Free English Premier League action on Kwesé
Kwesé has awesome English Premier League (EPL) action for you, and most of it’s free.
Our EPL Match of the Week LIVE features a Saturday afternoon game from the English Premier League on Kwesé Free Sports.
And, every Tuesday Kwesé Free Sports (KFS) also brings you the EPL Review Show (19:30 CAT), with highlights of all the weekend’s action.
EPL fans can also stream replays of games involving Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City, which comes courtesy of Arsenal Media, Spurs TV, and City TV.
To stream these channels download the Kwesé App and watch on your handheld device. (Limited to certain countries by rights agreement.)
And Liverpool fans can catch LFC TV, Liverpool’s 24/7 channel on the Kwesé TV bouquet (Ch 330).
Kwesé Sports 1 is soccer-mad!
Kwesé Sports 1 (Ch 300) on Kwesé TV is where you’ll catch a range of exciting soccer content.
You can watch live games from the Copa del Rey, Spain’s premier knockout competition, with replays on Kwesé Free Sports.
Kwesé Sports 1 also brings you Italian football, with live broadcast of the Italian Serie B.
If you enjoy the verve and vigour of South American football then don’t miss Kwesé Sports 1 coverage of the Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana, South America’s two premier club football competitions.
And fans of Brazilian football should tune in to the weekly review show Footbrazil. Kwesé Sports 1 also brings you more top-class soccer review shows: The Fifa Football Show, Football Fundis and Goal Weekly.
The Fifa Football Show covers all forms of the game – men, women and youth – and includes human interest stories and football development news.
Football Fundis brings you reviews and previews of big games, as well as expert opinion and analysis.
Goal Weekly features goals and news from leagues around Europe, as well as China.
There’s nothing quite like the thrill of international knockout football and from 25 June-9 July Kwesé TV brings you the Cosafa Cup.
Catch southern African teams in action as they try wrest the title from hosts South Africa.
Fifa World Cup
But the big football story is Kwesé and Fifa’s recent announcement that Kwesé TV will be broadcasting all upcoming major Fifa tournaments, including the big one – Fifa World Cup Russia 2018.
But you needn’t wait till next year to get your fix of international knockout football. Kwesé TV brings you the Fifa Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 live from the beautiful Bahamas, kicking off on 27 April. Catch Senegal and Nigeria in the finals tournament testing their skills against beach soccer giants Portugal and Brazil.
Kwesé TV also brings you the Fifa U20 World Cup 2017, which kicks off on 20 May and features four African teams: Guinea, Senegal, South Africa and Zambia.
And then there’s the Fifa U17 World Cup which takes place in India this October, with the qualifying African teams still to be confirmed. And in 2018 Kwesé TV will broadcast not only the men’s World Cup, but the Women’s World Cup and the U20 Women’s World Cup.