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  • FreeSports to show Premiership Rugby Shield
  • Elite League and FreeSports announce live games for 2018/2019

TV Schedule

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Live Events

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Our Content

Basketball

  • British Basketball League — Weekly live coverage from the BBL including the Cup Final, Trophy Finals and Playoff Final from the O2
  • ACB Basketball — Copa Del Rey Finals series

Football

  • Portuguese Primeira Liga 
  • National League Highlights each Monday
  • Copa do Brasil — live games from every round
  • Centenary Shield
  • LIVE International Friendlies

Motorsport

  • FIA World Rallycross Championship
  • Australian V8 Supercars 
  • NASCAR Xfinity series 
  • Swedish Speedway live/delayed
  • Polish Speedway live/delayed
  • Monster Jam highlights
  • Arena Cross highlights
  • Super Cross highlights
  • FIM Trial GP highlights
  • FIM Enduro GP highlights
  • Super Enduro World Championship highlights
  • Formula Drift highlights
  • On the Limit Sport magazine show

Ice Hockey

  • Elite Ice Hockey League — LIVE games every 2 weeks & highlights
  • National Hockey League – 3 games a week that can’t be shown live on Premier Sports.
  • International Ice Hockey Federation – 20 live games from Championships and 5 GB games from Div1A
  • Champions Hockey League – 20 live games
  • Swedish Hockey League – 2 live games a week
  • KHL 
  • Spengler Cup live semi's and final
  • GB u18s World Championship

Rugby League

  • Rugby AM
  • Rugby League Backchat
  • Live Rugby League NCL each week

MMA

  • Cage Warriors UK
  • One Championship ASIA
  • Glory Kickboxing
  • IMMAF MMA highlights

Rugby Union

  • PRO14, 1 game LIVE each round as well as weekly highlights
  • BUCS Super Rugby

Boxing

  • FreeSports Fight Nights — Monthly live British Boxing

Other Sports

  • IPA — Live Pool FreeSports Champions Cup every Monday
  • ATP 250 Tennis events — coverage of semi-finals and finals of over 20 events throughout the year
  • Red Bull Air Races live and highlights 
  • New York, Berlin and Melbourne Marathons
  • Spanish Basketball League and Copa Del Rey final stages
  • FEI Nations Cup
  • FIS Magazine show
  • Transworld Sport
  • Drone Champions League
  • Weight Lifting World Championships
  • Pro Bull Riding
  • Golfing World
  • Crankworx World Tour

How to Watch


How do I view FreeSports?

FreeSports is available on Freeview HD channel 95, Sky channel 422, Virgin TV 130/553, FreeSat 252, TalkTalk 95, BT Vision channel 95 & via TVPlayer.

For those living in Ireland, Sky users can manually tune in FreeSports using the following co ordinates:

  • Frequency: 11.426
  • Polarisation: V
  • 27.5
  • FEC: 5/6

 

FreeSports to show Premiership Rugby Shield

This season brings another significant milestone for Premiership Rugby with news that FreeSports Channel, will provide live TV coverage for the new Premiership Rugby Shield.

One live match per round in The Premiership Rugby Shield - which replaces the A League - will be broadcast on FreeSports starting with last year's runners-up Exeter Braves travelling to Allianz Park to take on Saracens Storm on Monday 3rd September. (7.45pm)

FreeSports is available in every household across Great Britain on Freeview HD channel 95, Sky channel 422, Virgin TV 553, FreeSat 252, TalkTalk 95, BT Vision channel 95 & via TVPlayer.

 "The Premiership Rugby Shield has gone from strength to strength and an indication of how attractive the competition has become is shown in today's announcement, which sees live TV coverage for the first time in its history this season," said Premiership Rugby's Head of Broadcast, Oliver Lewis.

"Monday Night Rugby will become part of the sport's landscape very quickly and a significant audience on what is a vibrant new sports channel and we are delighted to partner with them.

"The Premiership Rugby Shield plays a vital role within Premiership Rugby, helping develop the country's best young players and frequently the sides feature Test players alongside them."#

Richard Webb, COO of FreeSports said;

“We are thrilled to confirm that FreeSports will be showing the Premiership Rugby Shield live on free to air television in the UK. This deal will allow the league to become more high profile, give it the awareness it deserves and play a crucial role in the development of young rugby players in the UK.
 

