Multiplatform broadcast network, Kwesé, will broadcast the highly anticipated Copa Libertadores second-leg final match between Argentine clubs, Boca Juniors and River Plate, on Sunday 9 December.
16 teams competed in the final stage of the competition, considered the South American equivalent of the Champions League, but it’s the first time the Buenos Aires rivals will meet in a Copa Libertadores final.
The first-leg match played in Boca’s stadium had ended 2 – 2 but the second-leg initially scheduled for 24 November was postponed twice after Boca Juniors team bus was attacked by River Plate fans on their way to River’s Monumental stadium.
The Superclasico is now due to hold on neutral grounds at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain and Kwese TV will bring all the action live and in HD to football fans across Nigeria.
The match will air on the Kwesé Event channel, 300, from 8.30pm on Sunday. There will also be a repeat broadcast on Monday 10 December at 10pm on Kwesé Free Sports, channel 285.
All Kwesé TV subscribers with disconnected accounts will need to pay the annual access fee of N1,900 to be able to watch the match. Kwese TV decoders continue to retail for N10,960 at Kwesé dealer outlets across the country.
Fans of South American football can also catch the Copa Sudamericana second-leg finals between Atlético Paranaense and Junior on Wednesday 12 December on Kwesé Free Sports.
Kwesé Free Sports has exclusive FTA pan-African rights for some of the world’s leading sports content including the Premiere League, NBA, premium pan-African boxing tournaments and so much more.
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