The Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has introduced a completely free streaming service that allows you to watch live or late matches around the world and a wide range of football-related content.
If you are a football fan, you will love it FIFA + ! This is not a video game, it is a brand new service offered from April 12, 2022 FIFA, The prestigious and essential Fédration Internationale de Football Association, the governing body of all football-related organizations around the world. More precisely, FIFA + is a streaming video platform that provides access to a wide range of football-related content: matches, of course, taken live or from the club’s archives, but the schedule of matches, daily world news for men and women, football, profiles of famous players from more than 40 countries, documentaries, documentaries, Shows and shorts. In short, a kind of Netflix dedicated to the world of football in all its dimensions, accessible everywhere. In the web versionAvailable for Android and iOS, with a simple web browser or mobile application.
Small important detail, not to mention the capital: FIFA + is completely free. Yes, while it may seem unbelievable in a field where money is king, there is no charge for accessing this entire video list, including watching matches live. This is likely to put a severe brake on all sites that provide illegal streaming match retransmissions, especially IPTV services, subject to legal action and restrictions by ISPs (see our article). Also, you do not need to create an account: all content is directly accessible.
To achieve this, FIFA simply chose the AVOD model (promotional video on demand): in other words, the video is subsidized by on-demand advertising. In fact, just like the TV channels that clearly broadcast football matches – no need for a paid subscription like TF1 or M6, Canal + or BeIN Sport – you have to agree to watch the venues. There is no ban on amateurs. However, FIFA will not rule out providing a premium formula in the future with exclusive content that requires a paid subscription. We will have to wait and see if FIFA + achieves the expected success in its current form before the potential evolution of the service.
Since its inception, FIFA + has already produced a 90-minute documentary about Ronaldinho and the captains, a series focusing on the six national team captains as they qualify for the 2022 World Cup, documentary series, icons, and five other content. The most famous players in women’s football, as well as the most historic matches (such as the 1998 World Cup final between France and Brazil, the 2015 Women’s World Cup final between the United States and Japan) or again the HD Cutz documentary series dedicated to Shelton Edwards, are the most influential in the world of football. Expert. The competition center section will entertain the fans by providing a complete and detailed schedule of matches with summaries and statistics about teams and players, as well as various interactive games (quizzes, predictions, etc.). That too is just the beginning. FIFA really promises more than 40,000 matches (over 29,000 men’s football and over 11,000 women’s football) from all over the world for 2022 and, of course, the full and live broadcast of the 2022 World Cup. At the end of the year in Qatar.
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