Samsung TV Plus expands its sports offering with FIFA+ for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Samsung UK Newsroom

Samsung TV Plus expands its sports offering with FIFA+ for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Samsung UK Newsroom

Samsung users around the world can now access premium football content 24/7 thanks to the FIFA+ channel on Samsung TV Plus

The tech giant has expanded its sports offering with more content during the biggest women’s soccer tournament

Samsung has announced the addition of FIFA+ to the channel line-up on Samsung TV Plus[1], the company’s free, ad-supported TV streaming service. The new addition is now part of Samsung’s expanding sports offerings available to users.

On the free FIFA+ channel on Samsung TV Plus[2] You’ll find FIFA+’s rich collection of originals, archives, and highlights from both men’s and women’s matches. TC builds on sports content already available on Samsung TVs.

Samsung TV Plus is Samsung’s free source of sports and entertainment, bringing thousands of TV shows, movies and sporting events to millions of Samsung Smart TVs, select Galaxy devices, Family Hub refrigerators and the Internet in many markets.

“We are very excited to be adding FIFA+ to Samsung TV Plus,” said Richard Jacqueman, Head of Business Development, Samsung Electronics Europe.. “At global launch, users will have immediate access to a rich selection of FIFA+ content. And now that the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ has begun, they too can experience this exciting new chapter in women’s football!”

The announcement was made during the highly anticipated Women’s World Cup 2023™ tournament in Australia and New Zealand.

FIFA+ gives customers access to thousands of hours of the best football stories. The channel’s origins are feature-length documentaries and short films that tell world-class stories about men’s and women’s football. Take, for example, “The Happiest Man in the World” (about a genius, defector, mentor and rebel like Ronaldinho), “Croatia: Defining a Nation” (about how a group of soccer players define a new nation through soccer) or “Bravas de Juárez (The inspiring sacrifices behind the dream of a Latin American women’s soccer team), among countless other long and short stories.

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The archive will be home to every FIFA World Cup– en FIFA Women’s World CupEver match caught on camera. In addition to full match replays, editorial programming is also available, such as tournament match highlights, goal packs, team-related programs and special player profiles.

“Through partnerships like these, we are changing the face of ad-supported television,” said Alex Hole, Vice President and General Manager, Samsung Electronics Europe. “Since we also now offer live broadcasts of major sporting events, our televisions have turned into real sports centers.”

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Samsung TV Plus is Samsung’s Free, Ad-supported (FAST) TV streaming and video-on-demand service with nearly 2,000 channels worldwide, thousands of on-demand shows and movies, news, sports, entertainment, automotive, design, and more. Samsung TV Plus, one of the first FAST platforms from the hardware manufacturer, is built directly into all Samsung TVs from 2016 to 2023 and is available on Samsung Galaxy mobile devices. It is completely free, without a subscription and without the need to log in online. It is also available on Samsung Family Hub refrigerators in the United States.

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[1] Samsung TV Plus is a free entertainment and sports resource available to Samsung Smart TV, Mobile and Tablet customers. Samsung TV models made after 2016 and mobile devices with access to Android 8.0 or higher already have Samsung TV Plus built-in. If your device is compatible, you can download it directly from the Galaxy Stores and Google Play. Samsung TV Plus is only available in the US on select Samsung refrigerators and online.

[2] Samsung TV Plus is only available in South Korea, United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, Brazil and Mexico. The mobile app is only available in South Korea, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria and India.

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