Tenfield

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Tenfield S.A.
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Owned by Francisco "Paco" Casal
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Country Uruguay Uruguay
Language Spanish
Broadcast area South America
Affiliates GOL TV
Headquarters Montevideo, Uruguay
Website http://tenfield.com.uy/

Tenfield is a broadcasting corporation which holds the commercial rights to broadcast the Uruguayan football and basketball. It was founded in 1998 by the Uruguayan business-men Francisco "Paco" Casal, and the former football players Enzo Francescoli and Nelson Gutiérrez with the objective of broadcasting the Uruguayan football league system.

It also owns Spanish-language soccer network GOL TV, which it purchased on April 2007.

Programming[edit]

Football[edit]

Tennis[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cycling[edit]

Futsal[edit]

Handball[edit]

  • Uruguayan League

Motor Sports[edit]

Special events[edit]

Original Programming in co-production with Tenfield[edit]

Televisión[edit]

  • Pasión (Presented by Sergio Gorzy, Juan Carlos Scelza, Martin Charquero and Alberto Kesman) (Sunday at 22:30 on VTV)
  • K-Pos (Monday at 10:00 pm on VTV)
  • Sin Limite (Presented by Javier Máximo Goñi) (Monday to Friday at 18:00 live on VTV)
  • RR GOL (Presented by Rodrigo Romano) (Monday at 21:00 on VTV)
  • El Ascenso (Presented by Marcos Vitette) (Tuesday at 23:30 on VTV)

Radio[edit]

  • Tenfield Radio (Are Broadcast live main matches of Uruguayan Primera División with play-by-plays total 4 on Sport890 including: Alberto Sonsol, Ignacio Salombie, Diego Jokas, Luis Kesman and Fernando Sanner).

External links[edit]