Catch the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 live on Optus Sport

by Online Community Manager
Posted by (Online Community Manager)
14th Jun 2017, 9:14am



This June, we’re bringing you every single match from the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 LIVE and on-demand on Optus Sport, including every Socceroos game.


In three days’ time, Australia’s Socceroos will go up against the greatest teams from every FIFA Confederation across the globe (Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, Oceania and North, Central America and the Caribbean) in the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia. The hotly anticipated tournament has been touted as a tantalising prelude to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, also hosted by Russia.


Interestingly, defending FIFA Confederations Cup champions and five-time FIFA World Cup-winners Brazil failed to qualify this time around so the championship title is wide open. How did the Socceroos secure their place in the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017? They qualified after winning the 2015 AFC Asian Cup where they defeated Korea Republic 2-1 in a dramatic final on home soil. Can they step up to the plate this time? To find out, tune in to Optus Sport where you can watch all of the history-making matches live and on demand. Plus enjoy our great range of exclusive sports content where we’ll bring you closer to the action and the players you love with world-class punditry, interviews, highlights and shows.


The tournament runs from 17 June – 2 July 2017 and Optus Sport is the only place you can watch every match live and on-demand. To sign up or log in to Optus Sport, just head here.


Ts & Cs


Optus Sport subscription required.   Personal viewing in Oz only.  Available in selected homes.

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