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beIN will bring all the excitement from the last two matches of the Intercontinental Play-Offs, live and exclusively to audiences across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)

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Jun-11 16:41 first published at 16:41 PM


The Intercontinental Play-Offs, the final two FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM qualifiers, will be shown live and exclusively on beIN SPORTS screens across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

Following Australia’s heartbreaking 2-1 victory over the United Arab Emirates last week, the Oceanic team will face South American Peru on Monday, June 13 at 21:00 MECCA. Once the penultimate transpacific match is decided, it will be either team’s sixth appearance in a FIFA World CupTM competition.

Costa Rica will meet New Zealand in the final match before the major event at the end of the year, beginning at 21:00 MECCA on Tuesday, June 14th. This will be New Zealand’s first qualification in over a decade, and Costa Rica’s sixth attempt to win the trophy.

The specialized Arabic and English studios will begin one hour before kick-off, at 20:00 MECCA, for both matches at the 40,000-capacity Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Qatar. Arabic studio and commentary will be available on beIN SPORTS PREMIUM 1 presented by notable Saudi presenter Tareq Al Hammad and guest commentary by former Qatar national team players Ibrahim Al Khalfan and Abdulaziz Al Sulaiti, plus former Tunis national player Hatem Al Trabelsi and former Egypt national player Wael Gomaa. beIN SPORTS ENGLISH 1 will broadcast the English studio and commentary. In addition, beIN SPORTS FRENCH 1 will broadcast French commentary.

“We’re excited to bring the remaining two matches from the Road to Qatar 2022TM qualifiers to our millions of viewers and subscribers across the region to find out which teams will secure the final two coveted slots in the greatest show on earth,” Mohammed Al Bader, Managing Director of beIN’s MENA Channels, said on the occasion of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM Intercontinental Play-Offs. As the tournament’s official broadcaster in the Middle East and North Africa, we’re counting down the days until November 21st, when we’ll make history – proudly representing Qatar and the Arab world.”

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