FIFA Club World Cup 2016 TV Channels Live Stream Broadcast Online. 2016 FIFA Club World Cup is all set to kick start on 8 December and conclude with final on 18 December 2016. The 13th edition of the FIFA Club World Cup to be held in Japan and there are total seven participating clubs including six champions teams from different regions and host.
This year world’s most popular club and 2014 FIFA Club World Cup champion Real Madrid will play in the tournament. You can find FIFA Club World Cup 2016 tv channels list and live streaming details below. The FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2016 presented by Alibaba E-Auto to be played in Osaka and Yokohama. The Final will be played at the International Stadium Yokohama.
The tournament will start with the playoff game between host Japan nation champions vs Auckland city to qualify for the quarter-final against African champions. Now let’s have a look at the FIFA Club World Cup 2016 TV Channels worldwide list.
FIFA Club World Cup 2016 TV Channels Live Stream Broadcast Online
FIFA Club World Cup 2016 TV Channels List
|United Kingdom||BT Sports|
|India & South Asia||Ten Sports|
|Other European Countries||EuroSports|
|South American Countries||ESPN Latin and FoxSports|
FIFA Club World Cup 2016 Live Streaming Online
BT Sports is likely to broadcast the FIFA Club World Cup 2016 matches live in the UK but it is yet to be confirmed by the officials. Australia and Middle East countries can watch all the matches on beIN Sports while live streaming can be enjoyed on its official website.
The USA and South American viewers can watch semifinals and final match on Fox Sports through TV while foxsportsgo. will have the FIFA Club World Cup 2016 live stream online in the United States. Ten sports will broadcast semifinal and final match in India and its subcontinent including Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, etc. The viewers who want to live matches can come here to this page and enjoy free FIFA Club World Cup 2016 live stream.
The competition features following clubs -Auckland City of New Zealand, Club América of Mexico, Real Madrid of Spain, Atlético Nacional of Colombia, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors winners of the AFC Champions League, Mamelodi Sundowns and winner of host’s J-League.