Football focused sports streaming platform Sports Flick has confirmed the acquisition of the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
The CONCACAF Gold Cup features the top footballers in North American Confederation, with the competition set to commence on July 10th, 2021, with the Final to be played on August 1st 2021.
All matches will be broadcast on Sports Flick live and on-demand, allowing more Australians to see a greater number of high-profile, international football matches and tournaments.
The 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup will feature host nation the United States, as well as Canada, and Confederation heavyweights Mexico, Costa Rica, and Honduras. Australia’s AFC rivals Qatar will also feature in the competition by invitation.
“We are proud to announce another major football tournament to be broadcast on Sports Flick,”
said Chief Executive Officer Dylan Azzopardi,
“we are committed in our endeavours to provide more football from around the world for Australians to watch.”
The 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup adds to Sports Flick’s growing football offering, with the K League, Austrian Bundesliga, Chinese Super League, Liga Primera, and the UAE Arabian Gulf League all broadcast Live and Exclusively.
“The CONCACAF Gold Cup is a fantastic opportunity for Australians to connect with football from another corner of the world”
said General Manager Michael Turner,
“Our latest acquisition supports our broadcast strategy, that Football is the world game, and we want to ensure Australians can enjoy as much football as possible from all corners of the world.”
CONCACAF have appointed MEDIAPRO Group to promote the Gold Cup internationally and grow the stature of the already illustrious competition.
“As part of our growing slate of properties, we are delighted to be able to bring the 2021 CONCACAF GOLD CUP to Australia through Sports Flick,”
said Lars Heidenreich, Managing Director of Mediapro Asia.
“We trust this event brings more diverse content to the Football fans in Australia and enhances our partnership with Sports Flick, diversifying their existing library of sports rights for their Australian audiences.”.
The ultimate groups’ compositions will be finalised at the completion of the Preliminary Rounds in early July.
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