beIN’s dedicated sports channels will broadcast nonstop FIFA World Cup historic matches and exclusive shows beginning February 25, which is 1000 days ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar.
BeIN Media Group has announced that it will begin the broadcast of special shows and dedicated programmes on February 25, 2020, which is 1000 days ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, across its sports channels.
BeIN Sports’ free-to-air channel and HD 1 channel will broadcast dedicated programmes and special shows, including historic matches and highlights from the best players in the world such as Pele, Cruyff, Maradona and Platini as well as special clips of the historic day Qatar won the bid to host the World Cup and the history of Qatari football. The coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy will also be present in the beIN Sports studio.
Commenting on the plan, beIN Media Group’s Head of Sports Jonathan Whitehead said: “As the official broadcaster of the FIFA World Cup, beIN Sports’ main focus is providing millions of viewers with an exceptional World Cup experience. With a strong and proud footprint in the Middle East, we are tremendously excited and can’t wait for the 2022 FIFA World Cup to kick off right here in Qatar. As we move closer to the biggest sporting event in the history of this region, we are delighted to share this historic moment with our millions of viewers across MENA”.
BeIN Sports will also broadcast a dedicated show on the 25th of February with beIN star Mohammed Saadon Al Kuwari, Egyptian legend Mohammed Abutrika, Qatari football legend Mubarak Mustafa and guests from the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy. Exciting competitions will also take place for all fans participating on beIN’s official social media accounts.