Uganda’s only 24-hour TV channel, NBS Sport will broadcast the 2022-23 English Premier League.
The Premier League gets underway this Friday with Crystal Palace hosting Arsenal at the Selhurst Park.
The Gunners who finished 5th last season are hoping to start well as they push for a spot in the 2023/24 UEFA Champions League.
Mikel Arteta’s side also have the option of winning the Europa League and qualifying for Europe’s Premier Club competition but will feel the Premier League path is the best bet to achieve their target.
On Saturday, another West-London side inTottenham Hotspurs get to host Southampton at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. It looks like an easy fixture for Antonio Conte’s side as they face the Saints who finished 15th last season.
NBS Sport, the channel that is championing Ugandan Sport will be broadcasting the game live at 5PM during the EPL Ku NBS Sport show.
EPL Ku NBS Sports is hosted by Ronald Mugabi and will have a panel of analysts including Shaban Lubega, Marion Malinga and Frank Lulinda. Super FM and Lunchtime Sports co-host, Stuart Kimera will be leading the commentary team as Ugandans get to enjoy the football frenzy.
Why NBS Sport?
NBS Sport is a new channel that was started as a way of giving Sport more time on air and thus, the birth of a 24-hour Sports channel. To this, all Sports content previously run by Sanyuka TV, including the Premier League games was moved to NBS Sport.
The channel has a number of interesting shows hosted by Uganda’s best Sports journalists including Andrew Kabuura and Brian Tuka on Sport this Morning, Lunchtime Sports with Martin Kaddu, World Cup Chat show with John Vianey Nsimbe and Ian Mutenda, not forgetting Uganda’s only Sports bulletin, Sport Live.
NBS Sports is on all platforms and can be found on DSTV ch. 377, StarTimes ch. 255, Free to air ch. 34 and via AfroMobile.q