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AT&T U-verse Adds beIN SPORT; Good News For Soccer Fans

bein sport logo AT&T U verse Adds beIN SPORT; Good News For Soccer Fans

Just in time for the crucial World Cup qualifying match between the United States and Costa Rica (9:30pm ET tonight on beIN SPORT), AT&T U-verse has added beIN SPORT to its programming guide. Both beIN SPORT and beIN SPORT en Espanol debut today nationwide in HD and SD.

In addition to tonight’s match between USA-Costa Rica, beIN SPORT has exclusive coverage of La Liga, Serie A, Ligue Un, the Championship and other leagues. Plus the network will be showing CONMEBOL and CONCACAF World Cup qualifying matches.

“We are delighted to be able to add beIN Sport to our robust lineup of AT&T U-verse TV sports programming,” said Aaron Slator, president, content and advertising, AT&T. “This is a definite win for our AT&T U-verse TV customers. They will now have the opportunity to see this exclusive coverage coming to them from some of the most exciting international stadiums and venues in the world.”

“The AT&T U-verse content team has just scored another coup for its customers by bringing our networks in English and Spanish to their customers,” said Yousef Al-Obaidly, managing director of beIN SPORT. “AT&T U-verse TV customers are passionate. And our two networks will offer them more soccer and top flight international competition than any other channel.”

AT&T U-verse TV will offer beIN SPORT on Channel 662 in SD/1662 in HD, 3120 in SD/3320 in HD. The Spanish-language channel, beIN SPORT en Español, will be available on Channel 663 in SD/1663 in HD, 3119 in SD/3319 in HD.


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