The FUJIFILM SUPER CUP 2022 will be broadcast worldwide this weekend as 2021 MEIJI YASUDA J1 LEAGUE champions Kawasaki Frontale take on 2021 Emperor's Cup winners Urawa Reds at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama.
The traditional Japanese football curtain-raiser has a long and storied history, with the latest chapter set to unfold in front of a massive global audience on Saturday, February 12th at 13:35 JST.
The Official J.LEAGUE International YouTube Channel will provide live matchday coverage outside of Japan, with a host of dedicated preview content already available to supporters.
The match will also be broadcast over the airwaves in a total of 36 countries and regions, including Italy, Brazil, the Middle East and North Africa, Hong Kong, Macau, seven countries on the Indian subcontinent, and Thailand, where fans will be eagerly awaiting the potential debut of new Frontale star Chanathip Songkrasin.
The broadcast footprint in Thailand will be extensive, as in addition to being streamed on SIAMSPORT's YouTube channel, the match will also be broadcast on free digital terrestrial television channel PPTV and streamed on AIS PLAY, a streaming service operated by major Thai telecommunications company AIS GROUP.
The new year of Japanese football begins on February 12th when the first piece of silverware will be won. Will it be lifted by Kawasaki or Urawa? Tune in and find out at FUJIFILM SUPER CUP 2022!