Spanish La Liga 2016-17 TV Channels Broadcasting Rights

Brand new season of La Liga will start on Saturday, 20 August 2016. This will be the 86th of the first division of the Spanish football. Here is the complete list of TV Channels Broadcasting Rights and their TV Schedule Showing La Liga Season 2016-2017.

La Liga broadcaster in Spain for Season 2016-2017:

In Spain, Telefonica has exclusive rights to show all games La Liga of season 2015-2016. Telefonica will telecast all the matches of on a single platform (Movistar +Services).

Spanish La Liga 2016-17 TV Channels Broadcasting Rights

Telefonica secured the deal for La Liga rights which is worth of €600m for season 2015-2016 which is higher than €588m that were paid for the domestic broadcast of last season.

The new deal for the La Liga is signed to level the field with the English Premier League, which has the most lucrative broadcasting deal in the European domestic football.  As per new TV rights, the TV money is shared equally among all  the all 20 Clubs of La Liga following the model of English Premier League of Tv rights and distribution.

The deal was announced by the LFP professional league and the telecom giants Telefonica on 10, July 2015.

Worldwide Coverage of La Liga Season 2016-2017:

The Overseas TV rights for La Liga for season 2016-2017 has sold in the deal of €500m.

  • In The UK, SKY Sports retained the rights for showing La Liga after agreeing the deal for next three years while fending off the strong interest from its main competitor BT Sport.
  • Sky Sports is showing La Liga for last Twenty years. The new deal is worth of around £60m
  • beIN Sports has agreed a new landmark deal to telecast the La Liga season 2016-2017 in The USA. The previous deal was expired at the end of last season.
  • beIN Sports new deal for La Liga rights is for next five years and this deal will run until 2020.
  • beIN Sports has also acquired rights to broadcast La Liga in the Middle East and most of the African Countries.

—->>Sony KIX has sealed the exclusive rights to broadcast La Liga for next three seasons in Subcontinents. As per deal, the channel holds the exclusive rights to broadcast the league to the India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives starting from Season 2016-2017.

SpainTelefonica exclusive coverage (Moviestar +)
USAbeIN Sports (signed a new deal)
Canada beINSports
CaribbeanSports Max
South AmericaESPN Latin America (selected matches live every week), DirectTV (every match available live)
Middle-East countries beINSports (Both in English and Spanish)
United Kingdom Sky Sports (sign new three year deal worth £18million a season)
IrelandSky Sports
AustraliabeIN Sports Australia
New Zealand & Pacific CountriesSkyNZ (in negotiations but not confirmed yet)
Brazil  ESPN Brazil (selected matches) FoxSports  (Exclusive rights with Portuguese coverage)
Mexico Direct TV & ESPN Latin
Middle-east & North AfricabeIN Sports (exclusive rights all over middle-eastern countries plus several north african countries)
South Africa & Sub-Sahara Africa Super Sport (exclusive rights in South Africa in english coverage), Canal+(french coverage in some african countries)
Brunei & MalaysiyaAstro SuperSport (exclusive rights in Brunei and Malaysia)
India & Sub-Continent countriesSon Six & Son Kix (Exclusive rights in India, Pakistanm Bangladesh and other adjacent countries) PTV (Pakistan)
ScandanivaViasat Sport (Exclusive rights in Denmark, Finland, Sweden & Norway)
GermanyLaola.Tv & (mobile & online streams)
France beINSports (exclusive rights of La Liga in France with french coverage)
Italy FoxSports Italia (Exclusive rights)
AustriaLaola.Tv & (mobile & online streams)
BelgiumEleven Sports (selected matches), TeleNet
Czech RepublicDigiTV
Portugal SportTV (Exclusive rights)
RussianNTV Plus (exclusive rights)
PolandEleven Sports
Romania & SlovakiaDigiSport (exclusive rights in Romania and Slovakia)
Eastern European CountriesSport Klub (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovania)
South KoreaKBS N Sports & SkySports
Ex-Soviet CountriesSetanta Sports (exclusive rights in countries like Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan)
IndonesiaOrange TV
Chine & TaiwanPPTV (exclusive rights in Chine and Taiwan). Guangdong Sports (selected matches in some Chinese states)
Eastern EuropeanNTV Plus (exclusive rights)
Some Baltic CountriesSetanta Sports (exclusiv rights in Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania Moldova)
Thailand & CambodiabeIN Sports

  • tomasz

    canal + in Poland ? Auction for Poland hasn’t finished yet !? Or they know more than people in Canal+ in Poland….

  • Dariusz

    Maybe they know better

  • speedy

    As far as i know, the rights haven’t been sold for some countries like Germany, Poland, Austria…

    The ones listed here, seem to be the previous right holders

    • Rahul Bhatia

      Most of them renewed their contracts

      • speedy

        Right after i wrote it, i saw a press release from the sportsman media group. They renewed their rights.

  • edwin

    Is tv right for indonesian has been sold to foxsport asia???

  • floryn

    In Romania,who has the tv right?

  • Cr

    Romanian=Digi Sport

  • Reus

    in Romania is Digi Sport !

  • Shavkat

    What about Uzbekistan? Is there any channel which can broadcast la liga 2015 /2016?

  • edwin

    That’s all HOAX,,???

  • Meo

    Canal9 in Denmark still didn’t agere the deal

  • Rakee

    In Philippines, who has the tv rights?

    • beIN Sports has the La Liga Rights in Philippines.