The full line-up for the first five rounds is:

Round 1 – Monday 03 September 19.45 Saracens Storm v Exeter Braves, Allianz Park

Round 2 – Monday 10 September 19.45 Harlequins v Bristol United, Twickenham Stoop

Round 3 – Monday 24 September 19.45 Northampton Wanderers v Wasps, Franklin’s Gardens

Round 4 – Monday 01 October 19.45 Newcastle Falcons v Northampton Wanderers, Kingston Park

Round 5 – Monday 17 December 19.45 Gloucester United v Bristol United, Kingsholm

For more details see freesports.tv

Elite League and FreeSports announce live games for 2018/2019

The Elite Ice Hockey League and FreeSports have announced the games which will be televised live in the 2018/19 season.

After discussions, the list was finally agreed upon that will see cameras across all Elite League venues in the coming campaign, bringing live action from 17 games to television screens, including a game in late March.

Plus FreeSports will screen a preview show on the 4th September at 8pm in the build-up to the new campaign.

Starting the coverage off will be champions Cardiff Devils hosting Milton Keynes Lightning on Sunday 16th September – the night of their championship banner unfurling.

From there, FreeSports’ cameras will move to Nottingham on Wednesday 26th September, where Rich Chernomaz’s Panthers host the Devils.

Also included is a Challenge Cup semi-final, two play-off quarter finals and the play-off final, live from Nottingham on Sunday 14th April.

As well as showing a live game every second week, FreeSports will broadcast a highlights show every week as either a standalone programme or as part of the live game coverage, keeping fans in the picture throughout the season.

Presenting the coverage is Aaron Murphy, a man no stranger to UK audiences with his previous EIHL work, the NHL and World Championships and he’s looking forward to touring the country.

“Now that we know where we’re going to be this season, it adds an extra excitement for everyone on the FreeSports team,” he said.

“There are venues I’ve yet to visit, such as Guildford and Milton Keynes and I’m looking forward to revisiting places I haven’t been to in some time.

“The fans can also start to look ahead to what’s going to happen now as a thrilling Elite League season gets ready to play out in front of our eyes.

“There’s a lot to look forward to and I’m delighted to be able to bring EIHL action to the viewers of FreeSports.”

Elite League chairman Tony Smith spoke of his pleasure at revealing the games that will be shown and he admits getting the list together had its difficulties.

He added: “We’re finally over the line as you can see from the list, there are going to be some exciting games to watch on FreeSports in the coming season.

“To get to this point, there were a lot of logistical considerations to take into account when it came to deciding which games would be shown.

“There had to be suitability from the venues and the teams, not to mention from FreeSports themselves and a number of factors came into play before agreement was reached.

“Nevertheless, I’m thrilled we’ve got there and I want to thank Richard Webb and everyone at FreeSports for their support and I’m looking forward to working with them this season.”

 

LIST OF TELEVISED GAMES FOR 2018/19

(Please note list is subject to change at a later date, TBC game to be added for March)

DATE

FIXTURE

TIME

Sun, 16th Sept

Cardiff Devils vs Milton Keynes Lightning

6:00pm

Wed, 26th Sept

Nottingham Panthers vs Cardiff Devils

7:30pm

Wed, 10th Oct

Belfast Giants vs Guildford Flames

7:30pm

Wed, 31st Oct

Glasgow Clan vs Cardiff Devils

7:30pm

Wed, 14th Nov

Milton Keynes Lightning vs Glasgow Clan

7:30pm

Wed, 21st Nov

Cardiff Devils vs Fife Flyers

7:30pm

Wed, 5th Dec

Dundee Stars vs Belfast Giants

7:30pm

Thurs, 27th Dec

Sheffield Steelers vs Nottingham Panthers

TBC

Wed, 16th Jan

Manchester Storm vs Guildford Flames

7:30pm

Wed, 30th Jan

Guildford Flames vs Sheffield Steelers

7:30pm

Wed, 13th Feb

Challenge Cup Semi Final

TBC

Wed, 27th Feb

Fife Flyers vs Belfast Giants

7:30pm

Wed, 20th Mar

Glasgow Clan vs Cardiff Devils

7:30pm

Sat, 6th Apr

Play-off Quarter Final

TBC

Sun, 14th Apr

Play-off Final

TBC