TV: Concacaf World Cup qualifying tournaments headed to Paramount+

Paramount+ (the new name for CBS All Access as of March 4) is expanding its soccer coverage.

Already CBS Sports has the rights to the NWSL and UEFA's men club competitions.

At Wednesday's ViacomCBS investor event to unveil new Paramount+'s programming, these new CBS Sports' soccer properties were announced:

-- Concacaf Nations League final four in June: the four-team tournament with the USA, Mexico, Costa Rica and Honduras.
-- Concacaf Men's World Cup 2022 qualifying in 2021-22: all matches except the USA's home games and its game at Mexico;
-- Concacaf Women's World Cup 2023 qualifying in 2023: all matches;
-- Argentina’s Liga Profesional de Fútbol starting in July: more than 300 matches a year streamed on Paramount+; and
-- Brazil's Campeonato Brasileiro Série A starting in May: more than 360 matches a year streamed on Paramount+.

CBS Sports is reported to also be in the hunt for the Italian Serie A's rights, which ESPN holds through the 2020-21 season.
1 comment about "TV: Concacaf World Cup qualifying tournaments headed to Paramount+".
  1. Rey Phillips, February 25, 2021 at 9:14 a.m.

    Are these the English language rights or all language rights?

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