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Broadcast/cable networks of selected major sports and sporting events:

See also: Broadcasting of sports events

United States

Auto Racing


(starting in 2007)


  • FOX: races #1 (Daytona 500) through 13
  • TNT: races #14-19
  • ABC/ESPN: races #20-36
  • SPEED: All-Star Challenge

Busch Series: All races on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2

Craftsman Truck Series: All races on SPEED, except for two races on FOX

Other auto racing series

  • IRL IndyCar Series: all races on ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 (through 2009)
  • Formula One: SPEED broadcasts Friday's 2nd Practice, Qualifying and the Race live for 13 events; FOX airs 4 races (2 live, 2 on tape-delay)
  • Champ Car World Series: In 2007 11 Events will be shown on ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 with the rest of the TV package TBC
  • Supercross: CBS/Speed Channel


Major League Baseball

Changes for 2007 Season

  • FOX: 26 Saturday afternoon games; All-Star Game; one League Championship Series*; World Series
  • TBS: 26 Sunday afternoon games (beginning 2008); regular-season tiebreak games, if needed; Division Series games; one League Championship Series*
  • TNT: Division series games not aired on sister network TBS
  • ESPN: Sunday night games and two additional games per week; Opening Day games
  • *In 2007, FOX will air the American League Championship Series, while TBS will air the National League CS. These rights will alternate years through 2013.

Additionally, local or regional broadcasters contract with the MLB team in their area for the right to broadcast a number of regular season games locally. These broadcasters can be traditional over-the-air television stations as well as regional cable sports channels. Three clubs (Atlanta Braves on TBS, Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox on WGN-TV) contract with local affiliates which have become superstations, so their regular season games are available nationwide. (Braves games will no longer be offered nationwide on TBS beginning in 2008.)

Source: MLB Press Release [1]


National Basketball Association

  • ABC: national broadcast contract (Sunday games); NBA Finals
  • TNT: Thursday night doubleheader; All-Star Game; Western Conference Finals
  • ESPN: Wednesday night game and Friday night doubleheader; Eastern Conference Finals
  • NBA TV: Saturday, Monday and Tuesday night games

Additionally, local or regional broadcasters contract with the NBA team in their area for the right to broadcast a number of regular season games locally. These broadcasters can be traditional over-the-air television stations as well as regional cable sports channels. WGN, a Chicago-based superstation, broadcasts a limited number of Chicago Bulls regular season games on their national feed, fewer than they provide locally.

Women's National Basketball Association

  • ABC: national broadcast contract (Saturday games)
  • ESPN2: selected weeknight games, playoffs, and WNBA Finals

NCAA Basketball

  • CBS: NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.
  • ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU:NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament.
  • Nationally-televised regular-season games appear on ABC, CBS, CSTV, ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU, FSN, and others.


National Football League

See also: NFL on television
  • CBS: American Football Conference Sunday afternoon games; One Thanksgiving day game; four AFC playoff games; Super Bowls XLI (2007) and XLIV (2010)
  • FOX: National Football Conference Sunday afternoon games; one Thanksgiving day game; four NFC playoff games; Super Bowls XLII (2008) and XLV (2011)
  • NBC: Sunday night games; NFL Kickoff game; Two wild-card playoff games; Super Bowls XLIII (2009) and XLVI (2012)
  • ESPN: Monday night games
  • NFL Network: Eight late-season NFL games (starting Thanksgiving) on Thursday and/or Saturday Night
  • DirecTV: NFL Sunday Ticket - Pay-per-view rights to all CBS and FOX regular-season games


  • Sunday afternoon Interconference games air on the network of the visiting team's conference.
  • The network airing a given Super Bowl will also telecast that season's Pro Bowl.

Other pro football

  • Arena Football League: ESPN/ABC will air 26 regular season games and nine postseason games per year through 2011. The 2007 season includes 14 Monday night games on ESPN2, while the Arena Bowl will air on ABC.
  • Australian Rules Football: Setanta Sports North America
  • Canadian Football League: America One broadcasts three live games a week, plus all playoff games and the Grey Cup.
  • NFL Europa: All games (including World Bowl) on NFL Network

College Football Bowl games

Main article: College football on television#Television stations
  • FOX: Cotton, Orange, Fiesta and Sugar Bowls (2007-2010), plus BCS National Championship Game (2007-2009)
  • ABC: Capital One Bowl and Rose Bowl, plus BCS National Championship Game (2010)
  • CBS: Sun Bowl and Gator Bowl
  • NFL Net: Insight Bowl and Texas Bowl
  • All other bowl games air on ESPN or ESPN2.



