List of Serie A broadcasters

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This is a list of television broadcasters from around the world which provide coverage of the Serie A, Italian football's top level club competition. In addition, Rai Italia broadcast live games in some parts of the world.

Domestic broadcasters[edit]

 Italy
Broadcaster [1]
Sky Italia 7 matches for week
DAZN 3 matches for week

International broadcasters[edit]

International (for the unsold markets)[edit]

Countries where the rights are not sold, all matches are streamed by Serie A Pass.

Africa[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
Sub-Saharan Africa English SuperSport

America[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
 Brazil Portuguese RedeTV![2], DAZN[3]
 Canada English TLN, DAZN
  Caribbean English ESPN
  Latin America Spanish ESPN
 Puerto Rico
 United States
English, Spanish ESPN

APAC[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
 Australia English beIN Sports
 Brunei English FOX Sports
 Cambodia English beIN Sports
  Central Asia Setanta Sports
 China Chinese CCTV, PPTV
 Hong Kong English, Cantonese beIN Sports
  Indian Subcontinent English Sony
 Indonesia English beIN Sports
 Japan Japanese SKY PerfecTV, DAZN
 Kazakhstan Kazakh Qazsport
 Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz KTRK Sport
 Laos English beIN Sports
 Macau Chinese Macau Cable TV
 Malaysia English FOX Sports
 Myanmar Burmese SKY Net, My Sports
 New Zealand English SKY Sport
 Philippines English beIN Sports
 Singapore English FOX Sports
 South Korea Korean SPOTV
 Tajikistan Tajik Varzish TV, Football TV
 Thailand Thai beIN Sports, PPTV
 Uzbekistan Uzbek UzReport TV
 Vietnam Vietnamese FPT

Europe[edit]

Country Language Broadcasters
 Albania Albanian SuperSport
 Andorra Spanish Movistar+
 Armenia Armenian Setanta Sports
 Austria German DAZN
 Azerbaijan Azerbaijani CBC Sport, Setanta Sports
 Belarus Belarusian Setanta Sports
 Belgium Dutch, French Eleven Sports, Play Sports
 Bosnia Bosnian Arena Sport
 Bulgaria Bulgarian MAX Sport
 Croatia Croatian Arena Sport
 Cyprus Greek CYTA
 Czech Republic Czech, Slovak Digi Sport
 Denmark English Strive
 Estonia Baltic Setanta Sports, Kanal 12
 Finland Finnish Ruutu+ Urheilu
 France French beIN Sports
 Georgia Georgian Setanta Sports
 Germany German DAZN
 Greece Greek Nova Sports
 Hungary Hungarian Digi Sport
 Iceland Icelandic Stöð 2
 Ireland English eir Sport, Free Sports
 Kosovo Albanian SuperSport
 Latvia Baltic Setanta Sports
 Liechtenstein German Teleclub
 Lithuania Baltic Setanta Sports, Sport1
 Luxembourg French, German Eleven Sports
 Macedonia Macedonian Arena Sport
 Malta Maltese Total Sports Network
 Moldova Romanian Setanta Sports
 Montenegro Serbian Arena Sport
 Netherlands Dutch Ziggo Sport
 Norway English Strive
 Poland Polish Eleven Sports
 Portugal Portuguese Sport TV
 Romania Romanian Digi Sport, Telekom Sport
 Russia Russian Match TV, Sila TV
 San Marino Italian Sky Sport, DAZN
 Serbia Serbian Arena Sport
 Slovakia Czech, Slovak Digi Sport
 Slovenia Slovenian Šport TV
 Spain Spanish Movistar+
 Sweden English Strive
  Switzerland French, German Teleclub
 Turkey Turkish beIN Sports
 Ukraine Ukrainian Futbol
 United Kingdom English Premier Sports, Free Sports

MENA[edit]

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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Navach, Giancarlo. "Sky, Perform win Serie A soccer broadcast rights in Italy". U.K. Retrieved 2018-11-12.
  2. ^ "DAZN AND REDE TV AGREE FOOTBALL BROADCAST PARTNERSHIP". 11 February 2019. Retrieved 13 February 2019.
  3. ^ "DAZN enters Brazil with exclusive Ligue 1 and Serie A rights". Sports Pro. 29 November 2018. Retrieved 11 February 2019.