Tv Channels To Watch 2016 FIFA Club World Cup WorldWide

Here are the Tv channels to watch 2016 FIFA Club World Cup that will be hosted by Japan, starting from this December 2016. The 2016 FIFA Club World Cup will kick off on 8th December with a playoff game between the hosts nation champions vs Auckland city. The winner will move to quarter final to face the African champions.
FIFA has sold extensive rights of 2016 FIFA Club World Cup worldwide to the following list of channels. Their will be broadcasting the competitions matches live in your part of the world.

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Tv Channels To Watch 2016 FIFA Club World Cup Worldwide

1. United Kingdom  (BT Sports)

2. Ireland  (Setanta Sports).

BT Sports will show only the Semifinal and the final matches in Ireland.

3. Australia  (beIN Sports)

4. France  (Canal+).

Canal+ channel will broadcast 4 games. Their include the semifinals, final and third place playoff.

5. USA  (FoxSports)

FoxSports will cover semifinals and finals in United States through TV and online streams.

6. India & South Asia   (TenSports)

The semifinal and final matches will be broadcasted in  India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

7. Germany   (ARD, ZDF)

The semifinals and finals matches live for German viewers.

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8. Other European Countries (EuroSports)

The live coverage rights in many European countries.

9. Middle-east (beIN Sports).

beIN Sports will cover live of all matches in middle-eastern countries.

10. South American Countries (ESPN Latin and FoxSports)

The matches will be broadcasted in South American countries like Brazil.

11. Caribbean  (DirectTV)

If you reside in any of the Caribbean countries, you need to have directTV to watch all the matches on TV.

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