  • Player's Championship - Golf Channel/NBC
  • The Masters - USA/CBS
  • U.S. Open - ESPN/NBC
  • British Open - TNT/ABC
  • PGA Championship - TNT/CBS
  • Ryder Cup - USA/NBC
  • Other PGA Tour coverage - CBS, NBC, The Golf Channel


  • Kraft Nabisco Championship (formerly Dinah Shore): ESPN2/ABC
  • LPGA Championship: Golf Channel/CBS
  • U.S. Women's Open: ESPN2/NBC
  • British Women's Open: TNT/ABC
  • Solheim Cup and other LPGA events: Golf Channel


National Hockey League

  • Versus: One to three regular-season games/week, playoffs, Stanley Cup Finals (games 1-2)
  • NBC: Sunday afternoon late-season games, weekend afternoon playoff games and Stanley Cup Finals (games 3-7)

Additionally, viewers near the Canadian border, especially in the Detroit and Buffalo markets, can view CBC broadcasts of Hockey Night in Canada, playoffs and Stanley Cup Finals. CBC reaches most cable subscribers in Michigan and the Buffalo area, and CBC broadcasts of NHL playoff games often get better ratings in those markets than the simultaneous American broadcast when both are available.

Local or regional broadcasters contract with the NHL team in their area for the right to broadcast a number of regular season games locally. These broadcasters can be traditional over-the-air television stations as well as regional cable sports channels.

NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship

ESPNU: Regional Semifinals/Finals

ESPN2: National Semifinals

ESPN: National Championship

Horse Racing

  • Kentucky Derby* and Preakness Stakes*: NBC
  • Belmont Stakes*: ABC
  • Breeders' Cup: ESPN
  • U.S. Triple Crown races


National Lacrosse League: Versus contracted to televise game of the week beginning in 2007.

Olympic Games

NBC has broadcast rights through the 2012 Summer Games. Events also appear on NBC's sister networks CNBC, MSNBC, USA, Bravo, Telemundo (in Spanish) and Universal HD.


Major League Soccer

  • ESPN/ESPN2: game of the week, select playoff games.
  • Azteca America: selected Chivas USA away games in Spanish.
  • ABC: season opener, MLS All-Star Game, MLS Cup Final
  • Fox Soccer Channel: game of the week.
  • Univision: Spanish language broadcasts beginning in 2007.

Primera División de México

Univision, Galavisión, TeleFutura, and Azteca America broadcast the top Division of Mexican Soccer in the USA.

FIFA World Cup

  • English-language: ABC/ESPN/ESPN2
  • Spanish-language: Univision/TeleFutura

Other Soccer

  • English Premier League: Fox Soccer Channel and Setanta Sports North America
  • Serie A: Fox Soccer Channel
  • Primera División Argentina: Fox Soccer Channel
  • UEFA Champions League: ESPN2 and Setanta Sports North America


  • Australian Open: ESPN2
  • French Open: ESPN2/The Tennis Channel/NBC
  • The Championships (Wimbledon): ESPN2/NBC
  • U.S. Open: USA/CBS


Association of Volleyball Professionals: FSN, with some events on FOX or NBC



Major League Baseball

RSN: Most Toronto Blue Jays games air on Sportsnet Ontario - many of these games air across the network, Seattle Mariners games air on Sportsnet Pacific, assorted games air on an individual basis on each of the several Sportsnet channels

The All Star Game, Division Series, League Championship Series, and World Series are televised exclusively on RSN (although the local FOX affiliate carried on cable and satellite also shows these games with American ads).

TSN: Approximately 20 Blue Jays games


National Basketball Association

RSN, The Score, and TSN broadcast Toronto Raptors games, plus select NBA games not involving the Raptors

NBA Playoffs air on all three networks; the NBA Finals are televised by TSN (although virtually every viewer who gets TSN also gets ABC on their TV package)


The Score air mosts of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.

Some regular-season and conference-tournament games air on The Score. Some cable systems offer packages of college games that air on ESPN or syndication in the U.S.


