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2016 FIFA Club World Cup TV Telecast Channels / Broadcasting Rights

Here is the complete list of 2016 FIFA Club World Cup Broadcasting rights that will provide live telecast of football matches. The 13th edition of the competition is going to be held in Japan this year. Seven football clubs from 6 confederations will compete for the title from 8 to 18 December 2016. All telecast channels in different nations have been announced and we are glad to present you the list of TV channels. So scroll down this page and see the broadcasters below.

2016 FIFA Club World Cup TV Telecast Channels / Broadcasting Rights

FIFA Club World Cup Broadcasting Rights

In United Kingdom: BT Sports will be providing live telecast of FIFA Club World Cup 2016 matches. If you are residing in United States, switch to Fox Sports for live coverage of matches on your television. Fox Sports will cover semi finals and final. In South Asia, Ten Sports is likely to provide live telecast of semi finals and final. For more information, kindly take a look on the Worldwide telecast channels list of this competition.

  • Algeria: beIN Sports Connect Arabia
  • Argentina: Fox Sports Cono Sur
  • Australia: beIN Sports
  • Austria: ORF Sport Plus
  • Bahrain: beIN Sports Connect Arabia
  • Belgium: Play Sports 1
  • Brazil: Fox Sports 1 Brasil, SporTV
  • Canada: Sportsnet World, Sportsnet World Now
  • Colombia: Fox Sports Cono Sur
  • Croatia: Fox sports Cono Sur
  • Denmark: CR 3, C More Play
  • Ecuador: Fox Sports Cono Sur
  • Germany: ARD and ZDF
  • Georgia: 1TV
  • Italy: RAI Sport 1
  • Malaysia: Astro Supersport
  • Norway: C More Play
  • Paraguay: Fox Sports Cono Sur
  • United States: Fox Sports
  • Ireland: Setanta Sports
  • France: Canal+
  • Spain: TDP
  • Sweden: C More Play, C More Fotball
  • Thailand: PPTV
  • United Kingdom: BT Sports
  • United States: Fox Sports Go, Fox Soccer 2Go, Fox Deportes, Fox Sports 1
  • Uruguay: Fox Sports Uruguay, Fox Sports Cono Sur
So these are the broadcasting rights of FIFA Club World Cup 2016 football competition. If you like this article, do share it with other football fans.

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