| Francisco "Paco" Casal|
| 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)|Uruguayan Primera División (not available on ESPN+ Argentina) (Four Games per Matchday live on VTV and tape-delay on GOLTV)
Uruguayan Segunda División (Two Games per Matchday live on VTV or VTV Plus).
Uruguayan Tercera División (One Game per matchday live on VTV or VTV Plus)
Argentine Primera División (only available for Uruguay) (six matches per round on VTV or GolTV)
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONMEBOL) (only available for Uruguay) (all matches live on VTV and VTV Plus).
UEFA Euro (only available for Uruguay).
Copa América (only available for Uruguay).
FIFA World Cup (32 matches are broadcast live on VTV and VTV Plus) (Only Available for Uruguay).
Uruguayan national football team internacional friendly matches of home and away
International friendly matches.
VTV Sports Cup
Rio de Janeiro State Championship (
Uruguayan Basketball League
FIBA Americas Championship (only available for Uruguay)
Rutas de América
Liga Nacional de Futsal (only available for Uruguay)
Formula One, (Only 9 races that are broadcast live on VTV and tape-delay on VTV Plus)
Summer Olympic Games
Pan American Games
Pasión (Presented by Sergio Gorzy, Juan Carlos Scelza, Martin Charquero and Alberto Kesman) (Sunday at 22:30 on VTV)
K-Pos (Monday at 10:00 pm on VTV)
Sin Limite (Presented by Javier Máximo Goñi) (Monday to Friday at 18:00 live on VTV)
RR GOL (Presented by Rodrigo Romano) (Monday at 21:00 on VTV)
El Ascenso (Presented by Marcos Vitette) (Tuesday at 23:30 on VTV)
Tenfield Radio (Are Broadcast live main matches of Uruguayan Primera División with play-by-plays total 4 on Sport890 including: Alberto Sonsol, Ignacio Salombie, Diego Jokas, Luis Kesman and Fernando Sanner).
Tenfield is a broadcasting corporation which holds the commercial rights to broadcast the Uruguayan football and basketball. It was founded in 1998 by the Uruguayan business-men Francisco "Paco" Casal, and the former football players Enzo Francescoli and Nelson Gutiérrez with the objective of broadcasting the Uruguayan football league system.
It also owns Spanish-language soccer network GOL TV, which it purchased on April 2007.