Canadian Football League

  • CBC - Saturday nights (Saturday afternoons after NHL season starts), Labour Day and Thanksgiving doubleheaders, and playoffs (contract expires after 2007 season)
  • TSN - all other games (all games as of 2008 season)
  • RDS - Montreal games in French.

National Football League

  • TSN - all primetime regular-season games (from NBC, ESPN, NFLN)
  • Global and select other local stations - regional Sunday afternoon games (1:00 ET games in most areas, 1:05 or 1:15 PT games on Global BC), all playoff games and Super Bowl (some shifted to CH in BC)
  • CH - regional Sunday afternoon games (4:05 / 4:15 ET games in most areas, 10:00 a.m. PT games on CH Victoria)
  • Rogers Sportsnet - Thanksgiving afternoon games

NBC, CBS, and Fox are available in Canada, as is NFL Sunday Ticket. NFL Network is also available, but its games are blacked out in Canada.

College football

Some NCAA games air on The Score. Bowl games are split between TSN and The Score. Some cable systems offer packages of college games that air on ESPN or syndication in the U.S.


National Hockey League

  • CBC (Hockey Night in Canada)
    • Regular season: Saturday night doubleheader, selected Saturday afternoon games, one weeknight game in late December / early January
    • Playoffs: Stanley Cup Finals; all games involving Canadian teams; maximum of four games per week [citation needed] if fewer than four games involving Canadian teams that week (during first three rounds)
  • TSN
    • Regular season (national): most national weeknight and Sunday games
    • Regular season (regional): selected Toronto games
    • Playoffs: All playoff games with two American teams, provided CBC's minimum has been met (and excluding the finals)
  • Rogers Sportsnet
    • Regular season (regional): selected games from all teams
  • RDS broadcasts Montreal and some Ottawa games in French (national)
  • Leafs TV, the official Toronto Maple Leafs broadcaster, have all that team's Thursday games (regional rights only)
  • Selected Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver games air on pay-per-view (in those regions only)

Current contract for national NHL broadcasts (i.e. CBC/TSN) expires at the end of the 2007-08 season.

Other events

  • TSN - National championships and most international events sanctioned by Hockey Canada
  • Rogers Sportsnet - Spengler Cup

University Sport

Canadian Interuniversity Sport

  • TSN Broadcasts the men's Telus Cup Ice Hockey championship.
  • The Score Broadcasts the Vanier Cup and national semifinals, men's national university basketball championship and OUA football games.
  • Rogers SportsNet Broadcasts regional games for the Canada West Universities Athletics Association
  • Réseau des sports Broadcasts Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference games, bowl games and the Vanier Cup in French, mainly in Quebec.
  • Eastlink Broadcasts Atlantic University Football, basketball and hockey games throughout the Maritime provinces via cable.


  • ATN

United Kingdom

Football related

  • FIFA World Cup: BBC, ITV & UKTV G2 until 2014
  • European Championship: BBC, ITV & Eurosport
  • African Cup of Nations: Eurosport & BBC
  • UEFA Champions League: ITV & Sky Sports until 2009
  • UEFA Cup : Five, ITV4, BBC Scotland (Scottish clubs), Eurosport & Sky One (ITV have exclusive rights from the quarter-finals onwards [2]) until 2009
  • FA Premier League: Sky Sports (Setanta Sports begins showing live matches with Sky in 2007.) BBC show highlights until 2010
  • Football League Championship: Sky Sports. ITV show highlights.
  • FA Cup: BBC & Sky Sports until 2008
  • English League Cup: Sky Sports
  • Scottish Premier League: Setanta Sports. stv show highlights.
  • Scottish Cup: Sky Sports (BBC Scotland show highlights & live coverage of the final and one other match from round three onwards.)
  • Scottish League Cup: BBC Scotland
  • La Liga: Sky Sports
  • Serie A: Setanta Sports
  • Bundesliga: Setanta Sports
  • Eredivisie: Setanta Sports
  • Portuguese Liga: Setanta Sports
  • Ligue 1: Setanta Sports
  • England football team: BBC & Sky Sports until 2008
  • Scotland football team: BBC Scotland & Sky Sports
  • Welsh football team :Sky Sports
  • French football team :Eurosport
  • FA Women's Cup: BBC

