The 2022 World Cup games will be broadcasted live on Media General’s TV3 and Onua TV, management has confirmed.
The company has secured the television rights to show the global tournament, and viewers will be treated to the best coverage possible.
Former football stars alongside Media General’s top sports journalists will serve as pundits to make this World Cup memorable for fans at home.
The squads, including Ghana’s, have been announced, and the participating teams have begun their preparations for the tournament.
The World Cup will begin on Sunday, November 20 and end on Sunday, December 18.