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.[1]

 Italy and  San Marino (Italian speaking market)[edit]

2011–2015[edit]

Broadcaster Summary
Sky Sport 380 matches per season, of which 56 exclusively.
Premium Sport 324 matches per season (games of 12 selected teams) co-exclusively.

2015–2018[edit]

Broadcaster Summary
Sky Sport 380 matches per season, of which 132 exclusively.
Premium Sport 248 matches per season (games of 8 selected teams) co-exclusively.

2018–2021[edit]

Broadcaster Summary
Sky Sport 266 matches per season (7 out of 10 per week) exclusively.[2]
DAZN 114 matches per season (3 out of 10 per week) exclusively.[2]

2021–2024[edit]

Broadcaster Summary
DAZN 380 matches per season, of which 266 (7 out of 10 per week) exclusively.[3]
Sky Sport 114 matches (3 out of 10 per week) co-exclusively.[4][5]
OneFootball Non-exclusive highlights rights to all 380 matches per season.[6]

Overseas broadcasters[edit]

2021–2024[edit]

Africa[edit]

Country Broadcasters
Sub-Saharan Africa SuperSport, Canal+

America[edit]

Country Broadcasters
 Brazil ESPN
 Canada fuboTV
TLN
  Caribbean ESPN
  Latin America ESPN
 Puerto Rico CBS Sports
 United States
 Suriname SCCN, STVS

Asia and Oceania[edit]

Country Broadcasters
 Australia beIN Sports
 Bangladesh Rabbithole
 Brunei beIN Sports
  Central Asia Setanta Sports
 China CCTV-5, iQIYI, Migu
 Hong Kong beIN Sports
  Indian subcontinent Viacom18[7]
 Indonesia beIN Sports, MNC Media
 Japan DAZN
 Laos beIN Sports
 Macau Macau Cable TV
 Malaysia beIN Sports
 Maldives Ice Sports
 Mongolia SPS
 Myanmar TBA
 New Zealand beIN Sports
 South Korea SPOTV
 Taiwan ELTA
 Tajikistan Varzish TV, Futbol TV
 Thailand beIN Sports
 Uzbekistan Sport
 Vietnam

Europe[edit]

Country Broadcasters
 Albania Oversport, Tring Sport[8]
 Andorra Movistar+
 Armenia Setanta Sports, Vivaro Sports
 Austria DAZN
 Azerbaijan CBC Sport, Setanta Sports
 Belarus Setanta Sports
 Belgium Eleven Sports, Play Sports
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Arena Sport
 Bulgaria Max Sport, RING
 Croatia Arena Sport
 Cyprus Cytavision Sports
 Czech Republic Nova Sport, Premier Sport
 Denmark TV 2 Sport
 Estonia Setanta Sports, TV3 Sport
 Finland C More Sport
 France beIN Sports
 Georgia Setanta Sports, Silk Sport
 Germany DAZN
 Greece Cosmote Sport
 Hungary Sport1
 Iceland Stöð 2 Sport
 Ireland BT Sport, OneFootball
 Kosovo Oversport, Arena Sport
 Latvia Setanta Sports, TV3 Sport
 Liechtenstein Blue Sport
 Lithuania Setanta Sports, TV3 Sport
 Luxembourg Eleven Sports
 Malta Total Sports Network
 Moldova Setanta Sports
 Montenegro Arena Sport
 Netherlands Ziggo Sport
 North Macedonia Arena Sport
 Norway TBA
 Poland Eleven Sports
 Portugal Sport TV
 Romania Digi Sport, Prima Sport, Orange Sport
 Russia Match TV
 Serbia Arena Sport
 Slovakia Nova Sport, Premier Sport
 Slovenia Arena Sport
 Spain Movistar+[9]
 Sweden C More Sport
 Switzerland Blue Sport, Sky Sport
 Turkey S Sport
 Ukraine MEGOGO
 United Kingdom BT Sport, OneFootball

MENA[edit]

Country Broadcasters
 Israel ONE sport
 MENA Abu Dhabi Sports

References[edit]

  1. ^ "INFRONT SECURES SERIE A COVERAGE IN ALMOST 200 COUNTRIES AS EXCITING NEW SEASON GETS SET TO BEGIN". legaseriea.it. Retrieved 19 August 2021.
  2. ^ a b "Sky finally renews Serie A rights until 2021". www.endersanalysis.com. Retrieved 2021-09-12.
  3. ^ "DAZN grabs broadcast rights for Serie A in Italy". www.reuters.com. Retrieved 2021-09-12.
  4. ^ "Serie A and Sky agree "€262.5m" deal for secondary rights contract". www.sportspromedia.com. Retrieved 2021-09-12.
  5. ^ "Sky Italia reaches agreement with DAZN to put Serie A in bars". www.broadbandtvnews.com. Retrieved 2021-09-12.
  6. ^ "OneFootball trasmetterà gli highlights di tutte le partite di Serie A". www.onefootball.com.
  7. ^ "Sports 18 Official Twitter Account". Twitter.com. 2022-08-10. Retrieved 2022-08-10.
  8. ^ "TRING merr kampionatin italian, Seria A do transmetohet deri në vitin 2024". visionplus.tv. Vision Plus. 17 August 2021. Retrieved 17 August 2021.
  9. ^ "La Serie A, en Movistar+ – Movistar+". www.movistarplus.es. Retrieved 2021-08-18.