Held since 1916, the America Cup is the oldest soccer championship in the world. In 2011 the tournament will be hosted by Argentina and will feature 12 national teams. Among them, seven made it into the final 16 of 2010 World Cup: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, Mexico and Japan.
The America Cup 2011 will debut a special treat to soccer fans. The 43rd edition of the tournament will be fully broadcast in HD (High Definition). It is estimated that 200 countries will watch the competition. TV networks from across the world have already secured their rights to broadcast the tournament.
The America Cup 2011 will feature great soccer stars such as Robinho, Kaká and Júlio César (Brazil); Messi, Tevez and Mascherano (Argentina); Honda (Japan); Claudio Pizarro (Peru); Roque Santa Cruz and Cardozo (Paraguay), Chicharito Hernandez (Mexico), Forlán (Uruguay) and Valdivia (Chile).
26 live matches plus Three Special Programmes
60-minute preview, 30-minute mid-tournament review and 60-minute tournament wrap-up
All delivered via satellite
PAll matches and programmes fully post-produced with international graphics, opening and closing vignettes and English audio guide
All matches will comply with internationally accepted standards of picture quality and stereo sound. All aspects of the television production, including number of cameras, microphones, video switching, effects and all other equipment employed will be consistent with highest-quality international standards for the television production of sporting events.
Match Post-production includes English guide, international graphics and broadcast opening and closing. All programs provided with English script and graphics.
Virtual Press Room (VPR)
Internet access to the statistics of all past editions of the tournament, including information related to: standings, recent results, fixtures, all results, teams schedules, complete calendar, goal scorers, regulations, past champions and past editions.
Covers teams' and players' updated news as a support for client's narrations and commentaries.
Teams' basic information and past performance in local and international tournaments.
Related events database
Full coverage of Latin-American National and International Championships, allowing the client to follow-up the performance of each team in all tournaments.
Historical and comparative analysis of all teams taking part in the Competition.