Sub Saharan Africa’s fastest-growing sports broadcasting Pay TV Company, Startimes, has continued to expand influence around its spheres. The acquisition of the rights to broadcast the Spanish Primera Liga, an addition to the long list of broadcast rights will surely give Startimes an enviable dominance.
StarTimes has always kept its promise to give Ugandans more sports entertainment at the most affordable rates and this is just a reminder to Ugandans that football has moved to StarTimes.
August is surely an exciting month for football fans. After broadcasting the Emirates FA Cup final live on August 1st, the UEFA Europa League continues and all action will be live in your home.
As the exclusive broadcaster of Europe’s second most prestigious competition, StarTimes, will broadcast the semi-final matches between Sevilla and Manchester United on Sunday at 10 pm and the same will be for the battle between Inter Milan and Shakhtar Donetsk on Monday at 10 pm. The Europa League will climax with the final on 21st August 2020.
But before it all comes down, the 2020/21 Europa League season will have already kicked-off with the qualifying round slated for August 20.
Action will not be stopping any time soon.
The following week on August 29, will be the FA Community Shield at Wembley Stadium, which will also be broadcast live. It will be contested between Premier League winners Liverpool and the winners of the 2020 FA Cup, Arsenal.
The second edition of the UEFA Nations League will be next in line, starting from September 3 with great clashes such as Germany vs. Spain, Sweden against France, and titleholder Portugal vs. Croatia.
Through ESPN, StarTimes will also broadcast The English Football League Championship (EFL), Major League Soccer (MLS), Belgian Pro League, Netherlands Eredivisie; Basketball tournaments – NBA, and The Euro League.
StarTimes Uganda Marketing Director, Isma Lule says StarTimes understands the passion Ugandans have for Sports.
“Sports is the most followed TV Content in the word, As StarTimes we are aware of the love and passion our customers have for sports most especially football. Adding La Liga and UEFA Nations League to our bouquet will not only excite our customers but also give them more options at an affordable and convenient subscription.”
StarTimes is also home for the local league the StarTimes Uganda Premier League that is broadcast live on Sanyuka TV.
To a Ugandan sports lover, this is surely an experience like no other when it comes to the content available in relation to the rates of subscription.