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Sports broadcasting contracts in New Zealand

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Sports broadcasting contracts in New Zealand

This article refers to sports broadcasting contracts in New Zealand. For a list of other country's broadcasting rights, see Sports television broadcast contracts.


  • American Football (Gridiron) 1
  • Athletics 2
  • Australian Rules Football 3
  • Baseball 4
  • Basketball 5
  • Cricket 6
  • Cycling 7
  • Football (Soccer) 8
    • Leagues 8.1
    • Domestic Cups 8.2
    • International Club Competitions 8.3
    • International Matches 8.4
      • International Tournaments 8.4.1
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American Football (Gridiron)


Australian Rules Football




  • International Cricket:
    • Sky Sport: Shows All New Zealand Home and away matches also shows Australian Home International and most of English Home International fixtures
    • Prime Television: Highlights and selected live coverage. Free to air partner, showing what Sky allocates to it.


Football (Soccer)


Domestic Cups

International Club Competitions

International Matches

International Tournaments




Motor Racing

Multi-discipline events



Rugby League

Rugby Union


Ten-pin bowling



  1. ^ Kreft, Brad. "Sky TV acquires rights to ASB Classic and Heineken Open". Throng. 
  2. ^ Kreft, Brad. "Sky TV acquires rights to ASB Classic and Heineken Open". Throng. 
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