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Watch free live football matches, documentaries with FIFA Plus

13 April 2022 0

FIFA has announced the launch of its own streaming service called FIFA Plus aka FIFA+ aimed at all the football fans around the world. It is packed with content surrounding the beautiful sport of football including live match coverage. It will also have exclusive original content featuring football stars for fans to watch without paying anything.

FIFA Plus streaming service is accessible via its official website as well as smartphone apps. It is a completely free-to-use service but supported with ads. There will be live coverage of over 1,400 matches on monthly basis at the time of launch. The ultimate goal is to deliver 40,000 live games per year from 100 Member Associations by the end of 2022. It will cover all six confederations that are part of the FIFA family and includes 11,000 women's matches.

The announcement says that it will cover football matches from the top European leagues as well as those which did not get any coverage before. It does not matter if you follow men's, women's or youth football or all of them, there will be something to watch for sure. The football coverage will further include the latest news, detailed stats, quizzes, fantasy games, predictors, and votes.

The service has a section called FIFA+ Archive that will be home to every FIFA World Cup match that has been recorded. It is for both men's and women's competitions. The fans can choose to watch full replays, highlights, goals, and other special moments of World Cup matches. There are over 2,000 hours of archived content with footage from as old as the 1950s.

Lastly, FIFA Plus will offer access to exclusive original content including documentaries, docuseries, talk shows, and shorts. These content types will be available in 11 different languages. Some of the launch titles include a Ronaldinho documentary, a series called Captains, a feature-length documentary on Croatia, a docuseries on Dani Alves, and a docuseries called Golden Boot.

FIFA Plus itself will be available in the following five languages: English, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish. The team will add additional six languages by the end of June 2022. The service is currently free but ad-supported for now but it may introduce subscriptions later.



Watch free live football matches, documentaries with FIFA Plus
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