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beIN SPORTS gains rights to broadcast FIFA Club World Cup 2019

Dentsu, on behalf of FIFA, has signed a two-year exclusive broadcast rights of FIFA Club World Cup with beIN Media Group. The agreement will allow beIN SPORTS to broadcast exclusive FIFA Club World Cup in 24 countries across the Middle East & North Africa region.

From December 11-21, FIFA Club World Cup 2019 will be held in Qatar for the first time and broadcast live on beIN SPORTS to millions of viewers in the region.

The FIFA Club World Cup is the crowning global club competition, with the champions from each continent – Europe (Liverpool), South America (Flamengo), North and Central America and the Caribbean (CF Monterrey), Africa (ES Tunis), Oceania (Hienghene Sport), Asia (Al Hilal) – as well as host nation champions Al Sadd, competing in Qatar for the title of best football club in the world.

Yousef Al-Obaidly, CEO of beIN Media Group, said: “We are delighted to have secured the exclusive media rights for the FIFA Club World Cup across 24 countries of the Middle East and North Africa, once again showing our commitment to broadcasting the best sporting competitions on the planet.

“With our world-class studios and facilities in Doha, as well as our experienced staff and talent, beIN SPORTS will proudly broadcast this prestigious international club football tournament to millions of viewers across the region.”

With broadcast on satellite in 4K and full HD, the beIN experience is also available on mobiles, tablets, computers and other home devices through beIN CONNECT.

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