Santa Hamm Joins USMNT Tom Brady Mariah Carey and More in Latest Fox Sports Ad
With the holiday season in full swing, Fox has released a new Thanksgiving Week ad that features several celebrities including Santa Hamm. In fact, it’s the first time that he has appeared in a commercial since last year.
‘Tis the FIFA World Cup’ ad opens on Santa Claus in the North Pole
A new ad has launched for Fox Sports. This one focuses on the FIFA World Cup. It’s called “Superfan Santa” and features an Emmy-winning actor as Santa Claus. This commercial is part of a larger campaign for the 2022 World Cup.
In the commercial, Santa learns that the World Cup is scheduled to take place in December. He’s upset. However, he realizes that it’s a good thing. His wife tells him that it’s a fun way to celebrate the holiday season. He starts to think about what he could do to make this year’s festivities even better.
The ad, which was produced in-house, is a part of a larger FOX Sports marketing campaign. The campaign was led by freelance creative director Gary Van Dzura and includes a slew of familiar faces.
Jon Hamm stars as Santa Claus
If you are an avid fan of football, you might have noticed Jon Hamm and other stars appearing in a series of Fox Sports commercials. Now, Hamm is returning to his role as Santa Claus in Fox Sports’ latest ad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
During the holidays, Santa takes a break from his annual duties to watch international soccer highlights. But he starts to feel like the World Cup is encroaching on his time of year. Fortunately, his wife, Mrs. Claus, gives him a boost of optimism and helps him get back to work.
Fox Sports released its second holiday-themed commercial today, with a star-studded lineup. Aside from Jon Hamm as Santa, the commercial features several members of the U.S. men’s national team, including Tom Brady. This ad is part of the company’s ‘Tis the FIFA World Cup’ campaign, which was launched earlier this month.
USMNT represented at Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade in style
With the 2022 FIFA World Cup less than a month away, Fox Sports is ramping up their marketing and promotion efforts. They’ve already released the “‘Tis the FIFA World Cup” ad, and now they’ve introduced Santa Hamm as a part of their holiday-themed campaign.
The ad features Tom Brady, Jon Hamm, and Mariah Carey. It’s the “‘Tis the FIFA World Cup” commercial campaign’s latest ad, and features the U.S. men’s national soccer team passing cranberries during a play-by-play.
The ad is a part of Fox’s biggest marketing campaign in its history. It kicked off earlier this summer. In addition to the ad, which aired during the MLB All-Star Game, Fox has also released a second ad with a holiday-themed spin.
The ad is just one of the many promoting the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which takes place in Qatar during the winter. The tournament, which begins November 20th, is set to run until December 18th.
‘Tis the FIFA World Cup’ ad will air on FOX and FS1
If you’re a football fan, you might have heard of FOX and FS1’s “‘Tis the FIFA World Cup” commercial. It stars Emmy Award-winning actor Jon Hamm as Santa Claus.
This new creative campaign from FOX and FS1 is part of the soccer network’s marketing push for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. It’s the latest in a series of campaigns that are being launched this summer.
The FIFA World Cup will be held in the Persian Gulf nation of Qatar. The tournament will run from November 20 through December 18. It will be the first World Cup to be hosted in the Arab world.
The timing of the 2022 World Cup is intriguing. There’s an eight-hour time difference between Qatar and the United States, but that shouldn’t prevent fans from watching the action.
Telemundo outdraws Fox or FS1
The World Cup is usually held over the summer, but due to the weather conditions in Qatar, the tournament is being held in November instead. With the tournament centered around geopolitical controversy, it seems like a good time to take a look at how much of a television audience it really garners.
During the 2014 World Cup, ESPN’s networks averaged 4.5 million viewers after 64 games. On the other hand, Fox Sports’ averages 2.13 million viewers per match. This is on top of the millions of viewers who tuned in to the network’s live broadcasts.
On the flip side, the Telemundo network delivered the most viewers during the first round. Its televised Group C match between Argentina and Mexico had an average minute audience of 2.4 million, and its streaming service Tubi saw the most impressive numbers of any game.