Satellite viewers in the Netherlands and Belgium can watch live football matches from various European football competitions without any form of subscription. This can be done via FreeSports.
September 2, 2017
FreeSports has started unencrypted broadcasts via Astra2The satellite is at the broadcast location 28.2 degrees east. Although the sports channel broadcasts via a beam specifically directed to the UK, satellite viewers in the Netherlands and Belgium can watch FreeSports without any problems with smaller satellite dishes.
A lot of European football
FreeSports promises to stream to viewers at least ten football matches a week. To this end, it owns parts of the foreign broadcast rights to various football competitions. For example, two matches from the Portuguese Primeira Liga, three matches from the Belgian Pro League, two matches from the Argentine Premier League and one match from the Spanish La Liga 2 are broadcast each week. Live matches from the Airtricity League of Ireland can also be watched on a regular basis.
FreeSports has also entered into agreements with broadcasters of top European clubs Barcelona, Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Borussia Dortmund. In addition to a weekly hour with current club news, you can watch a full report of matches played by these football clubs on FreeSports within 24 hours after the final whistle.
In addition to football, many sports can be watched on the new sports channel. For example, ATP tennis, NHL ice hockey, and many motorsport competitions can be watched on FreeSports. The FreeSports channel is broadcast unencrypted on the Astra2 satellite via frequency 11.426 GHz V – 27500 – 5/6.
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