The South African Broadcasting corporation has announced that they have secured the right to televise matches from the upcoming global football competition taking ace in Qatar, FIFA world cup 2022.
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar kicks off on Sunday 20 November at the Al Bayt Stadium when the host nation take on Ecuador in the Group A clash.
Four matches will be played each day during the group stage, which will run over a 12-day period and see winners and runners-up progress to the round of 16.
“For the FIFA World Cup, SABC Sport Channel will be the primary broadcast platform for the live presentation of matches, with SABC 1, SABC 2 and SABC 3 also carrying the games live simultaneously.
“In line with SABC Sport’s strategic objective of making the world’s greatest football event available to all, audiences will also be able to enjoy the live action from the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ in the language of their choice on SABC Radio Stations.
“All the live match presentations will include a live studio build up with match previews and latest team and player news, presented by SABC Sport anchors and top analysts, both on TV and Radio platforms.
"As part of the “always-on” digital strategy, all the latest news, score updates, log table, streaming services and live match commentary will be available on theSABC Sport digital platforms, ensuring that the audiences don’t miss a single minute of the FIFA World Cup 2022", the SABC’s Group Chief Executive Officer (GCEO), Mr. Madoda Mxakwe said
Source : idiskitimes.co.za and sabcsports.co.za
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