Sky Sport (Italy)

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Sky Sport
Sky Sport - Logo 2018.svg
Launched 2003
Owned by Sky Italia (Sky plc)
Picture format 576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Country  Italy
Language Italian
Broadcast area  Italy
Availability
Satellite
Sky Channel 201–206
Channel 200, 250, 500 (Sky Sport 24)
Channel 248–265 (Sky Calcio)

Sky Sport is a group of nine sports satellite TV channels in the Italian language produced and broadcast by Sky Italia.

Sky Sport Uno

Sky Sport Uno (till 30 june 2018, Sky Sport 1) is an association football-dedicated TV channel. It broadcasts three live Serie A match every Sunday, the UEFA Europa League, the Premier League and all European Qualifiers (with Italy matches delayed) and South American Qualifiers matches live.

Sky Sport Arena

Sky Sport Arena is a Sports-dedicated TV channel.

Basketball

Wrestling (until 30th June 2020)

Motor racing

American football

Rugby union

Sky Sport Football

Sky Sport Football is a Sports-dedicated TV channel.

Football

Basketball

Golf

Tennis

Sky Sport 24

Sky Sport 24 is Italia's only 24-hour rolling sports news channel. It features breaking news, results and sporting events around the clock.

Other channels

  • Sky Sport Uno HD
  • Sky Sport Football HD
  • Sky Sport Arena HD
  • Sky Sport Golf HD
  • Sky Sport F1 HD (since 2013)
  • Sky Sport MotoGP HD (since 2014)
  • Sky Sport NBA HD
  • Sky Calcio (since 2003) / HD (since 2009)
  • Sky Sport Serie A HD
  • Sky Sport 24 (since 2008) / HD (since 2011)

External links

  • Sky Sport on sky.it (in Italian)


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