ESPN FC is pleased to announce a brand new live match broadcast for this Saturday’s India vs. Pakistan match in New Delhi.
The match will be shown live from 1pm (local time) on ESPN FC.
The coverage will be presented in the US on ESPN3, ESPN2, ESPNEWS and ESPN Deportes, with the coverage available via ESPN.com and WatchESPN in the USA and across all the major streaming platforms.
The match, a rematch of the 2016 series between India and Pakistan, will be broadcast on ESPN from the India Soccer Federation (ISF) headquarters in New Jersey.ESPN is the official broadcaster of the India-Pakistan match and is in the process of securing a multi-year exclusive global broadcasting contract with the ISF.
It is the first match to be exclusively shown on ESPN in the United States.
ESPN will broadcast the match on two screens in New York, New Jersey, Chicago and Los Angeles.
ESPN has partnered with Fox Sports to deliver the coverage, with coverage to be available on Fox Sports GO in select markets.
The two-hour live stream will also be available for free on the Fox Sports Go app.
The live stream can also be viewed on the ESPN App, as well as on WatchESPN.ESPN will also provide exclusive streaming coverage of the match via its official WatchESPN app and on Watch ESPN, as it is part of the ESPN Digital Network.
For more information on the Indian-Pakistan series, please click here.