Where to watch CAF Champions League 2022 final live? When is it? Where is it? Which TV channels broadcast? All you need to know about the final between Al Ahly and Wydad AC TV, Streaming.
Now that the group stage of the CAF Champions League has come to an end, the final match is set to take place on May 30, 2022.
Match: Al Ahly vs Wydad AC
Date: 30 May 2022
Time: 20:00 UTC+1
Venue: Stade Mohammed V, Casablanca
Referee: Victor Gomes (South Africa)
If you’re looking to catch the game live, there are a few ways to do so.
First, you can head to Cafe Football – the official home of the CAF Champions League – and purchase a match pass. This will give you access to live and on-demand coverage of the final, as well as highlights, replays, and more.
Alternatively, many cable and satellite providers in Africa will be broadcasting the game live. So, if you have one of these subscriptions, you should be able to watch from your TV.
Finally, there are a number of streaming services that will also have the game available. These include beIN Sports, SuperSport, and Startimes.
CAF Champion League 2022 final live streaming and TV channels list
ASEAN: beIN Sports
France: beIN Sports
Sub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport, Startimes
Burkina Faso: RTB
Latin America: ESPN
MENA: beIN Sports
South Africa: SuperSport SABC Sport
Western Balkans: Sport Klub
United States: beIN Sports
Central and West Africa: Canal+
East Africa: ZANZIBAR TV 2 ZBC
The right to broadcast the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup in Europe has been acquired by Sportfive. The agreement includes coverage of both tournaments from 2021 until 2024 on the continent.
“We are delighted to be able to offer our clients extensive coverage of two of African football’s most prestigious competitions,” said Sportfive International Managing Director Moritz Bork.
“The CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup are extremely popular with fans in Europe and we are looking forward to working with the confederation to ensure that these tournaments continue to grow in popularity.”
CAF General Secretary Mouad Hajji added: “We are very pleased to be able to offer our competitions to European audiences through this partnership with Sportfive.
“The Champions League and Confederation Cup are two of the most important tournaments in African football and we are confident that this agreement will help to raise the profile of both competitions.”
The CAF Champions League is Africa’s premier club competition, with the continent’s top teams competing for the title. The tournament is currently in its 58th edition and is being contested by clubs from all over Africa.