beIN Sports (Spanish TV channel)

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beIN Sports
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Launched1 July 2015; 4 years ago (1 July 2015)
NetworkbeIN Sports
Owned bybeIN Media Group & Mediapro[1]
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Slogan"Change the game"
"Cambia el juego" (in Spanish)
Broadcast areaSpain, Andorra
HeadquartersBarcelona, Spain
Formerly calledGol Televisión[2]
Sister channel(s)beIN Sports MENA
beIN Sports France
beIN Sports USA
beIN Sports Canada
beIN Sports Australia
Movistar+beIN LaLiga (47)
beIN LaLiga MAX 1-4 (48–49, 181-182)
VodafonebeIN LaLiga (302)
beIN LaLiga MAX 1-4 (303–306)
TelecablebeIN LaLiga (101)
beIN LaLiga MAX 1-4 (110-113)
Movistar+beIN LaLiga (47)
beIN LaLiga MAX 1-4 (48–49, 181-182)
VodafonebeIN LaLiga (302)
beIN LaLiga MAX 1-4 (303–306)
OrangebeIN LaLiga (76)
beIN LaLiga MAX 1-4 (78–81)
Streaming media

beIN Sports Spain is a Spanish network of sports channels owned by Qatari Sports Investments (an affiliate of beIN Media Group) and operated by Mediapro. It is the Spanish version of the global sports network beIN Sports.

beIN Sports holds the rights to broadcast several major association football tournaments on Spanish television. From the 2016/2017 season, Bein Sports will broadcast La Liga and Copa del Rey, featuring exclusive coverage of the two main European competitions UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, the two main South American competitions Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana and top national leagues including Ligue 1 and Serie A, along with content from other leagues in Europe and the main national cups including Coupe de France, KNVB Beker, DFB-Pokal and Copa do Brasil.


On 1 July 2015, after the closure of Gol Televisión, beIN Sports Spain officially launched in Spain on the online platform TotalChannel and Gol Stadium owned by Mediapro. Keeping the channel free viewing until 31 August only for those who were paid to Gol Televisión.[3] On 1 August 2015, beIN Sports will become available on the main national Cable and Satellite platforms.[4]

Offers 1,200 live matches each season and exclusive programming of own production like El Club, Xtra Champions League, Xtra Highlights, The Express Xtra, beINside and Offside with debate, analysis, special and documentaries.[citation needed]

BeIN Sports launched a new YouTube pay channel on 20 October 2015.


beIN Sports Spain features live and recorded events from the following leagues and competitions:



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