FIFA Plus starts with over 40,000 free football matches to watch live

FIFA launched their free streaming service – named FifaPlus, of course – that includes a mix of live football matches, archived content, original features and much more. It is available worldwide on web and mobile in five languages ​​(English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish), with more to come.

The service will stream over 40,000 live games per year by 100 member associations from all six confederations, including 29,000 men’s matches and 11,000 women’s matches. FIFA promises to cover a wide range of matches, from “Europe’s top leagues to previously unserved competitions”. For example, today you can stream matches of Mongolian 2nd League, Nepal Women Soccer League and 3F Superliga. According to FIFA, 1,400 matches will be streamed live in the first month, with that number accelerating over time.

Original content The launch includes a film about Ronaldinho, a six-part documentary about Dani Alves and a five-part documentary featuring interviews with icons such as Carli Lloyd, Lucy Bronze and Wendie Renard. In the meantime, archived footage includes full World Cup matches or just the highlights, as well as collections focused on individual players or compilations such as “best goals” and “best assists”.

The ad-supported service is free for now, but you could be billed over time. “We’re going to be expanding strategically – so we’ll potentially get into gaming, social community and possibly subscriptions, depending on where that goes and where the industry upheaval takes,” said FIFA Plus boss Charlotte Burr. corresponding diversity. FIFA Plus starts with over 40,000 free football matches to watch live

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