• Thursday Mar 06, 2014

    TV Schedule Announced for CONCACAF Champions League Quarterfinal Matchups

    All Eight Quarterfinal Games Will be Televised across a Majority of the Confederation Market

     
    MIAMI (Thursday, March 6, 2014) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) released today the broadcast schedule for the 2013-14 CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals, with widespread TV coverage to include all eight quarterfinal matches.
     
    Highlights include a full slate of programming on the FOX Sports and Univision families of networks, allowing millions of viewers in the Confederation’s largest TV markets to enjoy the first phase of the championship round of the region’s most important club competition.
     
    Each of the upcoming quarterfinal matches – to be played over two legs in home-and-away format from 10-20 March – will be shown in the United States, Mexico and Canada, as well as throughout Central America and parts of the Caribbean. The programming includes three quarterfinal matchups between Liga MX and Major League Soccer sides, as well as an all-Central America showdown.
     
    Fans in the US will see all the quarterfinal games on either Fox Sports 2 or Fox Soccer Plus in English, while viewers in the US who prefer their Champions League action in Spanish will enjoy coverage on the Univision Deportes Network (UDN) and Galavision.  In Mexico and parts of Central America and the Caribbean, matches will be shown on Fox Sports and Fox Sports 2.
     
    In addition to programming elsewhere, the two games involving the Central American clubs will be broadcast live in Panama on TV Max and MedCom, and can be seen in Costa Rica on Repretel. Viewers in Canada can tune into all eight matches on SportsNet World.
     
    Fans can also listen to radio broadcasts of several of the quarterfinal games on the ESPN Deportes Radio network, in all the countries reached by the network Confederation-wide. ESPN’s international radio coverage will feature five matches during this two-week quarterfinal stage.
     
    To view the complete TV broadcast schedule, please visit CONCACAF.com  For further information and confirmation of programming please check your local listings.
     
    2013-14 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – CHAMPIONSHIP STAGE
     
    QUARTER-FINALS:
     
    1ST Leg – March 10-13
    Monday, March 10  
    Alajuelense (CRC) vs. Arabe Unido (PAN) -  10pm ET (8pm local)  -- Repretel (Costa Rica), TV Max/MedCom (Panama), Fox Soccer Plus and UDN (USA) & Fox Sports 2 (Mexico)
           
    Tuesday, March 11
    San Jose Earthquakes (USA) vs. Toluca (MEX) – 10pm ET (7pm local) – Fox Sports 2 and UDN (USA) & Fox Sports (Mexico)
           
    Wednesday, March 12
    Sporting Kansas City (USA) vs. Cruz Azul (MEX) – 8pm ET (7pm local) -- Fox Sports 2 and UDN (USA) & Fox Sports (Mexico)
     
    LA Galaxy (USA) vs. Tijuana (MEX) – 10pm ET (7pm local) -- Fox Soccer Plus and Galavision (USA) & Fox Sports (Mexico)
     
    2nd Leg – March 18-20
    Tuesday, March 18
    Tijuana (MEX) vs. LA Galaxy (USA) – 10pm ET (7pm local) -- Fox Sports 2 and Galavision (USA) & Fox Sports (Mexico)
     
    Wednesday, March 19
    Toluca (MEX) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (USA) – 8pm ET (6pm local) -- Fox Sports 2 and UDN (USA) & Fox Sports (Mexico)
     
    Cruz Azul (MEX) vs. Sporting Kansas City (USA) – 10pm ET (8pm local) -- Fox Sports 2 and Galavision (USA) & Fox Sports (Mexico)
       
    Thursday, March 20
    Arabe Unido (PAN) vs. Alajuelense (CRC) – 10pm ET (9pm local) -- Repretel (Costa Rica), TV Max/MedCom (Panama), Fox Soccer Plus and UDN (USA) & Fox Sports 2 (Mexico)

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