As Ligue1, EPL and LaLiga return across the next two weekends, every game will be broadcast live and exclusive on beIN, with Arabic and English commentary.
BeIN Sports will exclusively broadcast the return of the three European Leagues – Ligue 1 from Aug 6 to 21 May, the English Premier League from Aug 14 to May 22 and LaLiga from Aug 15 to May 22 – to its millions of viewers in 24 countries across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Commenting on BeIN Sports’ exclusive coverage of the European Leagues, Duncan Walkinshaw, Acting Director of Programmes for beIN MENA, said: “We are proud to once again to be able to provide our viewers and subscribers with the best viewing experience as the European League football season kicks off. As our successful coverage of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics comes to an end later in the week, we cannot wait to kick-start the next football season and continue uniting the region through its love of sports.”
As Ligue1, EPL and LaLiga return across the next two weekends, every game and goal will be broadcast live and exclusive on beIN, with Arabic and English commentary. The best games are also available in Ultra High Definition on beIN’s exclusive 4K channel.
The best games of the day will be available back-to-back on beIN Sports 1 Premium, where Arabic talents will provide the analysis including Mohammed Aboutrika, Youssef Chippo, Hatem Trabelisi, Tarek Dhiab and Tarek Jalahma. The English studio will be hosted by Richard Keys and Andy Gray and will be available on beIN Sports 1 EN.
From August 6, beIN will kick-start the French Ligue 1 season at 22:00 MECCA on beIN Sports 2. On August 7, there is the traditional curtain-raiser to the Premier League, The Community Shield, which sees FA Cup winners Leicester City face Premier League champions Manchester City live on beIN Sports 1 Premium at 19:00 MECCA.
On August 11, from Windsor Park, Northern Ireland, the UEFA Super Cup kicks off at 22:00 MECCA. Champions League winners Chelsea will face Europa League winners Villarreal. This year’s Super Cup is available with Arabic, English, and French commentary.
On August 14 from 14:00 MECCA, the Arabic studio on beIN Sports 1 Premium will cover Manchester United vs. Leeds United, followed by Chelsea vs. Crystal Palace, Norwich vs. Liverpool and Real Madrid vs. Alves.
Tottenham and Manchester City kicks off at 17:30 MECCA on August 15.