Bundesliga 2022-23 Broadcasting Rights (Worldwide)

Bundesliga Broadcast TV ChannelsBundesliga is the highest tier domestic soccer competition in Germany. It is one of the top 5 domestic soccer leagues in Europe. The German top flight is pretty much popular not only within European continent but also in Asia and America. According to stats, in average, as many as 1.17 million TV watchers enjoys the Bayern Munich games on pay TV channels. In this content, we will enlist all the broadcasting TV channels across the world, which broadcast German Bundesliga in different countries and regions. Find out Bundesliga 2022-23 Broadcasting TV Channels List. BUNDESLIGA TV SCHEDULE.

Bundesliga 2022-23 Broadcasting TV Channels List

Germany and Austria:

Match Day Match Starting Time Broadcasting Source
Fridays 8:30 pm CET DAZN
Saturdays 3:30 pm CET Sky Sport Bundesliga (5 Games)
6:30 pm CET Sky Sport Bundesliga (1 Game)
Sundays 1:30 pm CET DAZN (1 Game, 5 times in a Season)
3:30 pm CET Sky Sport Bundesliga (1 Game)
6 pm CET Sky Sport Bundesliga (1 Game)
Mondays 8:30 pm CET DAZN (1 Game, 5 times in a Season)
  • ZDF, a Free TV Channel Broadcasts the Friday Night Fixtures During Match Week 1st, 17th and 18th.

Europe:

Country or Region Broadcasting Source
Albania, Baltic, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia Eurosport 2
Andorra, Spain Movistar+
Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova Setanta Sports
Azerbaijan Idman TV, Setanta Sports
Belgium, Portugal Eleven Sports
Cyprus PrimeTel
Czech Republic, Slovakia Digi Sport
Denmark TV3 Sport, Xee
Finland Viasat Sport
France beIN SPORTS
Greece Cosmote Sport
Hungary Sport1
Iceland Viaplay
Ireland, United Kingdom BT Sport
Italy, San Marino Sky Sport
Kosovo Art Motion
Liechtenstein, Switzerland Sky Sport, Euro Sport 2 Xtra
Luxembourg Eleven Sport, Sky Sport
Malta Total Sports Network
Netherlands ESPN
Norway, Sweden V Sport
Poland Eleven Sports, NC+
Romania Digi Sport, Telekom Sport, Look Sport
Russia Match TV
Turkey ATV, Kanal D, S Sport
Ukraine Football, MEGOGO

Asia:

Country or Region Broadcasting Source
Brunei, Malaysia Astro SuperSport
Central Asia Setanta Sports
China PPTV, Migu, Youku
Hong Kong, Macau Sports2World
India Sony Ten Network
Indonesia NET, Mola TV
Japan Sky PerfecTV!
Mongolia Unitel
Myanmar Sky Net
Singapore StarHub
South Korea KBS, SPOTV
Tajikistan Varzish TV, Football TV
Thailand PPTV
Uzbekistan Sport
Vietnam VTV, On Sports

Americas:

Country or Region Broadcasting Source
Brazil Band
Canada Sportsnet
Caribbean Flow Sports
Central America, Dominican Republic Sky Sports
Colombia Win Sports
Ecuador CDF
Mexico Fox Sports, TV Azteca, Sky Sports
Puerto Rico, United States of America ESPN+
Spanish Speaking Americas’ Countries Claro Sports
South America OneFootball

Sub-Saharan Africa:

Country or Region Broadcasting Source
Ghana GTV
South Africa SABC, StarSat
Sub-Saharan Africa StarTimes (English), Canal+ (French), Azam TV (Swahili)

Oceania:

Country or Region Broadcasting Source
Australia, New Zealand beIN SPORTS
Pacific Islands Digicel

MENA:

Country or Region Broadcasting Source
Palestine Sport1
  • US Viewers can enjoy Bundesliga actions through ESPN’s online streaming platform ESPN+. The service charges 5.99 USD per month and 49.99 USD per year. However, as a bundle package with Hulu and Disney+, the service costs 12.99 USD per month.
  • Canadian viewers can catch the actions live through Sportsnet’s online streaming services SN NOW and SN NOW+. SN NOW has a monthly subscription fee of 19.99 CAD. SN NOW+ can be subscribed on weekly, monthly as well as yearly basis. The service costs 9.99 CAD per week, 27.99 CAD per month and 249.99 CAD per year.

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