How to watch Ligue 1 in Sri Lanka and India

French Ligue 1 telecast India Sri Lanka Indian subcontinent

Football fans can potentially watch Lionel Messi live on TV after Reliance-backed Viacom 18 bagged the official broadcast rights for French Ligue 1 in Sri Lanka & India for the next 3 years. VH1 India, the flagship channel of Viacom18, will air Ligue 1 matches exclusively in the upcoming season along with select national and regional network channels. TV5 Monde also broadcasts select matches in India but they will only be telecasting only one game per week and it's not confirmed whether it will be the PSG game every week. Ligue 1 will also be available for streaming through Voot and JioTV. Listed below are the channel numbers of VH1 India in each satellite service provider in Sri Lanka, India and the Indian Subcontinent: Dialog TVChannel 44PEO TVChannel 68Videocon (D2H)Channel

How to watch La Liga in Sri Lanka & India

La Liga Sri Lanka India Telecast Channel

LaLiga, the premier Spanish football league, has signed a broadcast deal with Viacom18’s flagship youth brand MTV India for the next 3 years. Enabled and supported by Rise Worldwide, the La Liga football tournament will now air exclusively on MTV in India and Sri Lanka, along with select national and regional network channels and live-streamed on Voot & Jio platforms. The deal, which covers the Indian subcontinent, comes into effect when the 2021-22 La Liga season gets underway on August 13. This means that La Liga will no longer be available on Facebook's streaming platform and the reason for Facebook not renewing the deal was because the networking site was no longer interested in investing in live sports rights Listed below are

FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule in Sri Lankan & Indian Time

FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is right around the corner. In less than a month, the greatest football players on the planet will take center stage in Russia. The tournament returns to Europe for the first time since it was held in Germany in 2006, and there's no shortage of storylines. Is this the year that Lionel Messi finally wins the only major trophy missing in his list of career achievements? It's been a 32-year drought for Argentina. Like Messi, who was not born the last time the Albiceleste lifted the World Cup trophy, the window may be closing for Cristiano Ronaldo, who will try to power Portugal, the 2016 Euro winners, to another title. What about Neymar, who is