beIN Sports 1 Turkey Live Streaming and TV Listings
Competitions available on beIN Sports 1 Turkey
England - Premier League (2022-2025)beIN Sports has acquired exclusive broadcast rights to the English Premier League in Turkey after signing a three year deal. This arrangement will come into effect just in time for the commencement of the 2022/23 Premier League campaign, and will see beIN Sports provide live and on-demand coverage of every single match.
More detailsIn addition, the pay-TV network, which replaces Saran Media at the end of the 2021/22 term, will provide bonus coverage, including pre and post match analysis, weekly highlights, and carefully curated shows.
England - League Cup (2022-2025)
Germany - Bundesliga (2021-2025)Pay-TV network BeIN Sports has secured exclusive broadcast rights for Germany’s Bundesliga in Turkey. Under terms of the deal, which runs for four years through the end of the 2024/2025 Bundesliga season, BeIN Sports will provide live TV broadcasts through its family of channels, while live streaming and on-demand access will be offered through its corresponding app, beIN CONNECT.
France - Ligue 1 (2021-2024)
France - Coupe de France (2023-2026)
France - Ligue 2 (2021-2024)
Germany - Bundesliga 2 (2021-2025)
Turkey - 1. Lig (2022-2024)BeIN Sports and its Digiturk subsidiary have signed an agreement with the Turkish Football Federation for the rights to the TFF 1. Lig. This lets the Qatari-based broadcaster remain the official broadcaster for the TFF First League in the Turkish market for two seasons.
Turkey - Super Lig (2022-2024)BeIN Sports and its subsidiary Digiturk have secured exclusive Turkish rights to the Süper Lig for another two years. In addition to airing the matches to its subscribers in Turkey, the Qatari-based broadcaster gets the privilege to distribute the Süper Lig games on its international networks or sell them to third parties, provided there are no existing rights holders for the Turkish league in the corresponding territories.
What satellites is beIN Sports 1 Turkey available on?
|DVB-S2, QPSK, MPEG-4, HD
|DVB-S, MPEG-4, HD
beIN Sports 1 Turkey History, Coverage, Features
beIN Sports Turkey is a network of pay-tv channels owned and operated by the beIN Media Group and Digiturk. It was launched on September 4, 2000 and was briefly known as Isik TV. It would start working under its current name on November 26, 2001. Some of the channels that have been included in the network are beIN Sports 1, beIN Sports 2, beIN Sports 3, beIN Sports 4, beIN Sports 5, beIN Sports Max 1, beIN Sports Max 2, and beIN Sports Haber. Added to the terrestrial channels, the company has also developed an online streaming service known as beIN CONNECT Turkey.
Over the years, beIN Sports Turkey has focused on broadcasting the most popular sports in the world. Some of the disciplines covered by the network over the years have included football, basketball, and tennis, to name a few. Additional coverage to live events has been provided with news and highlights shows.
beIN Sports 1 Turkey has frequently been referred to as the network’s flagship channel, since the most relevant live events have been aired on this channel as time has gone by. It was previously known as Lig TV for a brief period, but it settled to beIN Sports 1 once the beIN Media Group purchased the company. beIN Sports 1 has focused on broadcasting football, with the Turkish Super League, the Italian Serie A, the French Ligue 1, and the EFL Championship being some of the domestic tournaments covered by the channel. Other leagues such as the Australian A-League have also been available on this channel.
Speaking about international club tournaments, beIN Sports 1 has aired live games for the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, the UEFA Super Cup, and the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Last, but not least, the channel has also aired FIFA World Cup games.
beIN Sports 1 started airing content in Standard Definition, but a High-Definition feed was made available to all users in 2009. Years later, the network developed an Ultra HD feed, which has been downscaled to HD and SD to fit their subscribers’ needs.
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