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FIFA U-17 World Cup

FIFA U-17 World Cup

The FIFA U-17 World Cup, which was formerly known as the FIFA U-17 World Championship, is a men’s football competition. 24 National teams with players whose ages are under 17 compete in the FIFA U-17 World Cup finals. This competition was founded in 1985. The FIFA U-17 World Cup takes place every two years, in a hosting nation awarded by FIFA

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Channels licensed to broadcast FIFA U-17 World Cup in United States

FOX Network
Fox Sports Media has acquired the 2018 and 2022 FIFA U17 and U20 World Cups English language rights for the USA.
FX Channel
Fox Sports Media has acquired the FIFA Men´s U17 and U20 World Cup English Language USA rights until 2022.



U-17 Soccer World Cup to arrive on Chile's shores 2015
The Santiago Times
Preparations will begin shortly as Chile looks to improve on its recent poor showing at the U-17 World Cup. Photo via Chile — who automatically qualifies for the U-17 FIFA World Cup by virtue of hosting the tournament — open proceedings Oct ...
Telemundo takes over Spanish-language broadcast rights to the 2018 Soccer ...
What: Last night at a presentation in New York City's Rockefeller Center NBCUniversal's Telemundo and mun2 took over as the official Spanish-language broadcasters of the FIFA World Cup™ in the U.S. across all video platforms. ... in 2015: the Men's ...
FIFA U-17 World Cup World Cup legend inspires Young Chollima (registration)
For any country, a significant FIFA World Cup™ victory is a lasting legacy from which future generations can take heart. In the case of Korea DPR, their milestone last-eight finish at England 1966 remains a landmark worth celebrating even to this day ...
Joeys aim to demonstrate new Aussie philosophy (registration)
The 2015 U-17 World Cup may be still 11 months away, but Vidmar is clear in his vision for the team. “We want to play the brand of football we want to play,” Vidmar tells “We want to be proactive in possession, and also when we don't have the ...
Telemundo & mun2 Unveil 2015 FIFA Soccer Coverage
World Screen
The programming strategy will include coverage of the Men's FIFA U-20 World Cup, hosted by New Zealand; the FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada; the Men's FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup hosted by Portugal; and the FIFA U-17 World Cup played in Chile.
Soccer-Thailand down hosts Singapore, 10-man Malaysia held
Yahoo Finance UK
Chappuis, who won the FIFA under-17 World Cup in 2009 with Switzerland before switching to play for Thailand, stepped up to stroke home the spot-kick low to the right of Singaporean goalkeeper Hassan Sunny to leave the home side deflated. "Today was ...
Canada's under-20 team faces tough battle ahead of CONCACAF championship
Toronto Star
The English failed to make the world under-20 field, missing out on the final eight-team stage of UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Hungary in July. Austria, Germany, Hungary, Portugal, Serbia and Ukraine will represent Europe in New Zealand next ...
FIFA Unveils Russia 2018 World Cup Logo
NBC 6 South Florida (blog)
... Cup from Ottawa, Canada. In 2015 Telemundo and mun2 will feature four major FIFA tournaments, the Men's U-20 from New Zealand, Women's World Cup from Canada, Men's U-17 World Cup from Chile and Men's Beach Soccer World Cup from Portugal.
South Africa's World Cup legacy lives on (registration)
“The results of the Legacy Trust presented today show that we delivered on our promise that the 2010 FIFA World Cup would establish sustainable long-term human and social development initiatives through football in the host country," explained trustee ...
Telemundo Gets Spanish-Language Rights To World Cup
MediaPost Communications
Telemundo is officially taking over the U.S. Spanish-language broadcast rights to FIFA soccer events beginning in 2015 in anticipation of the 2018 Soccer World Cup, the U.S. Hispanic TV network announced, giving it a lock on arguably the most important ...

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