Multi-disciplines events

  • Olympic Games: BBC & Eurosport until 2012
  • Commonwealth Games: BBC
  • IAAF World Championships in Athletics: BBC & Eurosport
  • European Athletics Championships: BBC & Eurosport
  • European Cup: BBC & Eurosport
  • Norwich Union Athletics, and Indoor Athletics events held in the UK: BBC
  • Golden League Meetings: Setanta Sports
  • Grand Prix Meetings: Eurosport
  • IAAF World Cross Country Championships: BBC & Eurosport
  • London Marathon: BBC & Eurosport
  • Great North Run: BBC


  • Australian Open: BBC for some live matches & Eurosport
  • French Open: BBC for some live matches & Eurosport
  • Wimbledon: BBC until 2009
  • US Open: Sky Sports & Eurosport
  • ATP Tour: Sky Sports & Eurosport
  • WTA tour: Eurosport
  • Tennis Masters Series: Sky Sports
  • Davis Cup: Sky Sports
  • Great Britain Davis Cup: BBC
  • Tennis tournaments in Britain such as the Queen's Club Championships and Eastbourne: BBC until 2009

Rugby League

  • Super League (Europe): Sky Sports
  • Great Britain Rugby League: Sky Sports
  • Rugby League European Nations Cup: Sky Sports
  • Challenge Cup: BBC
  • Rugby League National Leagues: Sky Sports
  • National League Cup: Sky Sports
  • Rugby League Varsity Match: Sky Sports
  • NRL: Setanta Sports
  • Rugby League State of Origin: Sky Sports

Rugby Union

  • Rugby World Cup: ITV
  • RBS Six Nations: BBC & S4C until 2009
  • British and Irish Lions: Sky Sports
  • Ireland Rugby Union: BBC
  • Wales Rugby Union: BBC & S4C until 2010
  • Scotland Rugby Union: BBC
  • England Rugby Union: Sky Sports
  • Heineken Cup: Sky Sports
  • Guinness Premiership: Sky Sports
  • Powergen Cup: BBC
  • Celtic League: BBC, S4C & Setanta Sports until 2010
  • Super 14: Sky Sports
  • Top 14: Setanta Sports


  • British Open: BBC
  • US Masters: BBC until 2007
  • Ryder Cup: Sky Sports until 2008
  • U.S. Open: Sky Sports until 2009
  • PGA Championships: Sky Sports until 2016
  • PGA European Tour events in Britain such as the HSBC World Match Play Championship from Wentworth are on BBC until 2008
  • PGA European Tour: Sky Sports until 2008
  • PGA Tour: Setanta Sports
  • World Golf Championship: Sky Sports


  • World Boxing Association (W.B.A.) World Boxing Council (W.B.C.)International Boxing Federation (I.B.F.) World Boxing Organisation (W.B.O): ITV until 2007 & Sky Sports


  • Tour de France: Eurosport & ITV
  • World Cycling Championships: Eurosport and BBC
  • UCI ProTour: Eurosport

Horse Racing

  • Cheltenham Festival: Channel 4
  • Grand National: BBC
  • Epsom Derby: BBC
  • Royal Ascot: BBC
  • Newmarket Racecourse: Channel 4
  • Flat racing: BBC, Channel 4 until 2010, Sky Sports & At the Races
  • National Hunt racing: BBC, Channel 4 until 2010, Sky Sports & At the Races
  • US racing: At the Races, Racing World

Motor Racing

  • Champ Car: Eurosport & Motors TV (delayed)
  • Formula 1: ITV
  • World Series by Renault: Motors TV (delayed) & RaceWorld TV (highlights)
  • GP2: Eurosport & ITV (Highlights)
  • World Touring Car Championship: Eurosport
  • World Rally Championship: Eurosport & ITV (Highlights)
  • A1 Grand Prix: Sky Sports
  • Formula D: Bravo (television channel)
  • Moto GP: BBC and Eurosport
  • World Superbike: Eurosport & Channel 4 (Highlights)
  • Super GT: Motors TV (delayed)
  • Nextel Cup: North American Sports Network & Five (highlights)
  • V8 Supercar: Motors TV (delayed) & Five (highlights)
  • British Touring Car Championship: Motors TV & ITV
  • DTM: Motors TV
  • Grand Prix Masters: Sky Sports
  • FIA GT Championship: Bravo & Channel 4 (Highlights)
  • Indycar: Sky Sports & Five (highlights)
  • AMA Superbike: Motors TV (delayed)
  • British Superbike: ITV & Sky Sports (Delayed plus Supports)


