11 August 2016
Open to all; StarHub Mobile customers can stream without any data charges
Singapore, 11 August 2016 – Starting tomorrow, fans of English football can stream Eleven Sports Network’s ‘live’ coverage of the Premier League, the FA Cup, the English Football League Cup, the Football League Championship and England international home friendlies by getting the Prime Football Pass on StarHub Go. Matches will be shown across three StarHub Go channels – Eleven, Eleven Sports and Eleven Plus – which can be accessed by smart devices in Singapore. StarHub Mobile customers get the additional benefit of streaming without incurring any data charges.
Three ‘live’ Premier League matches involving top tier sides and three more delayed matches will be aired each match week. ‘Live’ coverage of the 2016/17 season starts on 13 August, 7.30pm on Eleven Plus with the reigning champions Leicester City beginning their title defence away to newly promoted Hull City. Other ‘live’ games in the same week include Pep Guardiola’s first match in-charge of Manchester City against Sunderland; and AFC Bournemouth at home to Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United.
“The Premier League is the most popular football league in the world and we are excited to offer three top-tier matches ‘live’ to our StarHub Go customers. With the Prime Football Pass, customers can savour top drawer football at their convenience without having to commit to a contract. On top of that, StarHub Mobile customers will not incur any data charges while streaming content on StarHub Go, allowing these diehard football fans to focus the things that truly matter: the football,” said Ms Lin Shu Fen, Head of Family Segment & HubLife, StarHub.
“Eleven is the Home of English football in Singapore, and we are delighted to partner with StarHub to offer our world class coverage of the best football competitions to even more supporters. We want our exhilarating sports content – including the best Premier League action – to be available at an affordable price to all fans, and this partnership is another significant milestone in achieving our goal,” says Joyee Biswas, Managing Director, Asia, Eleven Sports Network.
Match day coverage will be helmed by award-winning presenter Richard Lenton and a host of expert pundits who will provide in-depth match previews and post-match analysis. In addition to match coverage, football fans can catch up on all things Premier League through official magazine shows and weekly highlights.
Besides English football, Eleven, Eleven Sports and Eleven Plus will air selected football matches from the Italian Serie A, Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and the Scottish Professional Football League as well as CONMEBOL 2018 World Cup Russia qualifiers. The channels will also provide ‘live’ action from other sports such as the ATP250 tennis events, ITTF World Tour and the Badminton Asia Championships.
The Prime Football Pass comprises Eleven (Channel 297), Eleven Sports (Channel 298) and Eleven Plus (Channel 299). To give customers a chance to sample the Prime Football Pass at a special rate, customers who sign up by 31 August 2016 can get the Prime Football Pass for $19.90 for a 30-day pass without a contract. From 1 September 2016 onwards, customers can get the 30-day pass without a contract for $24.90. Customers can also sign up for the Prime Football Pass for $19.90 per month with a 12-month contract. All prices include GST.
All StarHub postpaid customers can enjoy the convenience of charging their StarHub Go subscriptions to their monthly bills. StarHub Go customers can also pay for their subscriptions using their credit cards or the iOS in-app purchase option.
For more information, please visit www.starhub.com/go-packs.