List of UEFA Europa League broadcasters

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This article list all the confirmed broadcasters for the UEFA Europa League with each broadcaster holding three season broadcasting rights. The current cycle will be from 2015–2018.

Current broadcasters[edit]

2015–2018 seasons[edit]

Territory Free Pay Ref
 Albania SuperSport [1]
 Austria Puls 4 [2][3]
 Azerbaijan Saran Media [1]
 Belarus Belteleradio [1]
 Belgium Telenet [1]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Telekom Srbija [1]
 Brazil Esporte Interativo ESPN Brasil [1]
 Brunei Astro SuperSport [1]
 Bulgaria BNT [1]
 Cambodia beIN Sports [4]
 Canada [5]
 Caribbean [6]
 Central Asia Saran Media [1]
 China [7][8]
 Colombia RCN TV [1]
 Croatia HRT T-Hrvatski Telekom [1]
 Cyprus CyBC CYTA [1]
 Czech Republic ČT Nova Sport [1]
 Denmark SBS Discovery Media SBS Discovery Media [1]
 Estonia MTG MTG [9]
 Finland Nelonen [1]
 France M6 beIN Sports [1]
 Germany Sport1 Sky Deutschland [3][10]
 Greece OTE [11]
 Hong Kong Fox Sports [12]
 Hungary RTL Group RCS & RDS [1]
 Iceland 365 Media [1]
 Indonesia RCTI beIN Sports [4]
 Ireland [13][14]
 Israel Charlton Ltd [1]
 Italy Sky Italia Sky Italia [15]
 Japan SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation [1]
 Laos beIN Sports [4][16]
 Latin America [6]
 Latvia MTG MTG [9]
 Lithuania MTG MTG [9]
 Macau TDM [1]
 Macedonia MRT Telekom Srbija [1]
 Malaysia Astro SuperSport [1]
 Malta PBS Melita [17][18]
 MENA beIN Sports [19]
 Moldova Realitatea TV [1]
 Montenegro [1]
 Myanmar Sky Net [20]
 Netherlands RTL Fox Sports [2][21]
 New Zealand Sky Television1 [22]
 Norway SBS Discovery Media SBS Discovery Media [1]
 Oceania beIN Sports [1]
 Poland [23]
 Portugal SIC Sport TV [1][24]
 Romania Pro TV Telekom Romania [1][25]
 Serbia RTS Telekom Srbija [1]
 Singapore Eurosport [26][27]
 Slovakia RTVS Nova Sport [1]
 Slovenia Pro Plus Sport Klub [1]
 South Asia TEN Sports [28]
 South Korea SPOTV [1]
 Spain beIN Sports [29][30]
 Sub-Saharan Africa [1][31]
 Suriname STVS [1]
 Sweden SBS Discovery Media SBS Discovery Media [1]
  Switzerland Teleclub [32]
 Thailand beIN Sports [4]
 Turkey TRT Türk Telekom [33]
 Ukraine Ukrayina Media Group Ukraine [34]
 United Kingdom BT Sport [35][36]
 United States [37][38]
 Venezuela Meridiano Televisión [1]
 Vietnam
  • KJ Investment Group
  • VTVcab
[1][39]
^1 – Only 2015-16 season
^2 – Only highlights programme

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