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FIFA+ expands globally, reaching more fans and enhancing football experience

As the excitement of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ grows, FIFA has announced a significant expansion of its global streaming platform. FIFA+ is now available on five new connected TV apps, including Samsung TV, LG, VIDAA, Amazon Fire, and Android TV. Additionally, it can be found on five new FAST channel platforms such as Samsung TV Plus, LG Channels, VIDAA Channels, The Roku Channel, and Rakuten TV. This development is a testament to FIFA’s commitment to leveraging digital technology to grow global fandom and provide a rich football experience to more fans.

“We are excited to bring FIFA+ to fans through these connected TV apps and FAST channel platforms, extending our reach and making football more accessible to a wider audience,” said Charlotte Burr, FIFA’s Director of Strategy, Digital, and FIFA+. “Every innovation we make is rooted in growing the game, and we want to thank all the CTV and FAST platforms for their support in making this happen.”

FIFA+ offers an impressive array of content, including interviews, highlights, full match replays available after 24 hours in select territories, and much more. More than 50 countries, including Brazil, Japan, and The Netherlands, can enjoy live broadcasts of the matches, making the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ an immersive experience for fans all over the globe.

With a wide range of original content, live broadcasts and an extensive archive, FIFA+ has become a hub for the beautiful game.

The expansion follows an incredible first year for FIFA+, during which the platform welcomed 211 million unique users for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ and achieved a staggering 190 million views on match recaps.

The entire FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ archive was released on the platform earlier this month, alongside a women’s football documentary, “All Roads Lead Down Under”, just one example of FIFA+’s ground-breaking original content.

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