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Virgin Media Sport’s squad for 2022 promises another exciting year with Six Nations, Champions League and Cheltenham

VIRGIN MEDIA SPORT has released its lineup for 2022, and it looks like it will be another banner year for the station.

Having enjoyed the highest viewership ratings ever across a wide range of ages, the Irish broadcaster is looking to leverage one strength after another.

Taking the lead in early 2022 is the return of the Mainland

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Taking the lead in early 2022 is the return of the Mainland
Will soon be followed by their Cheltenham coverage

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Will soon be followed by their Cheltenham coverage

Here are some highlights to look out for:

VMTV continues to be the home of top live sports and this season will bring viewers ‘Guinness Six Nations’, ‘UEFA Champions League’ & ‘UEFA Europa League’ and ‘Play-off Finals’ UEFA’ qualifiers, as well as world class horse racing including the Cheltenham and Aintree Festivals.

VMTV will remain host to the biggest sporting events on the calendar alongside The Men’s’Guinness Six Nations’ back, and Women’s and Under 20 years old tournaments broadcast on the channel for the first time.

The ‘UEFA Champions League’,’UEFA Europa League’ and ‘UEFA Europa Conference League’ Will be back in February.

Plus, all nine word games’UEFA European Qualifier Play-off Final ‘ will broadcast from 24order March.

They will also bring viewers the best of horseback riding with ‘Cheltenham’ starting in March and ‘Aintree Grand National Festival’ in April.

‘Bellator MMA’ will be back and live from Dublin in March when Northern Ireland’s Leah McCourt will face Ireland’s most recent title challenger Sinead Kavanagh for what looks to be the biggest Irish women’s match since. before to now.

As the 2022 Women’s AFL season kicks off Down Under, they’ll deliver the best of the action in our exclusive new show,’AFLW’s Highlights.

Will Dalton joins former Melbourne player and five-time All-Ireland champion with Dublin, Niamh McEvoy, to analyze the matches, discuss the highlights and the latest from 14 Irish players in Australia.

CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT

Bill Malone, Director of Content, Virgin Media Television said: “2021 has been a standout year for Virgin Media Television with record viewing rates for adults and younger audiences (15–44 years old).

“The year 2021 is also a year when our free Virgin Media Player has broken all previous records with over 45.5 million streams featuring top dramas, reality and true crime. proved to be particularly popular.”

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