FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 Comes Live On Kwesé Free Sport


Kwesé Free Sports is broadcasting each of the 16 Confederations Cup matches live from Russia across the country through digital terrestrial transmission (DTT) TV.

“As a new pan-African broadcaster we want to ensure that all Ugandan soccer lovers have open access to watch our African Champions, the Cameroon Black Lions edge their way to the 2018 World Cup in the simplest and most convenient manner possible,” shared Ben Mwine, General Manager Kwesé Free Sport.

“Gone are the days when sports fans are unable to watch their favourite sports because they can’t afford to access them. Kwesé Free Sports offers 24 hour broadcast of premium sports content through FTA transmission across the country through. Furthermore our innovative multi-platform, multi-screen approach to broadcasting makes sports easily accessible to viewers,” he added.

Kwesé Free Sport is available on your FTA set top box with no subscription fee. Viewers can also access the channel on their mobile devices using the Kwesé App available for download on all Apple and Android. Kwesé Free Sports is also available on the web where viewers can live stream the channel on wherever they are!

To ensure that Kwesé Free Sports audiences experience the best sporting and behind the scenes access, leading sports commentator Andrew Kabura will provide live pitch side updates to make sure viewers do not miss a thing.

FIFA Confederations Cup is also known as “The Tournament of Champions”. The eight teams that make up the competition are the champions from six FIFA Confederations Championships, that is UEFA (Portugal), CONMEBOL (Chile), CONCACAF (Mexico), CAF (Cameroon), AFC (Australia) and OFC (New Zealand), plus the World Cup Champions (Germany) and the hosting country (Russia).

These eight teams are split into two groups, and the top two teams advance to the semi-finals. Key games to watch out for include Cameroon against Australia on Wednesday 21 June at 6pm, followed by Germany against Chile at 9pm.

Cameroon plays Germany Sunday 25 June at 6pm. The top performing teams from the round robin playoffs will proceed to the semi-finals scheduled for 28 and 29 June at 8pm which will ultimately culminate in the finals on Sunday, 2 July at 8pm as well.


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