DAZN has secured the TV rights to the German Bundesliga. The subscription video streaming service is replacing Eurosport as the holder of the rights. This was announced by DAZN and Eurosport on Thursday.
The Eurosport package is acquired for around 70 million euros. DAZN will show 30 games on Friday, five each on Sunday and Monday and that for the upcoming season until the end of the season 2020/2021.
DAZN will be broadcasting the Supercup for the first time
In addition, DAZN will air all relegation games at the end of each season and the Super Cup (Bundesliga Champion versus Cup Winner). The duel between big tivals Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich takes place on 3rd August.
Due to the additional investment the price for DAZN subscription will go up to € 11.99. If users will complete an annual subscription the costs will be € 119.99 per year (€ 10 per month). The changes will take effect from 1 August 2019. You are new to DAZN? Get your free trial month here!
Eurosport has been showing a total of 40 Bundesliga matches on its pay-play platforms in the German-speaking region since 2017. The agreement is part of a larger cooperation between DAZN and Eurosport. Accordingly, the content of Eurosport (i.a. French Open, US Open, Paris-Roubaix, Australian Open, Tour de France, Giro d'Italia), should also be distributed via the streaming service.
For 2021 it is expected that DAZN wants to enter the race for the live rights of the Bundesliga.
This year’s Wimbledon will take place from 1 July to 14 July
It’s the most prestigious tennis tournament of the year
Title favourites are Novak Djokovic (men’s) and Serena Williams (women’s)
Broadcasters: BBC (UK), Sky (Germany)
The best tennis players in the world are back on the Centre Court: it’s Wimbledon Time! The 133rd edition of the most prestigious tennis tournament will start on 1 July and finishes on Sunday 14 July. As usual, Sporteventz provides you with all the information you need to know before the spectacle starts.
Who are the favourites for this year’s Wimbledon Championships?
When Wimbledon calls, the tennis world elite is on hand. But which players have the best chances of winning the title? In the the Men’s Tournament last year’s winner Novak Djokovic is the biggest favourite in the starting field. The leader of the world ranking already won the Australian Open this year and is in a good form for the year’s highlight. Other big contenders are the all-time record Wimbledon winner Roger Federer and this year’s French Open winner Rafael Nadal. The biggest favourites in the Women’s Tournament are seven times Wimbledon winner Serena Williams and the Australian Open finalists Naomi Osaka and Petra Kvitova. Last year’s winner Angelique Kerber has an outside chance. The winners will be determined on 13 July (women’s final) and 14 July (men’s final).
Will Wimbledon be shown on free TV?
In the UK, Wimbledon can be watched on free TV on BBC. The broadcaster airs live matches and provides match analyses and highlights. German tennis fans need a Sky subscription to watch the tournament. The only match that could be shown on free TV is a possible final with a German contender like last year’s women’s final starring Angelique Kerber, that was broadcasted by ZDF. For more information check out sporteventz.com and the SportEventz app (available for iOS and Android)!
We are currently in the half between the end of season 2018/19 and the start of the season 2019/20. Well, the Premier League begins in four weeks, the 1.Bundesliga moves on in five weeks.
Time to get back into shape. We do this with this list of test matches of the top clubs, clearly day after day and no frills. And this summer offers many pre-season friendlies between absolute powerhorses of Europeen football. By the way: You can find TV and Livestream info for all these test matches on sporteventz.com and in the SportEventz App as well!
Here you have the test matches of the Europeen top teams in the overview. All times are shown in CEST.
Thursday, 11 July 2019
8:30 pm - Tranmere Rovers - Liverpool FC
Saturday, 13 July 2019
1:00 pm - Manchester United - Perth Glory 3:00 pm - St. Patrick's Athletic - Chelsea FC 9:00 pm - Sevilla FC - Reading FC
Sunday, 14 July 2019
4:00 pm - Bradford City - Liverpool FC 5:00 pm - Istanbul Basaksehir - Ajax Amsterdam
Tuesday, 16 July 2019
03:00 am - Colorado Rapids - Arsenal FC 8:20 pm - Dynamo Dresden - Paris Saint-Germain
Wednesday, 17 July 2019
1:00 pm - Manchester United - Leeds United 2:30 pm - Manchester City - West Ham United
Thursday, 18 July 2019
2:00 am - Dallas FC - Sevilla FC 4:30 am - Seattle Sounders - Borussia Dortmund 5:00 am - Arsenal FC - Bayern Munich 6:00 pm - Ajax Amsterdam - Watford FC
Friday, 19 July 2019
12:00 pm - Kawasaki Frontale - Chelsea
Saturday, 20 July 2019
2:00 am - Liverpool FC - Borussia Dortmund 1:00 pm - Manchester United - Inter Milan 6:30 pm - 1. FC Nuremberg - Paris Saint-Germain 7:00 pm - CD Numancia - Atlético Madrid
Sunday, 21 July 2019
