Football satellite TV schedule

Among all sports in Turkey, football is definitely the most popular one. Football has seen rapid transformation after winning a 3rd place in 2002 FIFA World Cup. Most successful and popular teams in last years are Besiktas, Fenerbahce and Galatasaray, all based in Istanbul. 

As well as sending a lot of players in the biggest clubs abroad, the Turkish League has attracted many world class players into Turkey.

For almoust 4 million turkish citizens abroad, Eutelsat 7°E satellite position is a good free-to-air sport satellite TV source. 

TRT 1 is a Turkish state-run TV broadcaster. Under the protocol agreement with UEFA, TRT 1 will cover the UEFA Champions League Tuesday match unencrypted and live from the saison 2015-2016 until the end of saison 2017-2018.

TRT 1 is a great EUFA Champions League source, becouse in the most of Europe countries Tuesday is always reserved for a pay-tv broadcasters

TRT 1 is available as free-to-air TV via Eutelsat 7°E satellite position on frequency 11492 V with symbol rate 30000 and FEC correction 3/4.

TRT Spor, a sports television channel established by TRT.

TRT Spor TV rights include: Football Turkish Lig 1, UEFA Europa League and Turkish national team matches.

TRT Spor is available as free-to-air TV via Eutelsat 7°E satellite position on frequency 10762 V with symbol rate 30000 and FEC correction 3/4. 

TRT HD is the second High definition channel of TRT after TRT 3 HD. It was launched on 24 May 2010. It broadcasts events such as the Eurovision Song Contest in HD. TRT HD covers UEFA Champions and Europa League.

TRT HD is available as free-to-air TV via Eutelsat 7°E satellite position on frequency 10845 H with symbol rate 30000 and FEC correction 5/6.

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