Astro Arena (TV channel)

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Astro Arena, Astro Arena HD
Launched26 March 2010 (Malaysia) (SD) 1 September 2016 (Malaysia) (HD)
Owned byAstro
Picture format16:9 (SDTV) & (HDTV)
SloganNadi Sukan Malaysia
Broadcast areaMalaysia
HeadquartersKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
AstroChannel 801 (SD)
Channel 802 (HD)
NJOIChannel 801 (SD)

Astro Arena and Astro Arena HD is a Malaysian television station owned and operated by Astro. It is the first 24/7 Malay language sports channel in Malaysia. This channel can be viewed on channel 801 through Astro' Family Pack. Launched on 26 March 2010, it was the idea from the former Malaysian Minister of Youth and Sports YB. Dato' Sri Ahmad Shabery Cheek, together with the Olympic Council of Malaysia and Astro, to have a sports channel dedicated solely to the development of Malaysian sports.

Astro Arena and Astro Arena HD is a 4-in-one channel featuring live local sports, a comprehensive 7-day-a-week coverage of local and international sports news, informative magazine and information programming and interactive viewer involvement.[1]

The channel delivers 700 hours of live, local sports a year, with an additional 2000 hours of replays greatly expanding the amount of local sports available in the country. It also provides coverage of up to 56 hours a week of Malaysians competing at international levels or the best in world sports of a particular interest to the Malaysian audience.[1]

Astro Arena is currently available for free-to-view on Astro customers and on NJOI customers in Malaysia on Channel 801 in Standard Definition (SD) format and Channel 802 in High Definition (HD) format (Astro customers only).



  • Formasi
  • Formasi Ekstra
  • Forum
  • Grandstand Ahad
  • Kafe Sukan
  • Masa Tambahan
  • Nadi Arena
  • Raket
  • Bola@Mamak
  • Arena Sukan
  • Sehari Bersama
  • Flik
  • Dengan Izin
  • Sorakan 12
  • Masa Tambahan - Arena Bola
  • Masa Tambahan - Antarabangsa
  • Arena Bola
  • Deskripsi Nadi Arena - DNA

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  1. ^ a b "Astro Arena Channel 801". Retrieved 7 February 2013.

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