Fox Soccer has acquired the US English-language TV rights to five additional Concacaf competitions, reports SportsPro.
The US network will add the 2015 Womenâ€™s World Cup qualifiers, the 2013 Menâ€™s U17 and U20 Championships, and the 2014 Womenâ€™s U17 and U20 Championships to its existing coverage of the Gold Cup and Concacaf Champions League, which it signed a deal for in August.
â€śWe are thrilled to add five different and unique Concacaf competitions to Fox Soccer beginning this month,â€ť said David Nathanson, executive vice president and general manager of Fox Soccer.
â€śNot only can viewers follow the US Women for another exhilarating quest for a seventh consecutive Fifa World Cup appearance, but theyâ€™re also able to witness many of the regionâ€™s emerging young stars.â€ť
â€śOur expanded relationship with Fox Soccer in the United States is a tangible example of the growing popularity that our competitions are experiencing within our regionâ€ś, added Concacaf president Jeffrey Webb.
â€śWe are hopeful that this comprehensive coverage model will serve as the benchmark for future years.â€ť