Croatia
Kosovo
North Macedonia
Montenegro
Serbia
Websitetvarenasport.com
Availability
Terrestrial
EVOtv
(Croatia)
Channel 400 (Arena Sport 1)
Channel 401 (Arena Sport 2)
Channel 402 (Arena Sport 3)
Channel 403 (Arena Sport 4)
Channel 404 (Arena Sport 5)
Channel 405 (Arena Sport 6)
Satellite
Polaris
(Serbia)
Serbia:
Channels 304-308
Bosnia:
Arena Sport 1 BiH
MAXtv
(Croatia)
Channels 400-405
TotalTV
(Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Channel 69 (Bosnian feed)
Channels 70-73
IPTV
MAXtv
(Croatia)
Channels 400-405
ArtMotion
(Kosovo)
Channel 56 (Duo Dream) - Arena Sport 1
Channels 64-68 (Duo Standard) - Arena Sport 1-5
Channels 66-70 (Duo Premium) - Arena Sport 1-5

Arena Sport is an ex-Yugoslav pay television sports network owned by Telekom Srbija. It consists of six television channels and is coverage area includes Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia.[1]

Localised feeds[edit]

Serbia[edit]

Arena Sport Serbia carries several sports events. Most of them are centred towards football, mainly matches from Serie A (Italy), Ligue 1 (France), Pro League (Belgium), as well as international competitions such as the UEFA Champions League and the Europa League. Arena Sport Serbia has the broadcasting rights of the Serbian SuperLiga.

In addition to football, the Arena Sports transfers and other sporting events such as basketball ABA League, Greek League, Liga ACB and NCAA leagues, German handball league and the EHF Champions League.

Croatia[edit]

Arena Sports Croatia airs MAXtv Prva Liga's matches, UEFA Champions (until 2018) and Europa League, and since 2014, Formula One, first via their motorsport channel Max GP, then since 2015 on regular Arena Sport channels. In addition, reports and other football leagues as well as in Serbia.

Sport events[edit]

Football[edit]

Europe[edit]

America[edit]

Africa[edit]

Asia & Oceania[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Competition Duration Details
United Nations FIBA Intercontinental Cup All four games[2]
European Union Adriatic League All games (Regular season + Playoffs) + TV show
European Union Basketball Champions League since 2017 various number of matches per round, playoffs
Serbia Basketball League of Serbia various number of matches per round, playoffs
Croatia A-1 various number of matches per round, playoffs
Spain ACB various number of matches per round, playoffs
United States NCAA one game per week + March Madness
United States Canada NBA since 2019 Five until eight games per week + NBA All-Star Game + NBA Playoffs + NBA Finals

Handball[edit]

Competition Duration Details
European Union EHF Champions League selected matches in each round (Regular season + Playoffs) + TV show
European Union EHF Women's Champions League selected matches in each round (Regular season + Playoffs) + TV show
European Union SEHA League selected matches in each round (Regular season + Final four)

Ice hockey[edit]

Competition Duration Details
United States Canada NHL various number of games per week + Playoffs (at least one match each day)
European Union Champions Hockey League selected games
United Nations IIHF World Championships two games per day

Rugby[edit]

Competition Duration Details
European Union Pro14

Baseball[edit]

Competition Duration Details
United States Canada MLB 1-2 games per week, Playoffs

Motorsports[edit]

Competition Duration Details
United Nations FIA Formula One World Championship since 2014 only Arena Sport Croatia
United Nations FIA World Rally Championship since 2014 all races

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Telekom: Za Arena Sport 7,7 mil.€" (in Serbian). B92. 26 August 2011.
  2. ^ "FIBA Intercontinental Cup to be distributed globally". FIBA. Retrieved 2020-02-07.

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