Where to watch tonight’s Italian Super Cup in San Siro between Inzagi’s Inter and Allegri’s Juve
MILAN – The Frecciarosa Super Cup is getting closer and closer: on Wednesday 12 January at 21:00 in the San Siro, defending Italian champions Inter will face Juventus, the holders of the Italian Cup.
Supercup on TV: Where to watch it
The 2021 Italian Super Cup will be the 34th edition of the competition, it will take place on 12 January 2022 at 21:00 and will be broadcast live exclusively by Mediaset: the match will be visible on Canal 5 and streamed on Mediaset Infinity.
Inter TV: All the latest on the challenge
On Inter TV, as always, pre-match updates and links, the latest from curiosities, guests and Meeza ahead of the start of the match. In-depth analysis and interviews after the match.
As announced by the Lega Serie A website, the Freikiarossa Super Cup will be broadcast in over 130 regions by over 25 foreign broadcasters.
America: ESPN (Latin America including Brazil), Fubo TV (Canada), ViacomCBS (USA, US Territories)
Asia: DAZN (Giapon), TVRI (Indonesia), UseeTV (Indonesia)
Europe: DigiAlb (Albania), DAZN (Austria, Germany, Spain), TV Arena Sport (Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia), A1 (Max Sport) (Bulgaria), Cita (Cyprus), Ekstra Bladet (Denmark), Nova (Greece), Charlton (Israel), Artmotion (Kosovo), TSN (Malta), Jigo (Netherlands), VG (Norway), Polsat (Poland), Premier Sports (UK, Ireland), AMC Network (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary), Look TV (Romania), OKO (Russia), Aftenbladet (Sweden), TRT (Turkey), TRBC (Ukraine), NTRC (Uzbekistan)
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