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Star Sports 4

STAR Sports 4
Launched October 1995
Network STAR TV
Owned by 21st Century Fox (through STAR India and Fox International Channels)
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Broadcast area India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan
Formerly called ESPN India (1995-2013)
Sister channel(s) STAR Sports 1
STAR Sports 2
STAR Sports 3
STAR Sports HD1
STAR Sports HD2
Tata Sky
Channel 406
Dish TV
Channel 661
Videocon d2h
Channel 411
Reliance Digital TV
Channel 504
Sun Direct TV
Channel 504
Airtel Digital TV
Channel 226
(Mumbai, India)
Channel 151

STAR Sports 4 is a sports channel in India by Star Sports network. ESPN India was renamed as STAR Sports 4 and ESPN HD was renamed as STAR Sports HD2 from November 6th 2013 and is under STAR network. This channel mainly broadcasts football along with some other major sporting events.[1]


  • STAR Sports HD2 1
  • Broadcast 2
    • Football (Soccer) 2.1
    • Multi-Sport Event 2.2
    • Motorsports 2.3
    • Tennis 2.4
  • References 3
  • External links 4

STAR Sports HD2

STAR Sports HD2 broadcasts football matches of Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and Indian Super League in high definition along with events such as Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics. They also broadcast tennis events like ATP 500 Series & ATP World Tour Masters 1000. This channel is available on Sun Direct, Reliance Digital TV, Videocon d2h, Airtel Digital TV and Tata Sky.


The following sports are broadcasting on STAR Sports 4.[2]

Football (Soccer)


Multi-Sport Event




  1. ^ Star Sports Rebranding
  2. ^ STAR Sports 4 Schedule

External links

Official website

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