Setanta Sports has signed the rights to broadcast Europe’s international soccer tournament UEFA Euro 2012.
The event has 16 national teams involved including current World Cup and European teams Spain, England, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Greece and France.
The sports channel, available on Pay TV and web-based platforms, will broadcast all 31 matches, from the opening match to the final, daily highlights package and replays.
Roger Hall, Managing Director of Setanta Sports International, said: “We’re delighted to be the leading broadcast partner with UEFA once again. UEFA Euro 2012 is the second biggest global sporting event of 2012 after the Olympics and Setanta will make sure that soccer fans in Australia see every minute of the action.”
The event gets underway in Poland and Ukraine from June 8th to July 1st 2012.
Setanta will broadcast the final draw live from Kiev on December 3rd.