UNIVERSO Live Streaming and TV Listings
|Friday, 1 December|
|Argentina vs Mali||FIFA World Cup|
|Sunday, 3 December|
|Germany vs France||FIFA World Cup|
Competitions available on UNIVERSO
FIFA World Cup (2018-2026)NBCUniversal's Telemundo has acquired Spanish-language media rights to the FIFA World Cup 2026 in the United States. The prestigious tournament, co-hosted by Canada, Mexico, and the United States, will be showcased on Telemundo, offering extensive coverage of the matches, exclusive content, and behind-the-scenes access.
More detailsViewers can tune in to Telemundo and stream the 2026 World Cup live on Peacock, ensuring a front-row seat to witness the pinnacle of global soccer.
FIFA Women's World Cup (2018-2023)Telemundo, the Spanish-spoken network that owns the broadcasting rights to the Women’s World Cup being played in Australia and New Zealand, has unveiled its plan to bring audiences closer to this competition set to take place between July 20 and August 20, with fans being able to follow all 64 games of the tournament along with the broadcasting team with the most women ever for a coverage of this type.
The competition will be available to watch on linear TV channels Telemundo and Universo, with Telemundo carrying 33 games and Universo getting to broadcast 31.
More detailsTo make the tournament available to all, Peacock will handle live streaming coverage for all games.
The Spanish-language company will cover the tournament on-site and with a detailed studio coverage, having Ana Jurka and Miguel Gurwitz as anchors, and with the help of veteran reporter Carlos Yustis and Premier League host Carlota Vizmanos. As a cherry on top, journalist Verónica Rodríguez will host Zona Mixta, the show being aired during the weekends for the entirety of the tournament.
Live games will be called by the multi-Emmy winner Andrés Cantor, who will team up with former Chivas midfielder Manuel Sol and former coach Natalia Astrain for all top games. Additional coverage will be handled by Sammy Sadovnik, Copán Álvarez, Daniella López-Guajaro and Jorge Calvo, among others. Live game commentary will be provided by the heralded Eduardo Biscayart and journalist Diana Rincón.
To provide a deeper view of the competition, Telemundo will add expert help to their coverage with some special guests, which will include Deyna Castellanos (Venezuelan National Team), Isabella Echeverri (Colombian NT), Janelly Farías (Mexico National Team), Jaime Herrera ( former Mexican ref), Kenti Robles (Mexico NT), Maxi Rodríguez (Argentine National Team), Lucila Venegas (Mexican ref), and many more.
This edition of the Women’s World Cup will be one for the record books, as it will mark the first time for U.S. television where a tournament of this kind is aired in its entirety on Spanish-spoken TV. Added to that, this will be the first edition of the Women’s World Cup that will be available to stream live via Peacock.
Olympic Soccer - Men (2018-2032)NBCUniversal-owned network Telemundo has secured exclusive Spanish-language broadcast rights for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, including women's football matches.
CONCACAF Nations League (2023-2026)NBCUniversal has secured a deal to broadcast select matches of the CONCACAF Nations League, featuring national teams from North and Central America and the Caribbean. Soccer fans can catch the action on Telemundo and stream the matches on Peacock, providing extensive coverage of the intense regional competition.
Olympic Soccer - Women (2018-2032)NBCUniversal-owned network Telemundo has secured exclusive Spanish-language broadcast rights for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
England - Premier League (2022-2028)NBC has extended its already long-standing broadcast partnership deal with the Premier League until 2028 after signing a six year new deal. This contract will see NBC provide coverage of all 380 Premier League games each season, and coverage will be provided across NBCUniversal's family of networks, including NBC, USA Network, CNBC, nbcsports.
More detailscom, Peacock, Telemundo, Universo, and other corresponding platforms.
FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup (2019-2025)
Friendly (2023-2026)NBCUniversal's Telemundo has secured exclusive Spanish-language broadcast rights for the Men's National Team international friendlies in the United States. Soccer fans can catch the thrilling matches on Telemundo and stream on Peacock, providing comprehensive coverage of the team's fixtures and showcasing the talent of the USMNT.
SheBelieves Cup (2023-2026)NBCUniversal's Telemundo has secured exclusive Spanish-language broadcast rights for the SheBelieves Cup. Soccer enthusiasts can watch the intense competition between top women's national teams on Telemundo, ensuring comprehensive coverage and an engaging viewing experience for fans across the United States.
More detailsThe SheBelieves Cup matches may also be available for streaming on Peacock.
Women's Friendly (2023-2026)Following a broadcast rights deal between NBCUniversal and the US Soccer Federation, soccer fans can enjoy exclusive Spanish-language coverage of the Women's National Team international friendlies. The matches are expected to be broadcast on Telemundo and streamed on Peacock.
Mexico - Liga MX (2020-2026)Spanish-language network Telemundo Deportes has acquired bilingual media rights to the Liga MX matches of Club Deportivo Chivas de Guadalajara. The broadcaster will show all Chivas home games in both English- and Spanish-language across its platforms in USA—including television and streaming services.
More detailsIn addition to the matches, coverage will comprise pregame, halftime and postgame shows on Universo. Telemundo’s multi-year deal also includes live matches from youth club Cantera Rojiblanca.
Mexico - Liga MX Femenil (2020-2026)NBCUniversal’s Telemundo has agreed a multi-year deal to show live matches from Chivas Femenil on its platforms.
UNIVERSO History, Coverage, Features
Universo is a general entertainment pay-TV network in the United States. It is owned by NBCUniversal Hispanic Enterprises Group and Content, a division of NBCUniversal. Previously referred to as NBC Universo, the network focuses its content on U.S. Latinos through its Spanish-language programs.
As a sister channel of many stations overseen by NBC Sports Group, Universo broadcasts a significant amount of sporting events. Disciplines for which Universo has provided live coverage since it was launched in October 1993 include soccer, motorsport, and American football, in addition to many others from Olympic Games.
Universo’s soccer coverage in the past has included major international soccer tournaments, such as the FIFA World Cup and FIFA Women’s World Cup. It has also aired live matches of youth tournaments, including the FIFA U-20 World Cup and FIFA U-17 World Cup.
At club level, Universo’s history of soccer broadcast rights boasts big leagues under different confederations, such as the Mexican Liga MX and the English Premier League. With its content geared towards its Spanish-speaking audience, Universo has teamed up countless time with sister network Telemundo Deportes, for its Spanish-language coverage of soccer competitions.
Universo is available on DirecTV channel 410 (HD) and Dish Network channel 838 (HD) in USA, on satellite. It is also available via IPTV on AT&T U-verse SD channels 192 and 3009. On Verizon FiOS, Universo comes on SD channels 275 and 1643, and HD channel 775.
Multiple cable TV providers in USA offer Universo as part of their channel line-up, but the network’s channel number may vary based on the location. Optimum TV subscribers can watch Universo in HD on channels 197 and 1074, whereas for Spectrum customers in Manhattan, New York, Universo is available on channel 42. Spectrum subscribers in Long Beach, California, can however access Universo on channels 271 and 864.
Universo NOW also makes its programs—live soccer matches included—available on its streaming platform Universo NOW. The latter is available online for PC and Mac, and has a mobile app for both iOS and Android. Furthermore, viewers may choose to stream Universo online and on mobile via PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV and Sling TV.
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