The World Cup will be broadcast in Canada starting Sept. 23 – but it’ll be an event that’s being kept secret for now.
The Canadian broadcasters will televise every match played in Brazil from Sept. 13 – 19 for the second time in three years, CBC Sports says.
“Following on from FIFA’s decision to expand the broadcast coverage of the World Cup to include a number of countries in Eastern Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East in 2017, it has been decided that the majority of matches will be televised by the Canadian television networks,” CBC Sports president and general manager of digital media content Greg Jamison said in the news release issued Tuesday.
CBC will now continue to broadcast Brazil matches from its channels – CBC, CTV and Global – which will broadcast the match on Sept. 13 and 19, with a limited selection of matches following on Sept. 15. There will be no regional coverage of each match, Jamison continued – but all of the matches will be shown in English, French, German and Spanish. There will be two replays on each match and four highlights shown on CTV and Global.
The CBC will air every international match starting Sept. 13, beginning with the quarterfinal match between Ghana and Brazil.
“As we gear up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia we’re excited to be able to bring all the action from FIFA’s biggest tournament to audiences all over the world — as well as on the CBC,” said Jonathon Cottee, president and chief executive officer of CBC Television. “This is certainly a very, very smart move by them.”
Brazil will be joined by Argentina, South Africa and Nigeria at some point in September.
Other games covered include the semifinals between Germany and South Korea and the final between Portugal and the Netherlands.
The World Cup will be hosted by the host country from Oct. 12 – Aug. 13, with a total of 12 matches expected to be available for broadcast in Canada.
On Thursday, FIFA announced a 10-year broadcast deal with U.S. broadcaster ESPN that includes the rights to air all 16 World Cup matches, as well as all of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
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