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    Lots to see with Ziggo for race and sports fans in 2022

    New streaming service Viaplay also available via Ziggo from 1 March

    26 januari 2022

    In the run-up to the new racing season, Ziggo today announces that customers can try Viaplay for four months for 20 euros (regular price 13.99 euros per month). From 20 March, all Formula 1 races can be followed there live with Dutch commentary. Customers can easily add a Viaplay subscription to their TV package when the new streaming service launches on 1 March 2022. However, there is much more sport to see via Ziggo.

    As from 18 February, presenter Rob Kamphues will welcome his regular guests Robert Doornbos, Jack Plooij, Rick Winkelman and Rob van Gameren in the Ziggo Sport Race Café every Friday evening around 22:30 on Ziggo Sport. The qualifying highlights can be seen during race weekends on Saturday evening at 17:30 and the race summary on Sunday at 17:00. Olav Mol will provide the commentary on both days. This year, the Ziggo Sport Race Café can also be seen after every race at 22:30 on Sunday.

    Other motorsport
    Racing fans can once again indulge themselves to their hearts' content this year with Ziggo Sport and Ziggo Sport Totaal (6 channels). In addition to Formula 1 on Viaplay, there is also plenty of other motorsport on offer. For example, all MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 races are broadcast live, as well as IndyCar, NASCAR, Formula 3, W-Series and Formula E

    Football, tennis and Dutch top-class sport
    Besides racing, Ziggo Sport offers a lot of football, including the Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, French Ligue 1, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Nations League and all European Championship and World Cup qualifiers. Furthermore, there is a lot of tennis (including ATP World Tour, WTA Tour and Wimbledon) and golf (including PGA European Tour, all Majors and the Dutch Open).

    Dutch top-class sport is also covered extensively on Ziggo Sport, including handball, hockey, volleyball, basketball and athletics. This year, Ziggo Sport will also follow Dutch national teams at twelve European Championships and World Cups, including the Hockey World Cup (m/f) and the Women’s Volleyball World Championship. With live broadcasts, commentators on--site and studio programs, the sports channel will devote a lot of attention to the performances of Dutch top athletes

    New this year with Ziggo is ESPN. Since mid-January, ESPN 1 of the American sports channel has been a permanent part of the TV packages TV Start or TV Standard (channel 421). Every week, customers will find a selection of live matches from the Eredivisie, Keuken Kampioen Divisie and Pure Energie Eredivisie Women. There is also a lot of live football from the TOTO KNVB Cup, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Europa Conference League. For football fans who do not want to miss a match, there is ESPN Compleet (4 channels).