The countdown to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar has begun, with the tournament set to run from November 20 to December 18 and provide the most thrilling distillation of ‘The Beautiful Game’.

DStv and GOtv is the only true home of football in Africa, offering a range and depth of action that no other rival can match it’s literally ‘Unbeatable Football’!

Managing Director of MultiChoice Ghana, Alex Okyere said “The euphoria is building up, and we are excited to deliver, literally the world’s best football to our customers. 

“Our teams have been active to ensure a great experience for viewers, not only in terms of the viewing quality and access to matches, but the value-added offerings including, but not limited to, post-game reviews by top-class football analysts, more local language commentary plus entertaining World-Cup related fringe content. There’s a lot to look forward to and we are proud to provide a platform for customers to experience it with us”

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is just over a month away and several channels will be rebranded to bring you the best coverage of the greatest sports tournament in history.

In terms of DStv, SuperSport Football Plus (available on the DStv Compact package and up) will become FIFA World Cup Central, a 24-hour channel focused on the tournament, providing live coverage of 56 games with full studio presentation, previews and reviews, as well as live magazine shows.

SuperSport Premier League (available on the DStv Compact package and up) becomes FIFA World Cup Naija (Nigeria) or FIFA World Cup Africa (rest of the continent), a 24-hour channel providing live coverage of 56 games with default vernacular commentary.

SuperSport La Liga (available on the DStv Access package and up) becomes FIFA World Cup Select 1, a 24-hour channel featuring 30 live games, all African teams, eight simultaneous fixtures, repeats and magazine shows.

SuperSport Variety 1 (available on the DStv Access package and up) becomes FIFA World Cup Select 2, also a 24-hour channel featuring 30 live games, all African teams, eight simultaneous fixtures, repeats and magazine shows.

SuperSport Football (available on the DStv Access package and up) becomes FIFA World Cup Fan Zone, a 24-hour channel devoted to fan coverage and reaction, news, press conferences and all the emotion experienced by those following every second of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

In addition, SuperSport Blitz (available on the DStv Access package and up) will provide match reports, previews, breaking news and interviews from Qatar 2022 as part of its usual role of being your one-stop shop to get the latest and greatest sporting information from around the world.

On the side of GOtv, SuperSport GOtv Football (available on the GOtv Plus package and up) becomes FIFA World Cup Select 1 (Nigeria) or FIFA World Cup Select 2 (rest of the continent), a 24-hour channel featuring 30 live games, all African teams, eight simultaneous fixtures, repeats and magazine shows.

SuperSport GOtv La Liga (available on the GOtv Supa package)  becomes FIFA World Cup Central, a 24-hour channel focused on the tournament, providing live coverage of 56 games with full studio presentation, previews and reviews, as well as live magazine shows.

SuperSport GOtv Select 1 (available on the GOtv Supa package) becomes FIFA World Cup Naija (Nigeria) or FIFA World Cup Africa (rest of the continent), a 24-hour channel providing live coverage of 56 games with default vernacular commentary.

There will also be a Pop-Up channel, FIFA World Cup Fan Zone (available on the GOtv Lite package and up) a 24-hour channel devoted to fan coverage and reaction, news, press conferences and all the emotion experienced by those following every second of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

In addition, SuperSport Blitz (available on the GOtv Lite package and up) will provide match reports, previews, breaking news and interviews from Qatar 2022 as part of its usual role of being your one-stop shop to get the latest and greatest sporting information from around the world.

In terms of language options, Ghana will have commentary in English, Twi and Pidgin.

SuperSport Maximo 1 and 2 will feature 56 lives matches, with simultaneous kick-off fixtures broadcast on SuperSport Maximo 3. SuperSport Maximo 360 will serve as a dedicated 24-hour fan channel. SuperSport Liyu (available on the DStv Family package and up) will have 30 live matches, with full Amharic/Oromifa commentary from Ethiopia.

Aside from all the on-pitch action, SuperSport will also keep fans entertained and informed with the following magazine shows:

  • ‘Marhaba Qatar’ – Every Sunday morning and all six non-match days, starting October 30
  • ‘Masterplan’ – Deep analysis show, every Sunday at 10:00 (first show) and 14:00 (after group stage)
  • ‘Super Saturday’ – Includes live crossing and features from Qatar
  • ‘World Cup Insights’ – Conversations with top guests in Doha

To take your viewing experience to an even higher level, DStv channels will all be available to stream and the following second-screen options can be utilised:

  • Dedicated in-game highlights loop and superstar player cams on the DStv App/web/mobile
  • FIFA World Cup rail includes all catch-up highlights and packages on the DStv App/web/mobile

On Showmax, the Pro package will provide access to all live matches, highlights, magazine shows and archive content, while Showmax Standard will feature the same content, minus the live match coverage.

No rival can compete with SuperSport’s coverage. Our viewers on DStv and GOtv enjoy an unrivalled selection of football from around the world!

Don’t miss the New Football Season on SuperSport on DStv and GOtv. Visit www.dstv.com and www.gotvafrica.com to subscribe or upgrade and join in on the excitement. And while you’re on the move, you can stream matches on the DStv App.

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