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TV Channels Showing La Liga Worldwide for 2018/19 Season

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The La Liga Fixtures for 2018 – 2019 Season has been confirmed and released. Below are the stations where you can watch the Matches All over the world. Download the fixtures guide here

TV Channels Broadcasting Spanish La Liga 2018-19 Worldwide
COUNTRY TV Channels
Spain Telefonica (Moviestar + will show best rated game every week), GOL TV (2nd rated league game every week) beIN La Liga (8 games per week)
USA beIN Sports (signed a new deal)
Canada  beINSports (Majority of the games live every week), DAZN (some live games plus highlights)
Caribbean Sports Max and ESPN
South America ESPN Latin America (selected matches live every week), DirectTV (every match available live)
Middle-East countries  beINSports (Both in English and Arabic)
United Kingdom  Eleven Sports (sign new three year deal worth £18million a season and yet to decide how they will show matches. Via online subscription or setup on TV channel in the UK)
Ireland Eleven Sports
Australia beIN Sports Australia
New Zealand & Pacific Countries beIN Sports
Brazil   ESPN Brazil (selected matches) FoxSports  (Exclusive rights with Portuguese coverage)
Mexico  Direct TV & ESPN Latin
Puerto Rico beIN Sports
Middle-east & North Africa beIN Sports (exclusive rights all over middle-eastern countries plus several north African countries)
South Africa & Sub-Sahara Africa  Super Sport (exclusive rights in South Africa in English coverage), Canal+ (french coverage in some African countries)
Brunei & Malaysia, Indonesia beIN Sports (exclusive rights in Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand)
Singapore & Philippines beIN Sports (exclusive rights in the region), ABC-CBN also share LA Liga rights in the Philippines
Chine & Macau PPTV (exclusive rights in China and Chinese territories)
India & Sub-Continent countries Son Six & Son Kix (Exclusive rights in India, Pakistan Bangladesh and other adjacent countries) Geo Super (Pakistan), Channel9 (Bangladesh), Lemar TV (Afghanistan)
Scandinavia Viasat Sport (Exclusive rights in Denmark, Finland, Sweden & Norway)
Thailand beIN Sports
Philippines beIN Sports
Singapore beIN Sports
Vietnam K+
South Korea SPOTV
Macau PPTV
Germany DAZN (mobile & online streams)
France  beINSports (exclusive rights of La Liga in France with french coverage)
Italy  FoxSports Italia (Exclusive rights)
Austria DAZN (mobile & online streams in German coverage)
Belgium Eleven Sports (selected matches), TeleNet
Czech Republic DigiTV
Portugal  SportTV (Exclusive rights)
Russian NTV Plus (exclusive rights)
Ukraine Football1
Turkey beIN Sports
Poland Eleven Sports
Romania & Slovakia DigiSport (exclusive rights in Romania and Slovakia)
Eastern European Countries Sport Klub (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia)
Switzerland DAZN (online streams subscription based in German or French coverage)
Netherlands ZiggoSports
South Korea KBS N Sports & SkySports
Japan WOWOW
Ex-Soviet Countries Setanta Sports (exclusive rights in countries like Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan)
Indonesia Orange TV
China & Taiwan PPTV (exclusive rights in China and Taiwan). Guangdong Sports (selected matches in some Chinese states)
Some Eastern European NTV Plus (exclusive rights)
Some Baltic Countries Setanta Sports (exclusive rights in Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania Moldova)
Israel One (Exclusive rights in the region in Hebrew coverage)