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List of UEFA Europa League broadcasters

This article list all the confirmed broadcasters for the UEFA Europa League with each broadcaster holding three season broadcasting rights. The current cycle will be from 2012–2015.

Current broadcasters

2015–2018 seasons

Territory Free Pay Ref
23x15px Austria Puls 4 [1][2]
23x15px Belarus Belteleradio [3]
23x15px Belgium Telenet [3]
23x15px Bosnia and Herzegovina Telekom Srbija [3]
23x15px Brazil Esporte Interativo ESPN Brasil [3]
23x15px Brunei Astro SuperSport [3]
23x15px Cambodia beIN Sports [4]
23x15px Canada [5]
 Caribbean [6]
23x15px Colombia RCN TV [3]
23x15px Croatia HRT T-Hrvatski Telekom [3]
23x15px Czech Republic ČT Nova Sport [3]
23x15px Finland Nelonen [3]
23x15px France M6 beIN Sports [3]
23x15px Germany Sport1 Sky Deutschland [2][7]
23x15px Greece OTE [8]
Template:Country data Hong Kong Fox Sports [9]
23x15px Hungary RTL Group RCS & RDS [3]
Template:Country data Iceland 365 Media [3]
Template:Country data Indonesia beIN Sports [4]
23x15px Ireland Setanta Sports [10]
Template:Country data Israel Charlton Ltd [3]
23x15px Italy Sky Italia Sky Italia [11]
Template:Country data Japan SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation [3]
23x15px Laos beIN Sports [4]
 Latin America [6]
23x15px Macedonia MRT Telekom Srbija [3]
23x15px Malaysia Astro SuperSport [3]
23x15px Malta PBS Melita [12][13]
 MENA beIN Sports [14]
23x15px Moldova Realitatea TV [3]
23x15px Montenegro [3]
23x15px Myanmar Sky Net [15]
23x15px Netherlands RTL Fox Sports [1][16]
23x15px Portugal SIC Sport TV [3][17]
23x15px Romania Pro TV Telekom Romania [3][18]
23x15px Serbia RTS Telekom Srbija [3]
23x15px Slovakia RTVS Nova Sport [3]
23x15px Slovenia Pro Plus United Media Limited [3]
 South Asia TEN Sports [19]
23x15px Spain beIN Sports [20][21]
 Sub-Saharan Africa [3][22]
23x15px Suriname STVS [3]
23x15px Thailand beIN Sports [4]
23x15px Turkey TRT Türk Telekom [23]
23x15px Ukraine Ukrayina Media Group Ukraine [24]
23x15px United Kingdom BT Sport [25][26]
23x15px United States [27][28]
23x15px Venezuela Meridiano Televisión [3]
23x15px Vietnam KJ Investment Group [3]
^1 – Only highlights programme

References

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