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Spurs TV is Coming to beIN SPORTS in the United States and Around the World

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Tottenham Hotspur supporters, rejoice. Spurs TV is coming to the United States and around the world after a deal has been agreed between beIN SPORTS and Tottenham Hotspur to bring THFC programming to a larger global audience.

The recently signed deal will bring Spurs TV to the following networks around the globe: beIN SPORTS in Asia (including Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand), USA, Canada, France, North Africa and the Middle East; Sony in India; Sky in New Zealand and Arena Sport across the Balkan region.

Spurs TV currently shows behind the scenes footage and interviews, as well as Tottenham matches on delay.

In the United States, Spurs TV is not yet listed on the TV schedule for beIN SPORTS for the next two weeks, and there’s no word yet when it’ll be launched on US TV or Internet screens. But when it does, it’ll most probably be available on beIN SPORTS and DishWorld.

Donna-Maria Cullen, Executive Director, Tottenham Hotspur said:

“These new content partnerships will enable us to engage with fans around the world and, with Spurs TV as part of the content package, fans will be able to see the behind-the-scenes features and clips that are in high demand, as well as match footage.

“We look forward to working with our new partners to continue to increase our global reach and develop further support.”

While Spurs TV is coming to beIN SPORTS in the United States, opposition teams already have a presence on US television and Internet. Arsenal TV, Chelsea TV and Bayern Munich TV are on One World Sports, while Barca TV and Real Madrid TV are on beIN SPORT and DishWorld.

With Tottenham Hotspur playing friendlies in North America this summer, the timing of the Spurs TV announcement couldn’t have been better with matches in Chicago, Seattle and Toronto already scheduled.

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