The HD1 channel will also broadcast football competitions including the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, AFC Champions League, CAF, and UEFA Nations League.
BeIN Media Group has announced new state-of-the-art studios and a host of new programmes covering 2020/21 season in full HD and 4K technology on its flagship channel beIN Sports.
BeIN Sports’ HD1 channel will air premium live games every Saturday and Sunday and through the week. The channel will broadcast best of the pick back-to-back league games from the English Premier League, LaLiga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and more.
The HD1 channel will also broadcast football competitions including the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, AFC Champions League, CAF, UEFA Nations League and more.
New programmes will also be broadcast on beIN Sports to preview best games, discussions and analysis with famous presenters and analysts.
This Evening is a brand-new live studio presented by Hicham Al Khalsi which will air from Saturday to Wednesday throughout the season. The programme focusses on behind-the-scenes stories with a special focus on Arabic players and competitions.
Additional new beIN produced programmes set to be broadcast live and exclusively on beIN Sports for the new 2020/21 season include Do you know? Which explains stories behind the names of stadiums from across the world, nicknames of the teams and history of football clubs; The Road to Qatar, 2022 which is a behind-the-scenes programme into Qatar and its preparation to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup; Tactical series which will analyse the tactical approach of games from national football teams.
The line-up also includes Super Saturday and Soccer Sunday, hosted weekly on beIN Sports HD11 channel by Richard Keys and Andy Gray who will provide viewers with original insights throughout the season.
The 2020/21 football season on beIN Sports will also see guests, analysts and presenters including Mohammad Saadon Al Kuwari, Abdulaziz Al Nasr, Mohamad Aboutrika, Wael Gomaa, Tariq Dhiab, Bassel Tabbal, Tariq Al Jalahma and Hatem Trabelsi as well as exclusive contributions from players including Arsene Wenger, Ruud Gullit and Marcel Desailly.