ESPN Deportes will present nearly 500 live hours of World Cup-related news and information programming from June 14 – July 15 across ESPN’s Spanish-language network, digital and radio platforms

ESPN plans extensive news and information coverage for 2018 World Cup
08 de junio de 2018

ESPN plans extensive English and Spanish-language news and information coverage of the 2018 World Cup in Russia across its media platforms in the United States during the month-long tournament, June 14 – July 15.

ESPN’s English-language coverage will include a special one-hour SportsCenter – primarily on ESPN2 at 5 p.m. ET – on every match day of the tournament. The SportsCenter editions will focus primarily on World Cup news and analysis. ESPNFC.com correspondents will also provide on-site reports from Russia. ESPN FC, the global soccer program available exclusively in the U.S. on ESPN+, the ESPN App and ESPN.com, will also air daily.

ESPN Deportes will prominently feature World Cup coverage on SportsCenter, Fútbol Picante, Jorge Ramos y Su Banda, Raza Deportiva, Los Capitanes, Cronómetro, and more, providing expansive news and analysis throughout the competition. Much of the 2018 World Cup content on these shows will originate from the ESPN Deportes set in Moscow, overlooking the Kremlin.

ESPN Deportes will present nearly 500 live hours of World Cup-related news and information programming from June 14 – July 15 across ESPN’s Spanish-language network, digital and radio platforms.
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