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Where to Watch the Ballon d’Or Awards Live On US Television and Internet On Monday

FIFA Ballon d’Or trophy Where to Watch the Ballon dOr Awards Live On US Television and Internet On Monday

The 2013 FIFA Ballon d’Or Award will be presented on Monday to either Cristiano Ronaldo, Leo Messi or Franck Ribery. The broadcast is being televised and beamed around the world, and will be shown on television and the Internet for viewers in the United States.

The Gala begins at 12:30pm ET and will be shown live on television via FOX Soccer Plus and streaming live online at FOX Soccer 2Go.

If you want to watch the pre-Gala ceremonies (which tend to be a boring, drawn out affair from FIFA, but we may be pleasantly surprised), you can watch those live via FIFA’s YouTube Channel.  The schedule for the FIFA TV YouTube programming is as follows:

— 8am ET to watch the press conferences live,
— 10.30am ET to watch the Red Carpet live

UPDATE — YouTube is allowing viewers in the United States to watch the Ceremony live right now.

Who deserves to win the 2013 Ballon d’Or award? Cast your vote for Messi, Ronaldo or Ribery.

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3 Responses to Where to Watch the Ballon d’Or Awards Live On US Television and Internet On Monday

  1. The ceremony is also available on Fox Deportes…

  2. Emmett says:

    Currently watching the Youtube stream. Appears not to be blacked out.

  3. San Fransiscan says:

    For what its worth, I’m watching the ceremony on Fifa’s youtube channel.

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