Abu Dhabi Sports Channel

Abu Dhabi Sports Channel

Abu Dhabi Al Riyadiya (Arabic: أبو ظبي الرياضية‎) is an Arabic television station. It broadcasts from Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates and is owned by Abu Dhabi Media. It won the rights to broadcast the English Premier League for the season 2010/2011.

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