World football’s governing body this Tuesday launched a new online platform called FIFA+ and offers promising content instead of giving it away for free.
It doesn’t claim to be a football Netflix just yet, but the offer is to be welcomed. FIFA, the organizers of world football, this Tuesday launched a 100% free digital platform for football fans.
Known as FIFA+, the portal provides a fairly comprehensive online content, including live matches from championships around the world, archives, news on sports and competitions, unpublished video content, and stories about men’s football. “Never has a sports federation offered such a volume of streaming content and videos to its community,” welcomes the body.
Ronaldinho, Dani Alves, Modric…
With regard to streaming of matches, it will start at the end of the year, with the equivalent of 40,000 matches spread across 100 member associations of six associations, including 11,000 women’s or youth football matches. That is, 1,400 meetings per month, promises FIFA.
Other gorgeous content available on FIFA+, the Archives section should allow you to (re)view all the matches filmed during the last Men’s and Women’s World Cups. Finally, the platform offers original home documentaries on the biggest football stars, such as Ronaldinho, Dani Alves and Luka Modric, or at accredited training centers.
The FIFA President said, “The FIFA+ platform represents the next step in our vision to make football truly global and inclusive. It helps FIFA fulfill its core mission of developing football around the world. ” FIFA, Gianni Infantino, who assures that “FIFA+ will accelerate “the democratization of football”.