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The best sport is moving to NOVA SPORT

28th November, 2019

On 4 December, United Media is launching Nova Sport, a television channel specialized in broadcasting the most important sports events, which will offer a diverse premium content to the audience – every day – 24 hours a day.

Only in the first week of broadcasting, Nova Sport exclusively brings 19 live broadcasts of top sports events, including football matches of the Premier League Manchester United – Tottenham and the Manchester derby between Manchester City and Manchester United.

The audience will see exciting Euroleague basketball games this week, with the highlight being Armani – Red Star and the duel between two fierce opponents – Panathinaikos and Olympiacos.

Fans of the English Premier League will be able to cheer their favourites among 20 clubs from the island on the Nova Sport channel. Along with the strongest English Premier League, there are also matches of the Spanish La Liga or popular Primera, which has been dominated for years by Barcelona and Real, whose clashes we will be watching in the new season on Nova Sport.

The new channel will also be “home” to American football through the most interesting games of the NFL League. Fans will see the most interesting matches of the largest and most popular professional league, the winner of which will be crowned in the great Super Bowl.

The Nations League is one of the youngest football competitions, and on Nova Sport football fans will be able to cheer their national teams or favourites from other countries. Enjoyment in football will be complemented by intense matches between the great: Fenerbahce and Galatasaray, Porto and Benfica, Ajax and PSV, Shakhtar and Dinamo Kyiv, Besiktas and Fenerbahce, Benfica and Sporting.

In addition to football, the new channel will also broadcast Euroleague and Eurocup basketball games, and the most renowned tennis tournaments from Japan, China and USA in which regional tennis athletes also participate.

The audience will be able to watch Nova Sport in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.