In all, the Disney networks will televise more than 140 live hours of the tournament, considered by many to be the premier national-team soccer tournament in the world. Univision’s Tudn and its newly launched streaming service PrendeTV will combine for Spanish-language U.S. coverage.
ESPN will televise 40 matches this summer, ESPN2 six, and ABC five including two Round of 16 matchups and a quarterfinal. The final, on Sunday, July 11, will air with coverage beginning at 2:30 p.m. Et on ESPN and ESPN+. The latter streaming service will livestream all matches with three different feeds: an aerial cam (tactical cam) and two feeds that feature a combo of player and manager Iso-Cams, along