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SportKlub (Balkans)
Sportklub Logo.svg
Broadcast areaBosnia and Herzegovina
Croatia
Montenegro
North Macedonia
Serbia
Slovenia
Programming
Picture format1080i (HDTV) (SK 1-5), (SK HD)
576i (16:9 SDTV) (SK 6-10)
2160p (UHDTV) (SK 4K)
Ownership
OwnerUnited Group
History
Launched2 January 2006; 16 years ago (2006-01-02)
Links
Websitesportklub.com
Old Logo used 2006—2013
Old Logo used 2006—2013

Sportklub is a subscription sports television service which has been broadcast in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia since 2006, Croatia from 2007 and in North Macedonia from 2011. A different version of the channel is also avaliable in Poland since 2006.

Sportklub transmits many different sport events including football, basketball, tennis, american football, ice hockey, volleyball, handball, athletics and golf among others. The programme is transmitted in Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian, Macedonian and Albanian.

The channel was launched by IKO Media Group in 2006, and it was later sold to various companies. It was formerly available in Hungary (2006–2015) and Romania (2006–2012).

Coverage

Football

CONCACAF

CAF

AFC

Leagues:

Cups:

Basketball

FIBA

Leagues:

Cups:

Tennis

Motosport

American Football

Volleyball

Ice Hockey

Handball

Athletics

Water polo

Nova Sport

Further information: Nova Sport (Balkan TV channel)

In 4 December 2019, The United Group launch the secondary sports channel named Nova Sport.

References