Hero Super Cup to air on Star in five languages
The Hero Super Cup football knockout tournament will be broadcast in English, Tamil, Bangla, Kannada and Malayalam across 6 Star channels
Home to a number of domestic and international sports, the Star Sports network with twelve channels is known to broadcast premier sporting events. After the exhilarating season of Hero Indian Super League (ISL) and Hero I-League, the Indian football fans now have an opportunity to cheer for their favourite team in the upcoming Hero Super Cup – a tournament that will see the best of I-League and ISL teams starting March 31 across Star network.
Hero Super Cup knockout tournament will be broadcast in English, Tamil, Bangla, Kannada and Malayalam across 6 channels. The six channels include English channels – Star Sports 2, Star Sports 2 HD, Kannada channel – Star Suvarna Plus, Tamil – Star Sports 1 Tamil, Bangla – Jalsha Movies, and Malayalam – Asianet Movies.
A Star India spokesperson said, “ISL and I-League have given Indian football fans many reasons to celebrate the beautiful game and the recent success and competitiveness of both the leagues in India is an indicator of India’s ever-growing love for football. For the first time, Star will broadcast the Hero Super Cup in five languages which will enable football fans across the country to enjoy their favourite game in their favourite language.”
Star Sports is the premier destination for football fans in India with telecast rights of Indian as well as international football properties such as Hero Indian Super League, Hero I-League, Premier League, German Bundesliga and now the Hero Super Cup is the latest addition to the line-up.
Star Sports bought the live telecast of qualifiers of the tournament that kicks off on March 31 live from Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneshwar. The Tournament will also telecast live on Hotstar.
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