PTV Sports LIVE Streaming | Watch PTV Sports Live TV Online

PTV Sports LIVE Streaming | Watch PTV Sports Live TV Online

23 de November de 2018 0 By admin

PTV Sports is a 24-hour Pakistani sports channel; owned by PTV Network. PTV Sports was launched on 14 January 2012. Its test transmission began in December 2011 on Asia Sat. It is a state-owned channel. PTV Sports has telecast many sports events since it is launched. It retains exclusive broadcasting rights for many sporting events including cricket/Pakistan Super League , tennis, hockey and football.

Telecast on PTV Sports

Multi-sport events

  • Olympic Games Live Stream
  • Asian Games Live Stream
  • World Universiade Games Live Stream
  • National Games of Pakistan Live Stream


  • All cricket series and tournaments involving Pakistan Live Stream
  • ICC Cricket World Cup Live Stream
  • ICC T20 World Cup Live Stream
  • ICC Champions Trophy Live Stream
  • ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Live Stream
  • ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup Live Stream
  • Hong Kong International Cricket Sixes Live Stream
  • ICC World Cup Qualifier Live Stream
  • ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier Live Stream
  • ACC Asia Cup Live Stream
  • Champions League T20 Cup Live Stream
  • Ashes Cricket Series Live Stream
  • All international cricket tours of England Live Stream
  • All international cricket tours of Australia Live Stream
  • All international cricket tours of Pakistan Live Stream
  • Friends Life T20 Cup Live Stream
  • Big Bash League Live Stream
  • Faysal Bank T20 Cup Live Stream
  • Pakistan Super League
  • Other matches in Pakistan


  • All international football matches of Pakistan Live Stream
  • FIFA World Cup Live Stream
  • Premier League  Live Stream
  • SAFF Championship Live Stream
  • UEFA European Championship Live Stream
  • The Football Association Challenge Cup Live Stream


  • Hockey World Cup Live Stream
  • Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Live Stream
  • Hockey Champions Trophy
  • FIH Hockey World League Live Stream
  • International Super Series Hockey 9’s Live Stream


  • Australian Open, The Grand Slam of Asia/Pacific
  • Roland Garros, French Open
  • The Championships, Wimbledon
  • United States Open Tennis Championships

Other sports

  • Squash
  • Boxing
  • Climbing
  • Polo
  • Badminton
  • Taekwondo
  • Baseball
  • Golf
  • Heliskiing

Faysal Bank T20 Cup 2012/13

The biggest achievement of PTV Sports was that, they were the official broadcasters of Pakistan’s domestic T20 tournament i.e. 2012–13 Faysal Bank T20 Cup. The tournament took place at Gaddaffi Stadium, Bagh-e-Jinnah and LCCA Ground, all in Lahore, 1–9 December 2012. The winner of this tournament received Rs.20 million and a trophy. The tournament consisted of 14 teams which were equally distributed in two groups; A and B. Group A consisted of Abbottabad Falcons, Islamabad Leopards, Karachi Zebras, Lahore Lions, Multan Tigers, Quetta Bears and Sialkot Stallions. Group B consisted of Bahawalpur Stags, Faisalabad Wolves, Hyderabad Hawks, Karachi Dolphins, Lahore Eagles, Peshawar Panthers and Rawalpindi Rams. The top two teams of each groups were qualified for the semi-finals and the winners of the semi-finals were contested in the final to decide the winner of this tournament. Lahore Lions lifted the trophy by beating Faisalabad Wolves in the final by 33 runs, under the captaincy of Mohammad Hafeez, after Mohammad Yousuf who passed his captaincy to Mohammad Hafeez. PTV Sports broadcast only those matches that were played at Gaddaffi Stadium, in Urdu and Punjabi language. English Commentary Language was broadcast on PTV Global. The tournament was also broadcast on the official website of PTV Sports.[5]

Friends Life T20 2013

The fourth edition the English domestic T20 tournament i.e. Friends Life t20 was broadcast on PTV Sports. However, due to the Wimbledon, not all matches were broadcast live. These matches were broadcast later that night. Three Pakistanis played the tournament; Yasir Arafat for Somerset, Sohail Tanvir for Hampshire Royals and fully qualified English cricketer Azhar Mahmood for Surrey.