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