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beIN SPORT to Televise All South American World Cup Qualifying Games LIVE

beIN Sport is the first TV network to televise every South American 2014 World Cup qualifying game; coverage starts this Friay (September 7).

South American World Cup qualifiers coverage airs live on beIN Sport from September 7 going.Previously Only Accessible on Pay-Per-View and Closed Circuit TV, New International Sports Network is Showing Each Game Live.  beIN SPORT, the new independent 24-hour global network dedicated to live and exclusive coverage of the world’s best international sports, begins its complete coverage of the South American World Cup qualifiers this Friday. beIN SPORT is the first sports network to carry every game of the CONMEBOL qualifying round and each game will be carried live.

In contrast to previous years, when games of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying tournament could only be seen on pay-per-view or closed-circuit television, beIN SPORT’s programming is available to millions of subscribers to the nation’s largest satellite and cable TV distributors – including DIRECTV, DISH and Comcast, among others. 

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Live Soccer on beIN Sport this week – September 1 to September 8, 2012

Action-packed weekend plus South American internationals on the menu for US Soccer Fans on beIN Sport.

beIN Sport 1 and beIN Sport en EspanolThere is so much to look forward to during the next seven days on beIN Sport en Espanol. Watch up to 13 live matches on this channel. This package includes up to nine La Liga fixtures and three South American World Cup 2014 qualifying games.

beIN Sport en Espanol brings you four matches from the 2012/13 Spanish Primera Division on Saturday, September 1. Watch Celta de Vigo vs Osasuna, Real Zaragoza vs Malaga, Deportivo La Coruna vs Getafe and Mallorca vs Real Sociedad all on Saturday.

Athletic Club vs Real Valladolid and Udinese vs Juventus come your way on Sunday in 10:00am EST and 12:00pm EST kick-offs. beIN Sport en Espanol’s coverage of La Liga continues with Real Madrid vs Granada and Barcelona vs Valencia on September 2.

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