beIN SPORTS to televise World Cup 2026 Vote on Wednesday

beIN SPORTS will broadcast a live show on Wednesday, June 13 that will feature live updates and reactions to FIFA’s decision on whether 2026 World Cup will be awarded to the united bid of USA, Mexico and Canada or Morocco.

The coverage, which begins at 6am ET on beIN SPORTS, will feature analysts and reports from Moscow. The broadcast will be hosted by Kay Murray and Jeremy St. Louis. And, impressively, beIN SPORTS will have three hours of coverage (from 6am to 9am ET).

beIN SPORTS will follow up with a special episode of The Xtra from Noon-1pm ET as a wrap-up with hosts Kay Murray, George Metellus and Jeremy St. Louis. That broadcast will feature reactions to the decision of who will host the 2026 World Cup and run-through all the hottest topics and predictions ahead of the start of this year’s edition.

While a lot of soccer fans in the United States feel pretty confident about the combined effort of USA/Canada/Mexico winning the bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup, the reality is completely different. Morocco has an excellent chance of returning the World Cup hosting to Africa especially given that it’s up to the FIFA member nations to vote for a choice of Morocco, USA/Canada/Mexico or neither.

The implications of winning the bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup are massive, so kudos to beIN SPORTS for deciding to host special live coverage of this important event.

FOX Sports will also broadcast the event later in the morning from 6:30am ET.

 

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  1. Curtis Williams June 10, 2018

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