  • World Snooker Championships: BBC & Eurosport
  • UK Championship: BBC & Eurosport
  • Grand Prix: BBC & Eurosport
  • Masters: BBC & Eurosport
  • The Malta Cup: Eurosport
  • The Welsh Open: Eurosport & BBC Wales
  • The China Open: Eurosport


  • BDO World Darts Championships: BBC
  • PDC World Darts Championships: Sky Sports


  • Test Match Cricket: Sky Sports (Five to show highlights for International Test Cricket in England) until 2010
  • One-day International Cricket: Sky Sports until 2010
  • Overseas Test Match Cricket: Sky Sports (BBC to show highlights of the 2006 Ashes series [3])
  • Overseas One-day International Cricket: Sky Sports
  • Cricket World Cup: Sky Sports (BBC to show Highlights in 2007)
  • Twenty20 Cup: Sky Sports until 2010
  • National League: Sky Sports until 2010
  • County Championship: Sky Sports until 2010
  • C&G Trophy: Sky Sports until 2010


  • World Rowing Championships: BBC & Eurosport
  • Rowing World Cup: Eurosport
  • The Boat Race: ITV until 2009

American Football

  • NFL Football regular season: Sky Sports & Five
  • NFL Football play-offs & Super Bowl: ITV & Sky Sports


  • Major League Baseball & World Series: North American Sports Network & Five

Ice Hockey

  • National Hockey League: North American Sports Network & Five



  • World Indoor Bowls: BBC
  • World Outdoor Bowls: Sky Sports


American Football

  • National Football League: FOX Sports

Australian Rules Football

AFL Premiership Season:

  • Seven Network: Friday Night Football, 1 Saturday Afternoon Match, 1 Saturday Night and 1 Sunday Afternoon Match. Brownlow Medal 2007 2009 2011, NAB CupFinal 2007 2009 2011 ,AFL Grand Final 2008 2010.
  • Network Ten: 1 Saturday Afternoon Match, 1 Saturday Night Match, Sunday Lunchtime Match and Sunday Twilight Match. Brownlow Medal, 2008 2010 NAB Cup Final 2008 2010, AFL Grand Final 2007 2009 2011.


  • National Basketball League: FOX Sports


  • Test Cricket: Nine Network
  • One-day International Cricket: Nine Network
  • Twenty20 Cricket World Championships: Nine Network
  • International Test Cricket tours: FOX Sports

In 2006, Fox Sports bought the rights to broadcast the Australian Domestic Cricket. The time slot will be Wednesday nights and Weekends

Football (Soccer)

  • Premier League: FOX Sports
  • A-League: FOX Sports
  • Socceroos: Fox Sports Australia


  • Australian Open:: Seven Network
  • British Open: Nine Network
  • U.S. Open: Nine Network
  • PGA European Tour: FOX Sports
  • PGA Tour: FOX Sports

Horse Racing

  • The Melbourne Cup: Seven Network
  • The Spring Racing Carnival: Seven Network

Motor Racing

  • V8 Supercars (2007-12): Seven Network
  • A1 Grand Prix: Network Ten
  • Champ Car World Series: Network Ten
  • Formula One: Network Ten
  • MotoGP: Network Ten
  • World Superbike: FOX Sports
  • MotoGP: FOX Sports
  • NASCAR: FOX Sports
  • A1 Grand Prix: FOX Sports


  • Beijing Olympics: Seven Network

Rugby League

  • National Rugby League: Nine Network/FOX Sports

Rugby Union

  • Bledisloe Cup: Seven Network
  • Tri-Nations: Seven Network
  • Rugby World Cup (2007): Network Ten
  • Super 14: FOX Sports
  • Australia Rugby Union: FOX Sports


  • The Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race: Seven Network


  • Telstra Swimming Championships: Nine Network


  • Australian Open: Seven Network
  • Kooyong Classic: Seven Network
  • The Gold Coast Hard Court Championships: Seven Network
  • ATP Masters Series: FOX Sports
  • Australian Open: FOX Sports
  • French Open: FOX Sports
  • Wimbledon: FOX Sports/Nine Network
  • US Open: FOX Sports/Nine Network

Winter Sports

  • Mt Buller World Aerials: Seven Network


Rugby Union

Super 14, Tri Nations: Fox Sports (in Australia), Sky Sports (in New Zealand), Supersport (in South Africa)[4].

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