InterMiami CF today announced its broadcast partners and talent for the 2022 Major League Soccer (MLS) season. CBS4 and MyTV33 will continue to serve as the Broward County and Miami-Dade County team’s television homes in English, while Palm Beach County fans will now be able to stream games in the Inter Miami app. Fans within 100 miles of Miami will still be able to stream games in the Inter Miami app as well. UniMás (Broward County and Miami-Dade County) will remain the team’s local Spanish-language television home.
Fans will also have access to Spanish radio streams through Univision Miami’s WQBA 1140 AM and the Uforia app. In 2022, fans will be able to chat with Inter Miami CF on match days through the Inter Miami CF app. Download and register your profile here: intermiamicf.com/en/club/app.
In addition, ESPN+ will air all out-of-market nationwide regional programming in the United States and all nationally televised games not aired by an English-language network will again be broadcast live in English on Twitter.
The club will also return a number of English language broadcast talents to television and radio platforms:
Andrés Cordero (@DreCordero) will once again serve as the main play-by-play commentator for the club. The Florida International University graduate has developed a successful career nationally and locally, including serving as a senior football commentator for CBS Sports beginning in June 2021. Previously, he was a commentator and anchor for GolTV for seven years before moving on. join beIN Sports. , where he worked for more than nine years as a journalist, commentator, host and reporter. Cordero has experience covering major football competitions and global tournaments across Europe, North America and South America
Ray Hudson (@RayHudson) returns as the main color commentator of the main club for the club. The Gateshead, England native has built a career around football as a player, coach and TV commentator. He started as a midfielder playing for various teams in Europe and the United States over a 17-year period between 1974 and 1991, including Newcastle United in England as well as former NASL club Fort Lauderdale Strikers, where he racked up over 150 appearances. Hudson moved into coaching managing the Miami Fusion, a former MLS team that played in the league from 1998 to 2001.
Hudson’s career took him to the broadcast side when he commentated for different networks including ESPN, GolTV, SiriusXM FC and beIN Sports, earning worldwide recognition for his colorful commentary.
Kaylyn Kyle (@KaylynKyle), meanwhile, returns as the club’s secondary reporter. She is a former professional midfielder from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada who brings a unique perspective to Inter Miami as a former professional athlete at club and international level. Kyle represented Canada at the 2012 London Olympics, winning a bronze medal with her team, and at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, advancing to the quarter-finals. During his 10 years as a professional athlete, Kyle played for clubs in Sweden and the United States, including NWSL teams in Vancouver, Seattle, Portland and Orlando, while amassing 101 games and scoring six goals for Canada’s National Women’s Soccer Team. She also has experience as a reporter for beIN Sports and CBS Sports, as well as a Women’s World Cup analyst for TSN in 2019.
Chris Wittyngham (@ChrisWittyngham) will once again serve as the club’s play-by-play radio commentator. The South Florida native and University of Miami graduate has extensive experience as a play-by-play football commentator, appearing on DAZN, beIN Sports, VISTA Worldlink and TUDN at various times including calling MLS games for TUDN.
Thomas Rongen (@TRongen) returns as radio color commentator for Inter Miami. The native of Amsterdam, Netherlands had a long career in football, playing professionally for 20 years, including two stints with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. Following his playing career, he moved into management, working a number of jobs, including a five-year tenure with the Strikers, and eventually took on the role of Head of Scouting Football for the States Men’s National Team. -United. Most recently, Rongen served as a football analyst and reporter for beIN Sports and CBS Sports.
Luis Omar Tapia (@LuisOmarTapia), who will return as a play-by-play commentator in Spanish, is a Chilean journalist with a long national and international career, Tapia has featured in some of the most followed television channels in Latin America. After his career start more than 30 years ago with Telemundo Channel 13 in Hartford, Connecticut, Tapia joined TV Azteca Mexico in 2006 where he became the first foreigner to report Liga MX and national team matches. Mexico, the Gold Cup, the Copa America and the UEFA champions. League. Tapia was then exclusively responsible for the UEFA Champions League at Fox Sports Latin America before bringing his talents to TUDN in 2013. Since then, the Chilean has appeared on the shows Misión Europa, Línea de Cuatro, Contacto Deportivo and Futbol Central as well as narrated the best football leagues in the world.
Raul Guzman (@RaulGuzman), an on-air talent, host, commentator and play-by-play announcer, and analyst by trade, will also perform play-by-play work in Spanish for Inter Miami. Guzmán has worked for Univision for over eight years, specializing in football programming and calling football matches on Univision platforms.
Diego Balado (@DiegoBalado) will also return as a color commentator in Spanish. The Argentina native started his career as a football journalist at the age of 16, when he was enrolled at the prestigious Colegio Nacional high school in Buenos Aires. He is widely recognized in Mexico, South America and Central America for his accounts of the UEFA Champions League, European Cup, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, English Premier League, German Bundesliga, Liga MX, MLS, Copa Libertadores, Copa America, Gold Cup. and World Cup matches for ESPN. He has been a sportscaster for Univision since 2016.
Carlos Pavon (@CarlosPavon9) will be joining as another Spanish language color commentator. The Honduran has played football at the professional level for over 20 years, playing for the Honduran national team. The former striker currently holds the record for most goals scored for his national team with 57, and sits sixth with 101.
Daniel Nohra (@cantogoles) will return as a secondary Spanish-speaking journalist. The Venezuelan was discovered by a local radio station after narrating his own game on PlayStation when he was 11 years old. A year later, he started narrating European football matches on the radio and got his first TV hit for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany on regional channel Orinoco TV. Since then, Nohra has narrated the 2010 and 2014 World Cups and the 2011 Copa America tournament. In the summer of 2015, he came to the United States to work regionally in Florida as a sports commentator. He then covered two seasons in the German Bundesliga before joining the TUDN team.