Sirius XM World Cup Schedule announced

Satellite radio broadcaster Sirius XM has announced more details regarding its broadcast of all 64 matches of the 2010 FIFA World Cup live from South Africa from June 11 through July 11.

The satellite radio broadcaster says XM listeners and Sirius listeners with the “Best of XM” will hear ESPN Radio’s English language broadcasts of every match, along with multiple foreign language broadcasts.

The English language broadcasts will be on XM channels 235 and 236 and for “Best of XM subscribers” on Sirius channels 213 and 214. The first game begins this Friday June 11th at 9:30am when South Africa plays Mexico.

For matches, listeners will hear ESPN broadcasters JP Dellacamera and Tommy Smyth. Dellacamera has called the last six FIFA World Cups for a variety of television networks as well as the past two Summer Olympic Games. Smyth has called more than 2,500 international matches from leagues all over the world and has worked three FIFA World Cups.

View the complete English Language schedule

The following is list of channels for foreign language broadcasts:

  • German broadcasts – XM channel 237, SIRIUS channel 215
  • Japanese broadcasts – XM channel 238, SIRIUS channel 216
  • Portuguese broadcasts – XM channel 239, SIRIUS channel 217
  • Arabic broadcasts – XM channel 243, SIRIUS channel 218
  • Korean broadcasts – XM channel 244, SIRIUS channel 219

In addition, the English and Foreign language broadcasts will be streamed online through XM Radio Online, Sirius Internet Radio (SIR), and the Sirius XM Smartphone apps.

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