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Where to watch 2023 AFC Asian Cup

The Asian Football Confederation says that the 2023 Asian Cup is set to break broadcasting records and reach its widest audience yet.

As many as 60 broadcasters in over 160 territories and nations will broadcast the tournament which is set to begin on January 12th and run until February 10th, according to an AFC press release on Friday.

In fact, as well as the 26 AFC territories, the coverage will extend to Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Oceania.

South Korean national team fans based in the country can tune in on tvN Sports and Coupang Play with the latter broadcasting matches between other countries as well.

 
Asian Football Confederation (AFC) General Secretary Datuk Seri Windsor John said: “The AFC has underlined its Vision and Mission to ensure football remains the Continent’s number one sport and to stage world-class competitions for our players and teams.
 
“In every way, the broadcast of our most prestigious men’s competition in as many markets and territories as possible further reinforces our ambitions coming to life and underlines the growing stature of the AFC Asian Cup™.
 
“We are grateful for the faith and belief that our broadcast and media partners have placed in Asian football, and we look forward to working with all of them to provide the best possible experience for our passionate fans and valued stakeholders.”

More information on which broadcasters are covering the tournament can be found here.


South Korea kick off their AFC Asian Cup campaign on Monday 15th January at 8:30 PM KST against Bahrain.

Preview: here

Via press release

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