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Canadian sport newspapers

Written in English and French, the majority of daily newspapers in Canada are not national, and contain regional information. Sport newspapers in Canada write mainly about sports like: hockey, basketball, american football, baseball, and sustain Canadian teams in competition with U.S.A. teams.
Hockey News Globe and Mail National Post Edmonton Journal Leader-Post La Revue Le Soleil The Gazette The Province The Star Phoenix The Vancouver Sun Windsorstar

Dutch sport newspapers

With a press tradition over 100 years, the Dutch newspapers have influenced the economic and cultural development of the country. Sport newspapers in Netherlands cover both sport events and gossip about sport stars. The best represented sport in the dutch sport newspapers is football, and the best known football teams are: AFC Ajax Amsterdam, Feyenoord Rotterdam and PSV Eindhoven.

Voetbal International Sport Week Telesport De Volkskrant NRC Handelsblad Blik Nieuws Parool NU Friesch Dagblad

Belgian sport newspapers

Newspapers in Belgium are divided by the language in which they write: Dutch, French and German. Belgian sport newspapers make no difference and like all European sport newspapers are writing mainly about the national sport: football. The most important football teams in Belgium are: RSC Anderlecht, Club Brugge and Standard Liege.
La Derniere Heure- Les Sports La Meuse DeMorgen Het Laatste Nieuws Gazet van Antwerpen De Standaard La Libre Belgique Le Soir

Greek sport newspapers

In a country that invented the Olympic games, with great cultural and spiritual tradition, sport newspapers are very well represented. Like in all European countries, the Greek sports newspapers write and support the most important football teams in the country: Olympiakos, Panathinaikos and AEK. In Greece are ten sport newspapers and most important of them are:

Filathlos
Goal News Sport time Sport Day Ethnosport Metrosport Athlitiki Makedonias Thrakis