Rabo Champions Trophy Amstelveen 2011
Amstelveen, Netherlands - June 25 - 3, 2011


Rabo FIH Champions Trophy Women 2011 - Broadcast Details

June 24, 2011

If you are looking to watch some of the exciting action from the forthcoming Rabo FIH Champions Trophy we can point you in the right direction.

Below you will find some details about the many different places you can watch the matches, with live coverage and highlights being available both on TV and the internet.  



Europe: 14 games to be broadcast either live and delayed through Eurosport 1 and 2.

Argentina: All Argentina matches to be broadcast live through ESPN and C7.

Australia: The majority of matches will be broadcast either live or delayed through Fox Sports.

Malaysia and Indonesia: The majority of matches will be broadcast either live or delayed through Astro Supersports.                   

China: All matches involving China will be broadcast through CCTV.

The Netherlands: Extended highlights of all Dutch matches as well as the tournament final will go out on NOS.

New Zealand: All New Zealand matches will be broadcast either live or delayed on SkyNZ.

India / Pakistan / Bhutan / Bangladesh: The tournament final will be broadcast on TEN.

Germany: ZDF/ARD aims to provide extended news highlights of matches involving Germany as well the final. 

Live Internet Streaming & Highlights

Europe: The Eurosport player will be live streaming all matches within Europe for a small subscription fee. A link will be available on the FIH website for European visitors.

Worldwide: Live Streaming of the event will be available for a small subscription fee through Perform on www.livefih.tv (outside of Europe). This website will also be providing highlights free of charge which will be available globally.

The BBC website will be posting match highlights on www.bbc.co.uk  (UK ONLY).


All event information including results, match sheets, league tables and team rosters will be available at www.fih.ch . The website will also feature written match reports, statistics and photos from the event.


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