Sport Klub

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SportKlub
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Launched2 January 2006; 13 years ago (2006-01-02)
Owned byThe United Group
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
2160p (UHDTV)
Broadcast areaBosnia and Herzegovina
Croatia
Montenegro
North Macedonia
Serbia
Slovenia
Websitesportklub.info
Availability
Terrestrial
evotv (Croatia)
  • Channel 400 (SK1)
  • Channel 401 (SK2)
  • Channel 402 (SK3)
Satellite
MAXtv (Croatia)
  • Channel 414 (SK1 HD)
  • Channel 415 (SK2 HD)
  • Channel 416 (SK3 HD)
  • Channel 423 (SK Golf)
Total TV (Serbia, Bosnia)Channel 060 (SK1 HD)
Channel 061 (SK2 HD)
Channel 062 (SK3 HD)
Channel 063 (SK HD)
Cable
SBB D3 (Serbia)Channel 111 (SK1 HD)
Channel 112 (SK2 HD)
Channel 113 (SK3 HD)
Channel 110 (SK HD)
Channel 114 (SK4)
Channel 115 (SK5)
Channel 116 (SK6)
Channel 117 (SK7)
Channel 118 (SK8)
Channel 119 (SK9)
Channel 120 (SK10)
Channel 122 (SK Golf)
IPTV
MAXtv (Croatia) MAXtv (North Macedonia)
  • Channel 53 (SK1 HD)
  • Channel 54 (SK2 HD)
  • Channel 55 (SK3 HD)
  • Channel 400 (SK)
  • Channel 414 (SK1)
  • Channel 415 (SK2)
  • Channel 416 (SK3)
  • Channel 417 (SK4)
  • Channel 418 (SK5)
  • Channel 419 (SK6)
  • Channel 423 (SK Golf)

Sportklub is a European sports channel which has been broadcast in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Slovenia since 2006. The channel commenced broadcasts in Croatia in 2007 and in North Macedonia in 2011.

Sportklub transmits many different sport events including football, ice hockey, basketball, golf, tennis, rugby union, volleyball among others.

Sport Klub ex-Yugo[edit]

Sport Klub ex-Yugo is also available in ex-Yugoslav countries, such as Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia. In 2007 Sport Klub + began to broadcast exclusively football. Both channels are owned by IKO Media. In September 2011, Sport Klub ex-Yugo started broadcasting its channels in HD. Starting from 22 September 2013, it renamed existing Sport Klub, Sport Klub + and SK Prime channels to SK1, SK2 and SK3 as well as HD only channel SK Premium to SK HD. In addition to name change, they completely changed visual identity including new logo.

Programming[edit]

Football[edit]

Leagues:

Cups:

Basketball[edit]

Cups:

Tennis[edit]

Motosport[edit]

American Football[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Handball[edit]

Ice Hockey[edit]

Athletics[edit]

SportKlub Romania[edit]

SportKlub is broadcast in Romanian via satellite and cable. In 2007 Sportklub+ began to broadcast exclusively football. Both channels were owned by IKO Media. SportKlub ceased operations in Romania in June 1, 2012.

Programming

SportKlub Poland[edit]

SportKlub is broadcast in Poland via satellite, cable and IPTV (N - Channel 66, Sport Klub - Channel 67), Aster, UPC Poland (Channel 568), Vectra (Channel 207, Sport Klub+ - Channel 208), Toya, Multimedia Polska and IPTV Jambox. Polish version of SportKlub began to broadcast on 29 July 2006. SportKlub+ has been launched on 19 October 2006.

Programming

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