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11.09.2021

CBS SPORTS ANNOUNCES COVERAGE FOR NOVEMBER CONCACAF MEN’S WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS ON PARAMOUNT+

Coverage Highlighted by Jamaica vs. United States and Canada vs. Mexico on Tuesday, November 16

CBS Sports today announced its coverage plans for the next round of Concacaf Men’s World Cup Qualifiers on Paramount+ on November 12 and 16.

Coverage on Friday, Nov. 12 will mark the halfway point of World Cup Qualification, featuring Honduras vs. Panama, El Salvador vs. Jamaica, and Canada vs. Costa Rica. Kate Abdo will host studio coverage with analysts Clint Dempsey, Oguchi Onyewu and Charlie Davies, along with Maurice Edu. Coverage will also include live reaction, discussion and analysis of the USA vs. Mexico match.

Friday, November 12 - Paramount+ Coverage (all times ET):

 

HONDURAS VS. PANAMA

CONCACAF PRE-MATCH SHOW

EL SALVADOR VS. JAMAICA

CANADA VS. COSTA RICA

CONCACAF POST-MATCH SHOW

8:05 PM

8:30 PM

9:00 PM

9:05 PM

11:00 PM

Studio coverage on Tuesday, Nov. 16 will again be led by Abdo, Dempsey, Onyewu, Davies and Edu. Andres Cordero and Edu will call Jamaica vs. United States, with Jenny Chiu reporting from Jamaica. Former NWSL and Canada Women’s National Team player Kaylyn Kyle will contribute to studio coverage and will serve as match analyst for Canada vs. Mexico, alongside play-by-play announcer Adrian Garcia Marquez. Legendary US Women’s National Team goalkeeper Briana Scurry will also contribute to the day’s coverage.

Tuesday, November 16 - Paramount+ Coverage (all times ET):

 

CONCACAF PRE-MATCH SHOW

JAMAICA VS. UNITED STATES

CONCACAF STUDIO SHOW

COSTA RICA VS. HONDURAS

PANAMA VS. EL SALVADOR

CANADA VS. MEXICO

4:30 PM

5:00 PM

7:00 PM

8:05 PM

8:05 PM

9:05 PM

In addition to traditional studio elements, coverage will provide live look-ins during the ongoing matches, along with feature stories and live interviews. Additional match windows and coverage details, including studio coverage of World Cup Qualifying matches in 2022, will be announced at a later date.

Pete Radovich, CBS Sports’ Senior Creative Director, will be the coordinating producer for Concacaf Men’s World Cup Qualifiers coverage. Jonathan Segal will assist in production for CBS Sports’ coverage alongside Radovich. Harold Bryant is executive producer and Executive Vice President, Production, CBS Sports. Follow @CBSSportsGolazo on Twitter and Instagram.

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Press Contacts:

Bailey Knecht

212-975-1533

Bailey.Knecht@cbs.com

Paul-Michael Ochoa

626-665-5352

PaulMichael.Ochoa@viacomcbs.com

Press:

Bailey Knecht

Bailey.Knecht@cbs.com

Paul-Michael Ochoa

paulmichael.ochoa@viacomcbs.com