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V Sport Football is a Swedish channel owned and operated by the Nordic Entertainment Group. The channel was launched on October 17, 2008 as Viasat Fotboll. The channel would be rebranded in 2020 to V Sport Football. V Sport Football is part of the V Sport network of sports channels.
Over the years, V Sport Football has been the main channel for the network when it comes to covering football. Additional to live games, the channel has also included highlights, pre and post-match coverage, league documentaries and other football-related shows. When there is more than one football game taking place, V Sport Football may see other channels stepping in as overflow options to cover all the leagues covered by the network.
Some of the football leagues covered by the network over the years have included the Dutch Eredivisie, the French Ligue 1, the Danish First Division, the German Bundesliga, the English Premier League, and the Australian A-League. Cup tournaments such as the English League Cup and the English FA Cup have also found screen time on this channel. Furthermore, tournaments such as the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League have also been covered on this network for many years.
V Sport Football was launched as a Standard Definition channel, but a High-Definition feed that mirrors the content of the SD version was launched in 2009. Both feeds might still be available in most regions of the country. Added to its availability in Sweden, the channel may also be found in some pay-tv carriers in Finland.
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V Sport Football New Biss Key 2021
FIFA Women’s World Cup (2023)
Nordic Entertainment (NENT) Group has acquired exclusive rights to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The Nordic multi-platform broadcaster will air every match on OTT streaming service Viaplay, while its free-to-air networks will telecast select games.
Copa América (2019-2021)
Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) has acquired exclusive broadcast rights to the 2021 and 2024 Copa América tournaments in Sweden and four other countries. All 28 games from the 2021 Copa América competition will be shown live on NENT Group’s (over-the-top) OTT subscription streaming service Viaplay.
UEFA Europa League (2021-2024)
NENT Group has secured exclusive Europa League in Sweden, Norway and Finland in a three-year deal that will run from 2021 to 2024. All Europa League matches will be live on Viaplay, with extensive studio programming. Games will be available on Viasat’s pay-offerings across the region, whereas NENT Group’s Swedish, Danish and Norwegian linear TV channels will also select matches.
The pan-Nordic media company is set to offer all the Europa League action with local-language commentary in all three countries.
England – Premier League (2019-2022)
England – League Cup (2018-2022)
Germany – Bundesliga (2025-2029)
NENT Group will now continue to have exclusive rights to the Bundesliga in Sweden through 2029 after extending their prior four-year deal with Bundesliga International, a subsidiary of the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga.
Viewers will be able to live-stream over 300 Bundesliga matches per season, plus the relegation-promotion play-offs via Viaplay’s OTT service
Game-day commentary and analysis will be provided in Swedish, as well as key match highlights and postgame shows.
Germany – DFB Pokal (2019-2022)
England – Women’s Super League (2019-2022)
Germany – Bundesliga 2 (2021-2025)
Viewers will be able to enjoy 300 2. Bundesliga matches each season over the course of the next four years via Viaplay’s high-def OTT’s live-streaming service, with game-day comments, key match highlights, and analysis all provided in Swedish.
UEFA Europa Conference League (2021-2024)
Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) has acquired exclusive UEFA Europa Conference League media rights from 2021 to 2024 in Sweden, Norway and Finland. The TV operator will show all the matches live on its large collection of television channels in the region, consisting of Viasat and many other linear TV networks.