From June 14, Orange TV and internet subscribers will have access to the two channels, as part of the basic subscription package. Current subscribers, and new customers who sign up before the end of this year, will be able to watch both channels as part of a promotional viewing period through June 2017.
Fans can look forward to HD broadcasts in French and Flemish commentary on Eleven, a channel dedicated exclusively to football, and multi-sport channel, Eleven Sports.
““In our short time we have already delivered some of the biggest sports events in the world to fans in Belgium, including the FA Cup Final, El Clásico, NBA Finals and more,” says Danny Menken, Group Managing Director, Eleven Sports Network.
“We are pleased to add Orange subscribers to our ever-growing audience and look forward to sharing these memorable moments with them on ELEVEN.”
The dedicated football channel brings international league and cup competitions including the Emirates FA Cup, Capital One Cup and English Football League, Spanish Liga BBVA, Italian Serie A TIM, French Ligue 1, Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, Scottish Professional Football League and 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Conmebol qualifiers.
Eleven Sports, the network’s second channel, is home to a line up of the most popular sports among Belgian fans, including NFL, NBA, Velux EHF Champions League handball, kickboxing, MMA, ATP 250 tennis and cycling events from around the world.
The Eleven and Eleven Sports channels are also carried on Proximus TV, Telenet and VOO in Belgium.