All of Belgian professional football, only on Proximus TV until 2020!

Proximus is proud to announce that it has reached an agreement with the Pro League on the broadcasting rights to the Jupiler Pro League (D1A) for the next three seasons. This new agreement, in addition to that concerning the Proximus League (D1B) of the previous season, means that Proximus customers will be the only ones to benefit from all of Belgian professional football (D1A and D1B) until 2020.

In 2017, Proximus will continue to boost its sports offering with, on the one hand, this new agreement to broadcast the Jupiler Pro League for the next three seasons, and on the other, the agreement reached with Eleven Sports Network to broadcast their third channel.

Proximus TV customers will be delighted because, besides the entire Jupiler Pro League, the Proximus League (exclusively) and the UEFA Champions League (exclusively), they now also benefit, thanks to the third channel of the Eleven Sports Network (available since 2 May) from even more matches from the major European football championships (Spanish Liga, Italian Serie A, French Ligue 1, and the English FA Cup and EFL Cup), not to mention numerous prestigious international competitions such as the NBA, NFL and ATP 250 tournaments, with the recent addition of hockey, darts and combat sports competitions.

Of course, cycling is also in the spotlight on Proximus TV, thanks to the broadcasting of three major cyclo-cross challenges (the Superprestige, Telenet UCI Worldcup and DVV Verzekering Trophy).

Proximus TV customers will be pleased that their entire sports offering is available on all their screens - TV, PC, tablet and smartphone – wherever they are, thanks to the Proximus TV and Proximus 11 websites and app.

Proximus' three sports offerings

Proximus allows its Tuttimus and Familus customers to include one of these sport offerings in their pack.


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