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Football on Kwesé Sports

Football on Kwesé Sports

09:15 SAST | 18 Jul 2018

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The excitement of the FIFA World Cup is over and it’s time to look forward to other football on Kwesé Sports.

The UEFA Nations League (starting 6 September on Kwesé Sports) is changing the landscape of international football, reducing meaningless friendlies and creating a league for all 55 UEFA countries. These football internationals will be played monthly during a window period, with the competition culminating in June 2019. There are four tiers to the competition (A, B, C and D), to ensure strength is matched with strength.

The top four teams in Group A play in the semifinals and final in June 2019. It’ll be interesting to see if England, France, Croatia and Belgium can take their World Cup form into this brand-new format.

Staying with international football, France are going from World Cup winners to FIFA World Cup hosts, with the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup (starting 5 August on Kwesé Sports) being played there. Africa is being represented at the tournament by Ghana and Nigeria. Look out for Nigerian captain Rasheedat Ajibade, who is touted by many as a potential great of the women’s game.

Okay, so they didn’t bring the World Cup Trophy home, but England is still the home of football and their clubs are still the most popular in the world. In August we bring you coverage of  the EFL Championship and Carabao Cup. And Kwesé Sports also brings you Repeats of matches involving Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.

Brazil were perhaps a little unlucky to be bounced out of the World Cup. But South American football is still the most skilful, pacey and penetrative. The Copa Sudamericana and Copa Libertadores are South Americas answer to the Europa League and UEFA Champions League respectively, bringing together the top clubs of South America. Brazil and Argentina tend to produce the top clubs, but, there’s also Chile, Uruguay and Colombia who produce excellent teams. Kwesé Sports brings you action from these two competitions.

Plus, Kwesé Sports brings you coverage of Superliga Argentina – that country’s top division – which includes legendary clubs like Boca Juniors and River Club, who draw large crowds of fanatical supporters.

Southern Africa’s football federation, COSAFA, is about to hold the COSAFA U17 Championship, in Mauritius (19-30 July). Kwesé Sports is bringing you all those matches LIVE. The winner of the competition automatically qualifies for the FIFA U17 World Cup.

You can always watch some our football free on Kwesé Free Sports, or you can watch all the games on Kwesé TV and Kwesé iflix.

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