ViaPlay Group and Talpa Network will collaborate. From April 5, Talpa Network’s channel SBS9 will continue as ViaPlay TV, where a selection from ViaPlay’s sports portfolio will be shown. Also a lot of Formula 1, but not the live race itself. Still, you can see the race in its entirety…

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The start of the collaboration between the two parties starts on Friday, April 5 at 7:55 am with the second free practice for the Japanese Grand Prix. The Formula 1 races themselves are not broadcast live, but in the case of Japan you can watch them in full (in full) 6 hours later. However, the training sessions, qualifications and summaries of the F! races will be shown.
Furthermore, viewers can watch a selection of football matches from the Premier League and Bundesliga in April, as well as highlights from both the Grand Prix Japan and China and the Premier League Darts from Birmingham & Rotterdam.

Viaplay TV
In addition to ViaPlay’s live sports broadcasts and replays, ViaPlay TV also offers local and international films and series from Talpa Network’s extensive entertainment offering. The channel is available throughout the Netherlands through all major TV distributors. All ViaPlay sports content that can be seen on ViaPlay TV can of course also be seen on ViaPlay.

In addition to Formula 1, Premier League football and PDC Darts, ViaPlay is also home to Bundesliga football, EFL Championship football, the Carabao Cup, IHF Handball World Cup, Hoofdklasse Hockey, Enfusion and more. ViaPlay also regularly releases exclusive sports documentaries, such as the three-part series ‘Max Verstappen – Off the Beaten Track’.