MIAMI – A differentiating aspect of ESPN’s coverage of big sporting events is how it assembles a cast of savvy content creators from different disciplines and platforms on one team to serve sports fans.
This is no different in the company’s expansive coverage of the first match between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona played outside of Spain since 1982, which culminates Saturday, July 29, with the live telecast of the match across ESPN, ESPN Deportes (simulcast on ESPN2), the ESPN App, and ESPN Deportes Radio at 7:55 p.m. ET.
In this gallery, Front Row highlights some of the behind-the-camera faces of ESPN’s coverage of El Clásico Miami.
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