0:00 am - Arsenal FC - Fiorentina 2:00 am - Bayern Munich - Real Madrid 1:30 pm - Juventus Turin - Tottenham Hotspur
Monday, 22 July 2019
0:00 am Liverpool FC - Sevilla FC
Tuesday, 23 July 2019
1:00 pm - FC Barcelona - Chelsea FC
Wednesday, 24 July 2019
1:00 am - Real Madrid - Arsenal FC 3:00 am - Bayern Munich - AC Milan 3:00 am - Chivas Guadalajara - Atlético Madrid 1:30 pm - Juventus Turin - Inter Milan 2:00 pm - Kitchee - Manchester City
Thursday, 25 July 2019
2:00 am Liverpool FC - Sporting Lisbon 1:30 pm Tottenham Hotspur - Manchester United
Saturday, 27 July 2019
1:30 am - Real Madrid - Atlético Madrid 12:00 pm - Paris Saint-Germain - Inter Milan 12:30 pm - Yokohama F. Marinos - Manchester City 1:00 pm - Vissel Kobe - FC Barcelona 5:00 pm - Borussia Dortmund - Udinese Calcio
Sunday, 28 July 2019
3:15 pm - Arsenal FC - Olympique Lyon 4:00 pm - Reading FC - Chelsea FC 6:00 pm - Liverpool FC - SSC Napoli
Tuesday, 30 July 2019
1:30 pm - Paris Saint-Germain - Sydney FC 6:00 pm - Real Madrid - Tottenham Hotspur 8:00 pm - Kristiansund - Manchester United 8:30 pm - Bayern Munich - Fenerbahce SK
Wednesday, 31 July 2019
7:30 pm - Angers SCO - Arsenal FC 8:00 pm - FC Salzburg - Chelsea
Friday, 02 August 2019
2:00 am - MLS All-Stars - Atlético Madrid
Saturday, 03 August 2019
3:30 pm - TSG Hoffenheim - Sevilla FC 4:00 pm - Werder Bremen – Everton FC 5:00 pm - Borussia Mönchengladbach - Chelsea FC 6:30 pm - Manchester United - AC Milan 7:00 pm - Atlético San Luis - Atlético Madrid
Sunday, 04 August 2019
4:00 pm - Tottenham Hotspur - Inter Milan 7:00 pm - FC Barcelona - Arsenal FC
Wednesday, 07 August 2019
TBA - SSC Napoli - FC Barcelona
Saturday, 10 August 2019
6:00 pm - Atlético Madrid - Juventus 11:00 pm - FC Barcelona - SSC Napoli
The 2019 Tour de France live on TV and via Livestream
2019 Tour de France will be will be underway from 06 July to 28 July
The start (Grand Départ) of the 2019 Tour will be in Brussels / Belgium
Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas are the 2019 Tour favorites
Broadcasters: ITV4 / S4C / Eurosport Player (UK) and ARD / ZDF / Eurosport (Germany)
Grand Départ in the city of Brussels
An international peleton of world-class bikers embark on the road to Tour de France glory when the 106th edition of the Tour de France kicks off in Brussels this year on Saturday, July 6, 2019. In honour of the 50th anniversary of the first Tour de France win of Eddy Merckx the Tour 2019 will start in the capital of Belgium. Participants in the Grand Boucle have ridden through the streets of Belgium 47 times, first visiting the capital city in 1947. The last time the Tour passed through Brussels was in 2010.
After the start in Brussels the route of the 2019 Tour de France will go through the eastern half of France via Vosges and Massif Central to the Pyrenees. The decisive days rise in the Alps. The route includes 5 mountain arrivals (La Planche des Belles Filles, Tourmalet, Foix Prat d'Albis, Tignes, Val Thorens), 2 more mountain stages, one team time trial, one individual time trial (both 27 kilometers long), 5 hilly stages and 7 flat stages.The race concludes a little over three weeks after setting off from Brussels with the largely processional 21st stage from Rambouillet to Paris (Champs-Élysées) on Sunday July 28.
Who will wear the yellow jersey in Paris?
Last year’s edition of the Tour was won by Great Britain’s Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) ahead of Dutchman Tom Dumoulin and Thomas’ team-mate and four-time winner, Chris Froome. Thomas admits in an interview with The Telegraph that he was “definitely coming back slowly” to Grand Tour winning form. The 33-year-old began his 2019 season finishing 44th in the Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana, which he concedes reflects the fact he was still overweight after the off season.
This year will see two Brits also fighting the ticking of their career clocks, as they try their hardest to put themselves into the history books. Froome is aiming to join the five Tours win club and Mark Cavendish is vying to take four more sprint wins to equal the record held by Merckx.
What teams will ride the Tour de France?
Each of the 18 WorldTour teams make up the top-flight of professional cycling. In addition to the WorldTour teams, race organisers ASO handed wildcard spots to Arkéa-Samsic, Cofidis Solutions Crédits, Total-Direct Énergie and Wanty-Groupe Gobert.
Where to watch the 2019 Tour de France live on TV?
UK: Terrestrial channels ITV and S4C will be broadcasting the action from France and Belgium live. Eurosport Player subscribers can also watch the Tour de France 2019 live. Amazon Prime subscribers can sign-up to Eurosport Player through Amazon Channels for £6.99 per month (with a 7-day free trial). Amazon Prime is £7.99 per month but can be accessed with a 30-day free trial.
Germany: Once more clycling fans in Germany can watch the Tour de France live on Free TV via ARD and ZDF. Furthermore Eurosport will cover every single stage on German Free TV. You can find the satellite information for all channels on Sporteventz.com!