Fox Sports en Español details special World Cup programming


Fox Sports en Español will host a variety of broadcasts directly from South Africa and will continue its regularly programmed coverage throughout the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The exclusive programming will bring the color, sounds and interviews from key players, coaches and teams, and will keep viewers informed on the latest info about the world’s most important soccer tournament around the clock. From the first match with Mexico taking on South Africa through the Final, Fox Sports en Español will feature the most relevant highlights and up-to-date information with a wide array of expert commentators to keep viewers abreast of everything World Cup related.

Analysts will be featured on Fox Sports en Español throughout its comprehensive Spanish-language reporting of the World Cup. The commentating team will include sports journalist Raul Orvañanos, who will broadcast directly from South Africa during “Cara a Cara en Directo” and will be covering his 8th FIFA World Cup. Other hosts include well-known Argentine sports journalist Fernando Niembro and Chilean soccer expert Luis Omar Tapia. These highly respected voices bring first-hand knowledge to the wide-range of programming on Fox Sports en Español during the World Cup.


•Fox Sports Central (June 7-July 11 from 8am-8pm ET) will feature in-depth analysis and reporting on the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The show will bring the latest information on all the key players and will pay special attention to the Mexico, US, Brazil, Chile and Argentine teams with access to their respective camps.
•Cara a Cara en Directo (June 7-July 11 at 11pm ET) hosted by legendary commentator Raul Orvañanos will be broadcast directly from South Africa. Raul Orvañanos and company will be following the Mexican National Team as it analyzes every game, formation and squad.
•Debate Final (June 7-July 11 at 9pm ET) features three of the most talented sports commentators and respected analysts in the Spanish speaking world of sports. Fernando Niembro from Argentina, Raul Orvañanos from Mexico and Luis Omar Tapia from Chile join forces to bring viewers a comprehensive overview of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
•Tribuna Fox Sports – Sudafrica 2010 (June 11-July 11 at 5pm ET) is the daily, interactive show that will highlight the latest information, interviews, stats and reactions from the 2010 FIFA World Cup and will give viewers the opportunity to make their voices heard.
•Goles y Rivales (June at 9pm ET every Saturday) is a series made up of the biggest international and club rivalries, featuring the matches, goals, and outcomes that have and will continue to shape the soccer landscape in all its glory.
•Los Grandes (June at 6pm ET every Monday) is a unique show that highlights the greatest moments from the careers of many of the world’s best soccer players. From sensational goals to fantastic moments of skill, this show features interviews with the player’s teammates, coaches, friends and families to provide special insights on these superstars.
•Los Clasificados (June at 8pm ET every Sunday) features in-depth analysis and profiles the 32 competing nations who will participate in the 2010 2010 FIFA World Cup, along with the major players, the preparation, and excitement of the host nation.
•Historia de los Mundiales (July at 8:30pm ET every Sunday) brings viewers the most memorable highlights and moments in the history of the World Cup.