List of Bundesliga broadcasters

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This is a list of television broadcasters which provide coverage of the Bundesliga, the top level competition for association football in Germany.

Germany[edit]

From 2017–18 to 2020–21 Bundesliga matches are broadcast on TV in Germany on Sky Germany and Eurosport

Day Time (CET) Pay TV Free TV
Friday 20:30 Eurosport 2 Xtra (1 match) ZDF (only 1st, 17th and 18th matchday)
Saturday 15:30 Sky Sport Bundesliga (5 matches)
Saturday 18:30 Sky Sport Bundesliga (1 match)
Sunday 13:30 Eurosport 2 Xtra (1 match only 5 times a season)
Sunday 15:30 Sky Sport Bundesliga(1 match)
Sunday 18:00 Sky Sport Bundesliga (1 match)
Monday 20:30 Eurosport 2 Xtra (1 match only 5 times a season)

Global[edit]

21st century Fox: From 2015–16 to 2019–20[1]

International broadcasters[edit]

America[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Brazil Portuguese Fox Sports
Canada English Sportsnet
Caribbean English Fox Sports
Cuba Spanish Tele Rebelde
Latin America Spanish Fox Sports
Puerto Rico
United States
English &
Spanish
Fox Sports, Univision Deportes

APAC[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Afghanistan Pashto Lemar TV
Asia-Pacific English Fox Sports Asia
Australia English beIN Sports
Central Asia Russian Setanta Sports +
China Chinese, English Star Sports
PPTV
Hong Kong Cantonese, English Fox Sports Asia
Indian Subcontinent English Star Sports
Japan Japanese NHK, Sky PerfecTV
South Korea Korean JTBC3 Fox Sports
Taiwan Chinese, English Fox Sports Asia
Tajikistan Tajik Varzish TV, Football TV
Vietnam English Fox Sports Asia,

Europe[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Albania Albanian Eurosport 2
Andorra Spanish Movistar
Armenia Russian Setanta Sports +
Austria German Sky Deutschland, Eurosport
Azerbaijan Azeri, Russian Idman TV, Setanta Sports +
Belarus Russian Setanta Sports +
Belgium Dutch, French Eleven Sports
Bosnia and Herzegovina Serbian, Croatian Eurosport 2
Bulgaria Bulgarian Eurosport 2
Croatia Croatian Eurosport 2
Cyprus Greek PrimeTel
Czech Republic Czech Digi Sport
Denmark Danish Viasat Sport
Estonia English, Russian Eurosport 2
Finland Finnish Viasat Sport
France French beIN Sports
Georgia Russian Setanta Sports +
Greece Greek Cosmote Sport
Hungary Hungarian Sport1
Iceland Icelandic Stöð 2 Sport
Ireland English BT Sport
Italy Italian Sky Sport
Kosovo Albanian Kujtesa
Latvia Latvian, Russian Eurosport 2
Liechtenstein German Sky Deutschland, Eurosport
Lithuania English, Russian Eurosport 2
Luxembourg German, French Sky Deutschland, Eleven Sports
Macedonia Bulgarian, English Eurosport 2
Malta Maltese Total Sports Network
Moldova Romanian, Russian Setanta Sports +
Montenegro Serbian, English Eurosport 2
Netherlands Dutch Fox Sports
Norway Norwegian Viasat Sport
Poland Polish Eleven Sports, NC+
Portugal Portuguese Eleven Sports
Romania Romanian Digi Sport, Telekom Sport
Russia Russian Match TV
San Marino Italian Sky Sport
Slovakia Czech, Slovak Dajto, Digi Sport
Slovenia Slovenian Eurosport 2
Serbia Serbian Eurosport 2
Spain Spanish Movistar
Sweden Swedish Viasat Sport
Switzerland German Sky Deutschland, Eurosport
Turkey Turkish S Sport
Ukraine Ukrainian MEGOGO
United Kingdom English BT Sport

MENA[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Israel Hebrew Sport1
Middle East and North Africa Arabic beIN Sports Arabia

Sub-Saharan Africa[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Sub-Saharan Africa English StarTime Sports

References[edit]

  1. ^ Editorial, Reuters. "Bundesliga signs TV deal with 21st Century Fox". U.S. Retrieved 2018-08-14. 

External links[edit]

Official website