Andy Gray and Richard Keys are heading to beIN SPORTS this summer to help the network’s coverage of Copa America, a source has revealed to World Soccer Talk.
beIN SPORTS has the exclusive English-language and Spanish-language rights to the month-long tournament that will be held in Chile featuring the giants of South America including Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Uruguay as well as the other CONMEBOL countries and invited nations Mexico and Jamaica.
While the games will be beamed live from Chile, Gray and Keys will be stationed in beIN SPORTS’ studio in Miami.
Gray and Keys currently work for beIN SPORTS in Doha where they produce The Keys & Gray Show as well as other content for the Middle East (and now global) network.
For viewers in the United States, all of the Copa America games will be shown live on television via beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS Espańol. However, if your TV provider doesn’t offer those channels, you can watch the games with a free 14-day trial to fuboTV.
A spokesperson for beIN SPORTS was reached to comment regarding this story, but didn’t return our e-mails.
What’s your opinion about Grays and Keys coming to the United States to host beIN SPORTS coverage of Copa America? Can two Englishmen cover the tournament better than Latin American soccer experts? Share your opinion in the comments section below.
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