The games will be broadcast live and exclusive on beIN, with Arabic, English and French commentary.
BeIN Sports will broadcast three European football matches on October 24. El Clásico, Manchester United v Liverpool and Le Classique will be broadcast live and exclusive across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
El Clasico will also be available on beIN Sports 1 and beIN 4K with a dedicated Arabic studio, and beIN Sports 2 English, plus in French on beIN Sports 1 French. BeIN will be airing a special series of El Clásico programming on beIN Premium 1, including El Clásico: More than a Game, exploring Spanish culture and traditions through the rivalry between Real Madrid and Barcelona; Road to Clásico, a show dedicated to showcasing the two teams’ history; and El Clásico Analysing, a beIN feature assessing the tactical variables and solutions found by the coaches during this season’s LaLiga.
It will then be followed by the English Premier League where Manchester United vs Liverpool kicks off at 17:45 Mecca, live from Old Trafford. Tune in on beIN Sports 1 Premium for the Arabic Sunday studio and beIN Sports 1 English for the English coverage to see all the action. Chelsea legend Ruud Gullit will be among the studio guests.
Ligue 1 will be the last match to air on Sunday where “Le Classique” takes place at 21:45 Mecca between two of France’s most dominant teams – Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) vs. Olympique de Marseille. Catch the game on beIN Sports 2 and beIN Sports 1 Premium during the special Arabic Sunday studio where Arsene Wenger will be among the studio guests.
Duncan Walkinshaw, Acting Director of Programs at beIN MENA, said: “The best in live sport is the heartbeat of beIN, and we are excited to showcase the biggest games in European football this Sunday, back to back. Only beIN can offer this service, the best games, a choice of three languages plus the best analysts around. This weekend we welcome Arsene Wenger and Ruud Gullit to our state-of-the-art studios to join our regular Arabic and English analysts.”