Goal, the world’s largest online football destination, today announced a new collaboration with Twitter to broadcast four UEFA Champions League Round of 16 games live to Twitter users in Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, and Laos.
The four games will be available for free to logged-in and logged-out users on Twitter on connected devices in Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, and Laos via Goal’s Thai Twitter account @Goal_TH. Twitter will be the exclusive social media streaming platform for the games between Tottenham v Borussia Dortmund (13 February), Liverpool v Bayern Munich (19 February), Paris Saint-Germain v Manchester United (6 March), and Manchester City v Schalke (12 March).
Highlights of all Round of 16 games will also be made available to Twitter users in Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, Malaysia, and Brunei. Live and on-demand coverage of all the matches will be streamed on the Goal website in the region.
James Dickens, Goal’s Global Editor-in-Chief, said: “We are delighted to extend the live broadcast of this year’s UEFA Champions League onto Twitter for four key Round of 16 games. This will allow as many fans as possible in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and the Philippines to enjoy these high-stakes games between some of the best supported teams in the region.”
Maurizio Barbieri, Head of Sports Partnerships for Southeast Asia at Twitter, said: “Football doesn’t get much bigger than the business end of the UEFA Champions League, so we couldn’t be more excited to be teaming up with Goal to bring live broadcasts of these massive matches to Twitter. Looking at the levels of conversation on Twitter, football fans in our region are some of the most engaged and passionate on the planet, so it’s fitting that the matches are being streamed in this way.”
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