List of La Liga broadcasters

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This is a list of television broadcasters which provide coverage of La Liga, Spanish football's top level competition.[1]

 Spain[edit]

Broadcaster
Movistar LaLiga 9 games per week in pay-per-view
GOL Second best game of the week in free-to-air
Never teams that are playing European competitions
Highlights of the week in free-to-air

Overseas broadcasters[edit]

Africa[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Angola English ZAP
Mozambique English ZAP
Sub-Saharan Africa English
French
SuperSport
Canal+
Tanzania English Azam TV

America[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Argentina Spanish ESPN, DIRECTV Sports[2]
Bolivia Spanish ESPN, Tigo Sports
Brazil Portuguese ESPN, Fox Premium
Canada English, Spanish beIN Sports
Caribbean English SportsMax, ESPN[2]
Chile Spanish ESPN, DIRECTV Sports[2]
Colombia Spanish ESPN, DIRECTV Sports[2]
Costa Rica Spanish Sky Sports, TUDN[2]
Cuba Spanish Tele Rebelde
Dominican Republic Spanish Sky Sports, TUDN[2]
Ecuador Spanish ESPN, DIRECTV Sports[2]
El Salvador Spanish Sky Sports, TUDN[2]
Guatemala Spanish Sky Sports, TUDN[2]
Honduras Spanish Sky Sports, TUDN[2]
Mexico Spanish Sky Sports, Wizz Sports
Nicaragua Spanish Sky Sports, TUDN[2]
Panama Spanish Sky Sports, TUDN[2]
Paraguay Spanish ESPN, Tigo Sports
Peru Spanish ESPN, DIRECTV Sports[2]
Puerto Rico English, Spanish beIN Sports
Suriname English STVS[2]
United States English, Spanish beIN Sports
Uruguay Spanish ESPN, DIRECTV Sports[2]
Venezuela Spanish ESPN, DIRECTV Sports[2]

Asia and Oceania[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Afghanistan English ASR TV, Facebook
Australia English beIN Sports
Brunei English beIN Sports
Cambodia Khmer, English CBS, beIN Sports
Central Asia Russian Setanta Sports Eurasia
China Mainland Chinese iQiyi[3][4]
Hong Kong Cantonese and English Now TV (licensed by beIN Sports)
Indian subcontinent English Facebook
Indonesia English beIN Sports
Iran Persian IRIB TV3 and IRIB Varzesh
Japan Japanese WOWOW and DAZN
Kazakhstan Kazakh Qazsport
Laos English beIN Sports
Macau Chinese TDM and iQiyi[3][4]
Malaysia English beIN Sports
Myanmar Burmese Sky Net
New Zealand English beIN Sports
Philippines English beIN Sports
Singapore English beIN Sports
South Korea Korean SPOTV
Tajikistan Tajik and Russian Varzish TV and Football TV
Thailand English, Thai beIN Sports
Uzbekistan Uzbek and Russian Uzreport TV and Futbol TV
Vietnam Vietnamese SCTV and VTVCab

Europe[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Albania Albanian SuperSport
Andorra Spanish Movistar LaLiga, GOL
Armenia Russian, Armenian Setanta Sports Eurasia, Kentron TV
Austria German DAZN
Azerbaijan Azerbaijani, Russian CBC Sport, Setanta Sports Eurasia
Belarus Russian Setanta Sports Eurasia
Belgium French, Dutch Eleven Sports, Play Sports
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnian Sport Klub
Bulgaria Bulgarian Max Sport, F+, Sport+ HD
Croatia Croatian Sport Klub
Cyprus Greek PrimeTel
Czech Republic Czech Digi Sport
Denmark English Strive, TV 2 Sport
Estonia Russian Setanta Sports Eurasia
Finland Finnish C More Sport
France French beIN Sports
Georgia Georgian Silk Sport
Germany German DAZN
Greece Greek Cosmote Sport
Hungary Hungarian Spíler TV
Iceland Icelandic Stöð 2 Sport
Ireland English Premier Sports, FreeSports
Italy Italian DAZN
Kosovo Albanian SuperSport
Latvia Russian Setanta Sports Eurasia
Liechtenstein German
Lithuania Russian Setanta Sports Eurasia
Luxembourg French Eleven Sports
Malta Maltese Total Sports Network
Moldova Russian Setanta Sports Eurasia
Montenegro Serbian Sport Klub
Netherlands Dutch Ziggo Sport
North Macedonia Serbian Sport Klub
Norway English Strive, TV 2 Sport
Poland Polish Eleven Sports, NC+
Portugal Portuguese Eleven Sports
Romania Romanian Digi Sport, Telekom Sport, Look Sport
Russia Russian Match TV, Sila TV
San Marino Italian DAZN
Serbia Serbian Sport Klub
Slovakia Slovak Digi Sport
Slovenia Slovenian Sport Klub
Sweden Swedish C More Sport
Switzerland German DAZN
Turkey Turkish TBA
Ukraine Ukrainian MEGOGO, Football 1/2
United Kingdom English Premier Sports, FreeSports

Middle East and North Africa[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Israel Hebrew ONE
MENA Arabic, English beIN Sports

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Operadores". Página web oficial de LaLiga | Liga de Fútbol Profesional. Retrieved 2019-08-15.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Spanish La Liga 2018-19 TV Channels Worldwide". TOTAL SPORTEK. 2018-07-22. Retrieved 2018-11-27.
  3. ^ a b "新英体育西甲版权声明". baijiahao.baidu.com. Retrieved 2019-08-10.
  4. ^ a b "官宣!爱奇艺体育全网独家直播2019/20赛季西甲联赛!". mbd.baidu.com. Retrieved 2019-08-10.

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