ONE World Sports Announces Schedule For Its Exclusive Live Coverage Of 2015 AFC Asian Cup Soccer Tournament

Stamford, CT (PRWEB) November 17, 2014

ONE World Sports, Americas Network for Global Sports, announced today that it will begin its exclusive coverage of the 2015 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup soccer tournament on January 9, when Australia meets Kuwait. The networks coverage of the 16-team, 32-match tournament will air live and include matches from five venues throughout Australia. The tournament finale is January 31 from Sydney, Australia. Coverage will include encore telecasts at noon Eastern and during primetime hours. The full schedule can be found on

ONE World Sports will provide video highlights after every match at and, for the first time, will post an email sign-up on its web site for fans who wish to receive video clips.

Our programming at ONE World Sports serves the record fan base that tuned in for the 2014 World Cup, said Joel Feld, ONE World Sports Executive Vice President of Programming and Production. Soccer fans comprise 24% of all US sports fans and 31% of 18-34 year olds. These fans will be able to follow, live, the tournament that will determine the 2015 Asian Cup Champion.

JP Dellacamera and New York Cosmos defender Hunter Freeman will call eight of the matches live, including the tournament opener, the semi-finals and the Championship Final.

Dellacamera is the voice of the New York Cosmos on ONE World Sports. Over the course of three decades, Dellacamera has called soccer matches for ABC, ESPN, FOX and MSG, among other TV networks; he was also the voice of NBCs 2004 Olympics soccer coverage. This summer, he called the 2014 World Cup for ESPN Radio.

Freeman, whose decade-long pro soccer career included the 2007-2008 season with the New York Red Bulls, joined the Cosmos upon the teams 2013 re-launch. This is his first national broadcast assignment.

About the AFC

The AFC, one of six confederations comprising the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), is Asian soccers governing body with 46 member associations. The AFC Asian Cup is the worlds second oldest continental football championship after Copa Am

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