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Rai Sport 1

Rai Sport 1
Launched 1 February 1999
Owned by RAI
Audience share 0.32% (May 2014, [1])
Country Italy
Language Italian
Broadcast area Italy
Formerly called Rai Sport Satellite (1999–2008)
Rai Sport Più (2008–2009)
Rai Sport + (2009–2010)
Rai Sport 1 (2010–)
Sister channel(s) Rai Sport 2
Digital LCN 57, Where available
SKY Italia Channel 227
Cyfra+ Channel 68
Hotbird 8 Free To Air, some events are scrambled in Mediaguard
Naxoo Channel 191
Cablecom Channel 209 (digital CH-D)
Alice Home TV Channel 227
TV di FASTWEB Channel 92
Streaming media [1] [2]

Rai Sport 1 is an Italian sports TV channel, launched in 1999 by the state-owned RAI television network. It broadcast Italian and international sports events in Italy on DTT channel 57 on Mux Rai 2. It is also available on SKY Italia and on IPTV. This is the Italian version of Eurosport.

On 18 May 2010 a sister channel, Rai Sport 2 was launched.


Logo used from 2008–2009
Logo used from 2009–2010

The channel broadcasts three editions of the Tg Sport: the first at 9 am every day, with press review to touchscreen, the second to 2.30 pm from Monday to Saturday, the last at 11.30 pm from Monday to Friday.

A few programme include:


  1. ^ "Sintesi Mensile 1A". Auditel. Retrieved 30 June 2014. 

External links

  • Official website (Italian)

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