ESPN to air The Florida Cup in Latin America

ESPN announced that it has reached an agreement to air the Florida Cup, the annual competition of international soccer. The network will air all eight matches across its family of networks in the United States (ESPN Deportes), Mexico and Central America, Caribbean Islands, South America (except for Brazil) and for the first time since 2015, Oceania.
In Latin America, The Florida Cup will air on ESPN linear networks and stream live on ESPNPlay. In the U.S. all eight Florida Cup matches will stream live in Spanish on the ESPN App. ESPN Deportes, the Spanish-language network serving U.S. Hispanics, will air select matches.
“The Florida Cup has quickly become a global pre-season tournament and one of the most popular international soccer events played on U.S. soil and we’re thrilled to showcase all the matches to soccer fans across ESPN platforms,” said Tim Bunnell, senior vice president of production, programming, marketing and advertising sales, ESPN International.

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