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Watch Newcastle v Mainz 05 Live TV – The global channel listings on Monday

1 month ago
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Around the world, here are the channels you can watch Newcastle v Mainz 05 Live TV.

The global TV listings are featured below for local (to you) coverage on Monday, 3pm UK kick-off (over in Austria, it is 4pm local time kick-off).

Eddie Howe watched his Newcastle United players beat Gateshead 5-1 in a behind closed doors friendly nine days ago (Saturday 9 July), then a 3-0 win over German third tier 1860 Munich on Friday. Bundesliga side Mainz 05 set to provide the toughest opposition so far for the NUFC players.

Listings courtesy of LiveSoccerTV:

Austria Sky Sport Premier League, Sky Go, Sky Sport News HD

Canada DAZN

Germany Sky Go, Sky Ticket, Sky Sport Premier League, Sky Sport News HD

International NUFCTV(***)

Israel Sport 4

Norway VG+

Portugal Eleven Sports 1 Portugal

Saudi Arabia NUFCTV(***)

Sweden C More Sweden, Sportkanalen, Discovery+

Switzerland Sky Sport Premier League

UK NUFCTV(***)

United States FOX Sports App, Foxsports.com, FOX Deportes

(*If you don’t see your country listed – You can email [email protected] and ask them whether there is a channel showing Newcastle v Mainz 05 Live TV, or if they have their info wrong on any country/channel, please let them know via that email address)

(**Newcastle United originally said that both games against the German clubs would be shown on the official NUFC youtube channel but shortly before the 1860 Munich match, the club said that wouldn’t now be the case for that (1860 Munich) match. With apparently this Mainz 05 not going to be shown via youtube either).

(***NUFC TV can be accessed here to watch this Newcastle United friendly but the club say it will only be accessible to NUFC fans in the UK and Saudi Arabia)

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