There is some news here about live broadcast of FIFA World Cup in Singapore. Get full information below of how you can catch this most watched soccer game live in Singapore. Football fans in Singapore can see the 2010 FIFA World Cup action ‘live’ on their television screens. Non-exclusive rights to broadcast ‘live’ all 64 matches of the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa have been secured by SingTel and StarHub.
Subscribers are being offered early-bird World Cup football package priced at S$88. Arrangements with the two telcos to air four key World Cup matches on free-to-air Channel 5 and HD5 are being finalized as for MediaCorp. Subscribers of SingTel and StarHub can see the matches on two dedicated World Cup channels.
StarHub’s chief operating officer Tan Tong Hai said: “We negotiated hard for the World Cup rights for over a year, with the best interest of the nation at heart. We are thrilled to be able to bring viewers in Singapore to the heart of the sporting action in South Africa.”
SingTel’s chief of content and media services, Edward Ying, said that inspite of the challenging negotiations, “the focus at the heart of it was the football fans in Singapore“.
However there is a new issue, as lot of customers are now lashing out because the subscription to the coverage is excessively high.
Broadcasters that are confirmed to be screening some or all of the matches are as follows:
List of website to see Fifa world cup 2010 live