Posted on August 1, 2012
CONCACAF announced Wednesday that it has signed a five-year agreement with Fox International Channels Latin America to broadcast the CONCACAF Champions League.
The deal starts with the 2012-13 championship starting on July 31 and gives FOX Sports exclusive rights in Latin America, including the Pay TV and the digital platforms throughout the region. FOX Sports also will have in Mexico and Latin America total exclusivity as the rights in these territories also include Free TV.
“Our agreement with Fox International Channels Latin America puts the CONCACAF Champions League in perfect position to grow and fans throughout the region will be able to enjoy the competition like never before,” CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb said. “With Fox’s many broadcast platforms and technologies, the Champions League will be presented in ways the fans want and expect.”
FOX Sports will broadcast more than 40 games live and delayed through its wide multimedia platform that consists of FOX Sports, FOX Sports+, their HD versions and FoxSportsla.com. It will also provide enhanced coverage on its shows, such as Central FOX and La Última Palabra (The Last Word), and through a weekly CONCACAF Champions League highlight show.
Categories: Central America, Champions League, CONCACAF, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama
Tags: CONCACAF Champions League, Fox International Channels Latin America, Jeffrey Webb