SRF zwei Live Streaming and TV Listings
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Competitions available on SRF zwei
UEFA Nations League (2022-2028)
CONMEBOL–UEFA Cup of Champions (2021-2024)
UEFA Euro Qualifying (2022-2028)
Switzerland - Super League (2021-2024)
What satellites is SRF zwei available on?
|Hot Bird 13B
|DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HD 720
SRF zwei History, Coverage, Features
SRF zwei is a Swiss free-to-air channel owned and operated by the Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen. The channel was launched on September 1, 1997 as SF2, but it was later rebranded as as SF zwei in 2005. It would go through one more rebranding in 2012, when it acquired its current name. SRF zwei replaced the channels S Plus and Schweiz 4 and broadcasts most of its content in German.
SRF zwei has aimed its shows towards a younger audience, with special focus on movies, TV series, sporting events, and entertainment programs. Most of the content in the channel may also be available in its original language, especially when the shows were initially aired in the United States.
Speaking about sports, SRF zwei has built a reputation for hosting most games featuring the Swiss National Team. International competitions covered by this channel include the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA Euro, the UEFA Nations League, the UEFA Euro, and international friendlies featuring the Swiss side. Added to that, the network has also broadcast club competitions such as the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, the UEFA Super Cup, and the Swiss First Division.
SRF zwei has also covered other sports such as tennis. The channel has focused its coverage of this sport when Davis Cup and Fed Cup games featuring the Swiss team have been played.
The channel has offered viewers two different feeds: an SD feed, which goes back to the first days of the network, and an HD feed launched on February 29, 2012. Both these feeds are still available on select pay-tv carriers in the country.
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