The next game days will be dominated by the first international football matches under new national coach Hansi Flick, but the women’s volleyball championships and the end of the Paralympics in Tokyo will also play a major role in television technology. And when it comes to reports, Sport1 has a lot to announce.
As is well known, the women’s championship in volleyball is currently underway in Sport1. Now the sports broadcaster has announced that it will also broadcast the European men’s championship, which begins in early September. Sport 1+ shows live all preliminary round matches with German participation. The highlights are also summarized on Sport1 on free TV. Germany will start live against Croatia on Friday, 3 September at 3:55 pm. EM takes place in Poland, the Czech Republic, Estonia and Finland. Germany are already hoping for a good placement with the 36-year-old star player Georg Grozer. Estonia, Lithuania, France and Slovakia are also rivals in the opening round. The final will take place on 19 September in Katowice/Poland.
Ice Hockey Champions League Live
Sport1 shows over 30 live games of the Champions Hockey League (CHL) on its platform leading up to the final, including all games with German participation by four clubs from Munich, Berlin, Mannheim and Bremerhaven. Three top ice hockey matches live per day on free TV. It starts this Thursday (see program highlights). Sport1 has been with the CHL since the 2014/15 premiere season. This year 32 teams from 13 leagues are represented, initially divided into eight preliminary round groups, each consisting of four teams. The group stage will be held from 26 August to 13 October. The two best teams from each group qualify for the playoffs, which begin in the round of 16 on 16 November. The final will take place on 1 March 2022. The defending champions are Frolunda Indian from Gothenburg, Sweden.
Penny Dale is also starting again
We’re Clinging to Ice Hockey: Penny Dell, Upper House, begins on September 9 with Eisbahn Berlin’s opening game against EHC Red Bull Munich. Can be seen on Sport1 for free from 7:25 pm onwards. The station will broadcast at least 40 games live in the new season?? And 24/7 live stream on Sport1D and in parallel in Sport1 apps. The regular broadcast slot lasts Sunday at 4:55 pm when the match between Düsseldorf and Augsburg takes place on 12 September. The agreement with Telekom runs until the end of the 2023/24 season. In addition, all DEL games can still be watched live on MagentaSport. Since the rise of the Bietigheim Steelers, 15 teams are represented in the league for the first time. The newcomer’s game against Master Eisberen Berlin moves to October 3.
Troubled by ice hockey on MagentaSport
As already mentioned above, MagentaSport is showing at least 420 ice hockey games live this season, starting now. The DEL Games, plus the Germany Cup and women’s Olympic qualification from November 11, as well as the Winter Games between the Cologne Sharks and Mannheim Eagles at the start of the year. Starting at 7 p.m. on Fridays, six games can be watched both in person and live at the conference. There will be nearly eight hours of ice hockey live with seven matches starting at 1.45 pm on Sunday. In addition, “The Ice Hockey Show” was developed as a live video format for digital MagentaSport channels on Monday evenings. Fans can look forward to Rick Goldman as the regular expert.
Handball Cup in Live Stream
Finally about handball: the first and second round of the DHB Cup is live streamed on Sportdeutschland.TV ?? Thanks for the sub-license from Skye. The first round took place last weekend, with well-known names such as HSG Rodgau Nieder-Roden or ATSV Hebenhausen. On 5 and 6 October, Liqui Moly will intervene in HBL’s club competition from the 2020/21 season.
Program highlights for the coming week:
* Monday, 3 pm: Benelux Tour (Bicycle Tour, 1st Leg, Eurosport)
* Monday, 5 pm: US Open (Tennis, Grand Slam tournament from New York, 1st round, Eurosport)
* Monday, 7 pm: SV Maypen – TSV Havells (Football, Third League, Magentasport)
* Monday, 10 p.m.: “Simply Paul” (Documentation on Paul Breitner’s 70th Birthday, BR Television)
* Tuesday, 9:05 am: Paralympics (including athletics, ARD)
* Tuesday, 2.30 pm: Vuelta (Bicycle race, Tour of Spain, 16th leg, Eurosport)
* Wednesday, 9:05 am: Paralympics (including women’s shot put, ZDF)
* Wednesday, 6.00 pm: VfL Wolfsburg – Girondins Bordeaux (Football, Women’s Champions League qualification, Sport 1)
* Wednesday, 8.45 pm: Including Denmark – Scotland (Football, World Cup qualification, DAZN)
* Thursday, 09.05 a.m.: Paralympics (including seated volleyball, ARD)
* Thursday, 9.30 a.m.: GolfTV Weekly (Preview of the Tour Championship in Atlanta, Eurosport)
* Thursday, 7 pm: EHC Munich – Sonderjesk & Adler Mannheim – Cardiff Devils (Ice Hockey, Champions Hockey League, Sport 1 and Sport1.d)
* Thursday, 7 pm: San Marino – Germany (Soccer, U21, European Championship Qualification, ProSieben Max)
* Thursday, 8.45 pm: Liechtenstein – Germany (football, World Cup qualification from St. Gallen/Switzerland, RTL)
* Friday, 9:05 am: Paralympics (including wheelchair basketball, ZDF)
* Friday, 3 p.m.: Show Jumping (Equestrian, Reisenbeck to EM, Team Competition, ZDF)
* Friday, 3.30 pm: Beach Volleyball (DM at Timendorfer Strand, Sport 1)
* Friday, 5.45 pm: US Open (tennis, 3rd round, Eurosport)
* Friday, 20.10: IceBrain Berlin – Tappara Tampere (Ice Hockey, Champions League, Sport 1)
* Saturday, 9 a.m.: Paralympics (including athletics, ARD)
* Saturday, 1 pm: DTM (Motorsport, Touring Car, Round 9 at Spielberg/Austria, Sat 1)
* Sunday, 10 a.m.: Challenge Roth (Triathlon, BR TV)
* Sunday, 12.55 pm: Paralympics (closing ceremony, ZDF)
* Sunday, 3 pm: Zandvoort GP (Formula 1, Sky)
* Sunday, 3.45 pm: Show Jumping (Equestrian, Reisenbeck to EM, Singles, ZDF)
* Sunday, 6:05 pm: Skeleftia AIK / Sweden – Icebahn Berlin (Ice Hockey, Champions Hockey League, Sport 1)
* Sunday, 8.45 pm: Germany – Armenia (Football, World Cup qualification, RTL)
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