The Italian Super Cup final, scheduled for Wednesday January 12th in San Siro, will see Italian champions Inter challenge the Juventus Italian Cup winners. If there is no full house due to anti-Covid measures, many will be watching from home. And not only in Italy.
The game will actually be broadcast in 130 countries by more than 25 foreign radio stations. Specifically, as summed up Football and finance:
- Sub-Saharan Africa: StarTimes
- Americas: ESPN (Latin America including Brazil), Fubo TV (Canada), ViacomCBS (USA, US territories)
- Asia: DAZN (Giappone), TVRI (Indonesia), UseeTV (Indonesia)
- Europe: DigitAlb (Albania), DAZN (Austria, Germany, Spain), TV Arena Sport (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia), A1 (MAX Sport) (Bulgaria), Cyta (Cyprus), Ekstra Bladet (Denmark), Nova (Greece), Charlton (Israel), ArtMotion (Kosovo), TSN (Malta), Ziggo (Netherlands), VG (Norway), Polsat (Poland), Premier Sports (UK, Ireland), AMC Networks (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary), Look TV (Romania), Okko (Russia), Aftonbladet (Sweden), TRT (Turkey), TRBC (Ukraine), NTRC (Uzbekistan).
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