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Sky Sport (Italy)

Sky Sport
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 Italian language produced and broadcast by Sky Italia.

Sky Sport 1

Sky Sport 1 is an association football-dedicated TV channel. It broadcasts one live Serie A match every Sunday, the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, the Bundesliga, the Copa Libertadores, and the Copa Sudamericana.

Sky Sport 2

Sky Sport 2 is a Sports-dedicated TV channel.

Basketball

Wrestling

Motor racing

American football

Rugby union

Sky Sport 3

Sky Sport 3 is a Sports-dedicated TV channel.

Basketball

Golf

Tennis

Football

Other channels

  • Sky Sport 1 HD
  • Sky Sport 2 HD
  • Sky Sport 3 HD
  • Sky Sport 4 HD
  • Sky Sport F1 HD
  • Sky Sport MotoGP HD
  • Sky Sport Plus HD
  • Sky Super Calcio HD
  • Sky Sport 24 HD
  • Sky Calcio
  • Sky 3D: is a Sports-dedicated 3D TV channel.

External links

  • Sky Sport on sky.it (Italian)


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