TheFIFA launched Tuesday, a free streaming platform designed to give football fans access to broadcasting tens of thousands of matches around the world.
On this platform, called FIFA+, fans will have access to more than 40,000 live matches by the end of 2022, from the men’s, women’s and youth team competitions.
FIFA+ will also have a ‘History’ section containing, among other things, ‘every World Cup match that has ever been recorded’ and documentaries about football stars, present and past.
FIFA+ represents the next step in our plan to make football inclusive and global. This platform supports FIFA’s core mission to expand and develop football globally,” said FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
The platform will also have a section with game stats and a daily news feed. It will initially be available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. According to FIFA, other languages will follow later in the year.