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2017/2018 Primeira Liga broadcast guide

2017/18 Primeira Liga global broadcast guide to watch the Liga PT on TV, online, on-demand

August 2, 2017 By Michelle Bonsu
LiveSoccerTV.com provides you with all the info you want to catch the 2017/2018 Primeira Liga season on TV, online, and on-demand.

Global Broadcasters for Portuguese Primeira Liga

Primeira Liga (2017-18 Season) – USA Broadcasters

In USA, Primeira Liga streams will be available on premium digital platform fuboTV, which also carries Benfica TV—the official TV service of Portuguese side SL Benfica. Satellite and cable broadcaster Univision Deportes is also expected to carry select matches live, along with international network RTP Internacional (RTPi).

Primeira Liga (2017-18 Season) – Canada Broadcasters

In Canada, live Primeira Liga action will be accessible via fuboTV Canada. The subscription-based streaming service, which has apps for various devices and platforms, will simulcast matches aired on Benfica TV in addition to its exclusive streams.

Primeira Liga (2017-18 Season) – UK Broadcasters

BT Sport will air live games on BT Sport ESPN and BT Sport Extra. Matches picked by the network will be streamed live on the BT Sport app.

Primeira Liga (2017-18 Season) - Australian Broadcasters

Due to the lack of broadcast deals for the Portuguese League, viewers in Australia may have to rely on RTPi for select games throughout the season.

For a list of additional countries, please visit the Primeira Liga competition page to view specific territorial broadcasting rights.

NOTE: The broadcast information on this page will be regularly updated as new broadcast information is confirmed. Please bookmark the page to check back.

How can I find out who is playing?
Visit our Primeira Liga competition page for the most current official broadcast listings.

What is the current table ranking?
Visit our Primeira Liga competition page for the latest table rankings.

2016-17 Primeira Liga Info and Highlights:

Primeira Liga Champions: Benfica

Top Scorers: 

  • 1st: Bas Dost (Sporting CP) - 34
  • 2nd: Tiquinho Soares (Porto) - 19
  • 3rd: Konstantinos Mitroglou (Benfica); Andre Silva (Porto) - 16

Most Assists

  • Tied for 1st: Gelson Martins (Sporting CP), Pizzi (Benfica), Alex Telles (Porto), Wilson Eduardo (Braga) - 8

Teams Relegated: Arouca, Nacional

Who are the 2017-18 Primeira Liga season promoted teams?

  • Promoted: Chaves, Feirense

Who qualified for the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League?
Benfica, as champions, again qualified for the latest edition of the Champions League. They will be joined by Porto, who finished in second. Meanwhile, Sporting CP, who rounded out the top three, will have to feature in a two-legged play-off, and their opponent will be determined on August 4th.

Who qualified for the 2017-18 UEFA Europa League?
Vitória de Guimarães will be the Primeira Liga's automatic representative in the Europa League. Meanwhile, Braga and Maritimo, who finished in fifth and sixth respectively are in action on July 27th and August 3rd in the third qualifying round. Braga will face either Israeli side Beitar Jerusalem or Bulgarian outfit Botev Plovdiv. Maritimo's opponent will be either Bosnian side Željezničar Sarajevo or Sweden's AIK.

What were the biggest summer transfers?

Some of the players who departed the Primeira Liga include Porto's Andre Silva, in a €38M move to AC Milan, whilst Benfica duo Victor Lindelöf and Nélson Semedo departed for Manchester United and Barcelona in deals worth €35M and €30.5M respectively. 

What were the biggest managerial changes before the start of the season?

Porto boss Nuno Espírito Santo resigned in May, and has been replaced by Sérgio Conceição as of June 8th. Other from that, there have not been much changes in who's on the tactician's bench in this league.

Other changes to note?

Portugal dropped from fifth to seventh place in the UEFA association coefficient rankings at the end of the 2016-17 season. As a result, the league has lost one of its UEFA Champions League berths.

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