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2015 AFC Asian Cup: One World Sports expands exclusive coverage distribution

January 9, 2015
Fans in Canada will be Able to Watch Full Matches Live via Broadband; Fans throughout U.S. and Canada Can See Video Highlights via Network’s Website; Fans in U.S. Will be Able to View Matches Live on TV; Live Coverage of all 32 Matches Kicks Off on January 9

ONE World Sports,  America’s Network for Global Sports, announced on Thursday that it will supplement its previously announced U.S. TV coverage by offering Canadian soccer fans exclusive livestream access to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup 2015 soccer tournament beginning January 9, when Australia meets Kuwait.

The full-competition livestreaming -- on a subscription basis via the network’s website, ONEWorldSports.com -- will enable Canadian fans to view all 32 matches of the quadrennial 16-team tournament.  Canadian fans can watch the geo-targeted livestreams via a $9.95 (CAD) “day pass,” providing access to any and all matches for a given day, or a $29.95 (CAD) tournament-long “competition pass.”

Timed to the start of the competition, ONE World Sports is introducing AFC Asian Cup Digital Stadium, a digital destination for fans.  ONE World Sports’ AFC Asian Cup Digital Stadium will serve as the news hub for the tournament, offering the schedule, match highlights, regularly updated tournament statistics and standings, weekly podcasts, daily news reports and frequent news and information updates provided via key social feeds.

“This marks the first time we’ve livestreamed coverage of one of the world’s major soccer tournaments,” said Alexander “Sandy” Brown, president and CEO of ONE World Sports.  “And for every soccer fan in the United States and Canada we’ll provide a rich site with all the news, standings and video highlights to follow through every turn of Asia’s continental championship.”

The network’s live coverage will include matches from five venues throughout Australia including the tournament finale on January 31 from Sydney. Coverage will include encore telecasts at noon Eastern and during primetime hours.

About the AFC

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC), one of six confederations comprising the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), is Asian soccer’s governing body with 46 member associations.   The AFC Asian Cup is the world’s second oldest continental football championship after Copa América; the winning team becomes the champion of Asia and automatically qualifies for the FIFA Confederations Cup.  A television audience estimated at more than 480 million people in 80 countries witnessed Japan defeat Australia 1–0 in the 2011 Asian Cup final. The 2015 Asian Cup will be the tournament’s 16th edition.

 

 


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