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beIN SPORTS to broadcast FIFA Women's World Cup in Thailand

PR NEWSWIRE ASIA

 

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BANGKOK, June 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- beIN Asia Pacific - part of beIN MEDIA GROUP, the global sports and entertainment group - ("beIN"), today announced a new media rights agreement that will see its flagship brand - beIN SPORTS broadcast the upcoming FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™ in Thailand.

 

This new deal means that beIN will distribute this year's FIFA Women's World Cup to more countries* than any other global broadcaster.  In addition to Thailand, the rights coverage in Asiaincludes Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Singapore, the Philippinesand Timor-Leste.

 

"Thailand has qualified for the Women's World Cup for the second consecutive time and is the first country in Southeast Asia to achieve such unprecedented success in football on a global stage," said Mike Kerr, Managing Director, beIN Asia Pacific.  "The tournament will be a transformational year for women in football with record-breaking crowds and increased coverage.  We are extremely proud to support women's football and encourage everyone to be the 12th man and support the amazing Thai athletes as they battle it out in France this June.  By showing your solidarity and support, you too can change the game."

 

beIN will be offering free access to the Thailand national team games on its LIVE streaming service, beIN SPORTS CONNECT.  Match details as follows:

 

12 June

2am

United States vs Thailand

 

16 June

8pm

Sweden vs Thailand

 

21 June

2am

Thailand vs Chile

 

Watch beIN SPORTS' "Be Our 12th Man" Women's World Cup campaign here.

 

Advocating change for women in sports through "beINSPIRED"

 

On the same day as the major sports rights deal announcement with FIFA, beIN has also launched a new global project to encourage women and girls across the world to play more sport, under the new branding of "beINSPIRED".

 

beINSPIRED believes in the power of broadcasting to inspire the next generation of athletes and fans to participate in sport, regardless of gender, race or background. Next month's FIFA Women's World Cup will be the first beINSPIRED tournament aired on beIN SPORTS with the new beINSPIRED logo promoted on screens during all matches.  As part of the project, beIN is also looking to introduce inspiring on-air talent, enter partnerships with rights-holders and other brands, and create more digital content to celebrate the most inspiring sporting stories and successes, with more announcements on this to come. 

 

* Under the new deal with FIFA, beIN SPORTS' network coverage of the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™ will span a remarkable array of geographically and culturally diverse countries - Algeria, Bahrain, Cambodia, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Laos, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tunisia, UAE and Yemen.

 

About beIN ASIA PACIFIC

beIN ASIA PACIFIC is a multi-platform media company.  Offering a stellar line-up of live sporting events through its premium brand, beIN SPORTS, we serve passionate fans with great coverage, news and analysis of the top leagues and competitions from around the planet, as well as exclusive and never-before-available content.  beIN SPORTS is available in 11 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.  Headquartered in Singapore, we are part of beIN Media Group, the fastest-growing global media and entertainment company with over 60 channels worldwide. 

 

For more information on beIN MEDIA GROUP, please contact: mediaoffice@bein.net

 

Source: http://www.asiaone.com/business/bein-sports-broadcast-fifa-womens-world-cup-thailand

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PPTV will broadcast all Thailand matches on terrestial TV plus other selected games, namely the opening game, the semi-finals and final. This reported in today's BP.

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12 hours ago, GreasyFingers said:

But who would care enough to watch

Maybe Thais who like football?

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1 hour ago, fishtank said:

Maybe Thais who like football?

or long term expats hungry for some slim farang girls?

 

Or Thais that like farang ladies

 

Or expats that like football in general...

I wonder how some of these top girls would do in man football

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Posted (edited)

So is the France v Korea on Bein Sports tonight , if so what time?

 

Edited by NE1

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No worries , got it all sussed.

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