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BBC HD is a high-definition television channel provided by the BBC. The BBC HD channel is a mixed-genre service. Its aim, as far as possible, is to showcase programmes produced in HD from the schedules of other BBC channels. The Euro 2008 Championships were broadcast during June and from 8 August BBC HD showed coverage of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games, considerably extending the channel's operating hours to do so. Coverage of the Australian Open and French Open tennis tournaments in HD, which the BBC hold the rights to along with Eurosport, are expected to start in 2009. BBC Sport officials have indicated that they hope to offer all of their output in HD by 2012, based on the availabilities of global feeds and planned new studios or HD-friendly renovations in London and Manchester.
Watch the World Cup Live on BBC HD. The following is a list of World Cup TV Broadcast Schedules available on a Country basis and the respective tv channels available which have acquired the World Cup TV broadcast rights. The Live World Cup Match broadcasts are subject to updates and changes due to various factors, therefore we suggest that you check back on the day prior to each Live World Cup Match for any possible broadcast updates to the world cup live tv schedules and repeat broadcasts of each match.
Since you are on LiveSoccerTV.com most likely you are not at the World Cup in South Africa, therefore we hope you enjoy the 2010 FIFA world cup on tv at home or in your favorite pub. We wish your Country the best of luck in this World Cup.
UK public-service broadcaster the BBC secured the rights for the English FA Cup through a joint bid with pay-television broadcaster BT Sport. The BBC, which will be offering live FA Cup coverage across all platforms (television, online, mobile and tablet), will share the rights with BT from the 2014-15 season till the end of the 2017-18 season.
The BBC and BT Sport have acquired live rights to the FA Community Shield in a joint bid. This will enable them to broadcast the special clashes between the Premier League winners and the FA Cup winners from 2014 to 2018.