Football on Kwesé Sports
Football on Kwesé Sports
CONCACAF Champions League Final, Premier League, EFL Championship, FIFA Magazine Shows and more on Kwesé Sports
Kwesé Free Sports (KFS) is available in 12 sub-Saharan countries: Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Namibia, Rwanda, Botswana, Liberia, Cameroon, Ghana and Malawi. But Kwesé Sports has more to offer than the 24/7 LIVE sport channel, KFS. We also have Kwesé Sports 1, Kwesé Sports 2, ESPN, Liverpool TV, NBA TV and Kwesé FIFA. These extra sports channels are part of our Kwesé TV bouquet, which boasts over 75 channels. To enjoy the full Kwesé TV offering, including five LIVE sports channels, subscribe to Kwesé TV.
Football lovers who don’t have the Kwesé satellite TV offering can still enjoy loads of great content on Kwesé Free Sports. Are you a fan of English football? There’s something about the intimate stadiums, inclement weather and enthusiastic fans that makes English football so compelling. Plus, many African footballers play in the Premier League and EFL Championship and it’s worth keeping an eye on them.
FA Cup Semifinal Repeat: Man United vs Tottenham Hotspur (KFS, 24 April at 21:00 CAT)
Premier League Review (KFS, 24 April at 18:00 CAT)
Premier League: Southampton vs Bournemouth (KFS, 28 April at 16:00 CAT)
EFL Championship: Middlesbrough vs Millwall (KFS, 28 April at 18:30 CAT)
KFS viewers can also enjoy a fascinating football encounter between Chivas de Guadalajara (of Mexico) and Toronto FC (Canada) in the CONCACAF Champions League Final. CONCACAF includes the nations of North and Central America, and this competition gathers the top clubs of the region. It all comes down to this game and with Mexico in the FIFA World Cup, it’ll be interesting to see how their club players fare. Plus, there’s another continental club title on the line – South America’s Copa Libertadores. Keep an eye on that with KFS.
CONCACAF Champions League Final: Toronto vs Guadalajara (KFS at 3:30 CAT)
Copa Libertadores: Atl. Nacional vs Bolivar (KFS, 25 April at 2:30 CAT)
Those who have gone to the trouble to buy a satellite dish from Kwesé TV get KFS as part of their bouquet (even if their subscription lapsed). But, for the real football fan there’s plenty more happening on Kwesé TV. Liverpool supporters can tune to Liverpool TV (CH 330) for all the news, highlights and Repeats out of Anfield. Plus, with the FIFA World Cup kicking off 14 June, Kwesé is launching a new channel – Kwesé FIFA, which offers a full 24/7 FIFA World Cup coverage, including all the LIVE games. For now though, Kwesé TV viewers can enjoy a week of cracking football action.
EFL Championship: Derby County vs Cardiff City (KS1, 24 April at 20:45 CAT)
Copa Libertadores: Cruzeiro vs Univ. De Chile (KS1, 27 April at 0:15 CAT)
Arsenal Repeat (KS1, 28 April at 7:00 CAT)
Premier League Repeat: Manchester United vs Arsenal (KS1, 30 April at 17:00 CAT)
It’s countdown time to the FIFA World Cup and Kwesé TV subscribers can catch all 64 games LIVE, while KFS viewers can watch 32 LIVE games, including all the African matches. We have plenty in the way of magazine shows to warm you up for the big one. Check the Kwesé TV guide for shows like: FIFA Football Show; Road to Russia; and FIFA World Cup Magazine Show.
Plus, KFS viewers are in for a treat with the show Stars of Russia, which profiles the 20 players set to make their mark at this year’s FIFA World Cup.
Stars of Russia Magazine Show: Mbappe & Iheanacho (KFS, 2 May at 20:00 CAT)
Kwesé is your official FIFA World Cup broadcaster. Catch 32 games LIVE on Kwesé Free Sports - Africa’s exclusive free-to-air FIFA broadcaster – or get Kwesé TV and enjoy all 64 games LIVE in HD.