Concacaf and Univision signed an exclusive agreement for Spanish-language rights in the US covering both the Women’s and Men’s Olympic Qualifier

Concacaf and Univision sign Spanish-language rights deal
30 de enero de 2020

The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) and Univision have signed an exclusive agreement for Spanish language rights in the US covering both the Women’s and Men’s Olympic Qualifiers.

The Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifiers kicks-off this Thursday, Jan 30th and includes current FIFA World Champions the US Women’s National Team, fellow World Cup participants Canada and Jamaica, the Mexico Women’s National Team and Costa Rica, Panama, Haiti and St Kitts and Nevis. The eight teams will compete for the two regional spots at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Matches in the Women’s Olympic Qualifiers will be available on Univision’s TUDN sports cable network and TUDNxtra platform, as well as on TUDN Radio (schedule details below).

Univision’s commitment to bringing the road to Tokyo 2020 to fans will continue with the network broadcasting all games in the Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifiers, due to be played in the March FIFA Window with group games starting on March 20th, concluding with the Final on April 1st. The top eight teams across the region will compete for two regional spots in Tokyo 2020.