Telemundo Deportes has announced their extensive plans for this summer’s Copa America tournament. Telemundo is one of the most popular American Spanish television networks. It is the second largest provider of Spanish language content behind Univision.
After understanding the draw for Copa America 2019, Telemundo Deportes has revealed the plans regarding the tournament. The network has promised to broadcast all 26 matches of Copa America live which will feature top teams from South America and two surprise teams – Japan and Qatar.
The Copa America tournament is scheduled from 14th June to 7th July. The network will provide live broadcast on Telemundo, Universo, and Telemundo Deportes’ app and their digital platforms.
Announcing their Copa America plans, Ray Warren, President of Telemundo Deportes said,
Telemundo Deportes’ ‘Summer of Soccer’ continues to take shape as last Thursday we learned the group stage lineup for the Copa America 2019. “As the home of the Biggest, Best Global Sports, we are looking forward to showcasing the best of CONMEBOL and South American soccer combined with our extensive multi-platform coverage of FIFA Women’s World Cup which takes place across the same dates and in different time zones. Our fans will be able to immerse themselves in soccer from morning til night. Over the course of one month, we will be providing extensive coverage from two continents, presenting 78 matches and starring 36 teams with the best players in the world”.
Not only live coverage of matches, but Telemundo will also provide the preview and analysis before and after the matches. The network promises an energetic 60 minutes show before the kick-off followed by 60 minutes of detailed match analysis.
Two renowned journalists of Brazil – Miguel Gurwitz and Mexican soccer legend Carlos Hermosillo will team up for to make the coverage interesting and fun. Various soccer players and experts are expected to join the team for preview analysis and commentary. As of now, Emmy Award winner Andres Cantor alongside experts Copan Alvarez, Sammy Sadovnik, Erasmo Provenza, Manuel So and Viviana Vila are lined up for the event.