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Channels licensed to broadcast FIFA Confederations Cup in United States

Fox Sports 1 USA
Fox Sports 1 USA » Seasons 2017-2024
Fox Sports 2 USA
Fox Sports 2 USA » Seasons 2015-2024
FOX Sports GO
FOX Sports GO » Seasons 2015-2024
fuboTV
fuboTV » Seasons 2017-2024
Futbol de Primera Radio
Futbol de Primera Radio » Seasons 2017-2019
Telemundo
Telemundo » Seasons 2017-2021
Spanish language multi-platform broadcast rights.

 

News

MLS in the new era of the FIFA Club World Cup - U.S. National Soccer Players
By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Mar 20, 2019) US Soccer Players - MLS received potential good news last week when FIFA opted to expand the Club World
U.S. National Soccer Players (4 weeks ago)
Confederations Cup has been scrapped, says US Soccer president - SportsPro Media
Carlos Cordeiro also suggests that Concacaf Gold Cup could also go.
SportsPro Media (1 month ago)
US Soccer boss: Confederations Cup done, Gold Cup in doubt - FRANCE 24
New York (AFP). US Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro says the FIFA Confederations Cup will not be play
FRANCE 24 (2 months ago)
Who We Are - News - FIFA Council votes for the introduction of a revamped FIFA Club World Cup - FIFA.com
Pilot edition of the 24-team tournament to be organised in June/July 2021; Overhauled competition to occupy the international match calendar slot that
FIFA.com (1 month ago)
U.S. Soccer president Cordeiro: Confederations Cup is no more, Gold Cup might be discontinued - Yahoo Sports
As part of the annual U.S. Soccer general meeting, federation president Carlos Cordeiro said that the
Yahoo Sports (2 months ago)
FIFA head wants refs to end soccer games if racism persists - ABC News
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has called for a crackdown on racism at soccer games after several high-profile incidents, and encouraged referees to abandon
ABC News (5 days ago)
FIFA plan expanded Club World Cup to replace Confederations Cup - Chicago Tribune
FIFA has laid out plans to replace the Confederations Cup with an expanded Club World Cup that would only be held every four years from 2021, a source told
Chicago Tribune (1 year ago)
No Confederations Cup to prelude FIFA World Cup now: Report - InsideSport
Amidst reports and speculation that football's world governing body FIFA could scrap the Confederations Cup Championships,
InsideSport (1 month ago)

 

About FIFA Confederations Cup

The FIFA Confederations Cup is a quadrennial tournament run by football’s governing body. All six champions from football confederations around the globe take part in this competition, joined by the host nation and the World Champion. This competition is used as a test for all World Cup hosts since all games are played in half the venues scheduled to be used in any upcoming World Cup.

The tournament was initially created in Saudi Arabia, where four teams played the King Fahd Cup. In 1997, FIFA took control of the tournament and decided to celebrate it every two years. The FIFA Confederations Cup changed to its current format in 2005 and served as a trial for Germany, who would host the 2006 WC.

There have been eight FIFA Confederations Cup since the tournament changed its name. Brazil has won four titles, followed by France with two trophies to their name.

The 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup was held in Russia. Germany entered the competition as World Champions and took the title home by beating Chile (CONMEBOL’s champion) with a 1-0 score in the final match.

The 2021 edition of this tournament will be held in an Asian country yet to be elected. Weather conditions in Qatar during the summer prevent this tournament from being held there, and the host nation will be named two years before the competition.

Did you know? Ronaldinho and Mexican legend Cuauhtémoc Blanco are the joint-top scorers in this competition. Both footballers scored nine goals.

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