29 April 2021
- Stream from any screen, anywhere, all 51 matches of the UEFA EURO 2020 “LIVE” with StarHub
Singapore, 29 April 2021 – With the highly-anticipated UEFA European Football Championship (UEFA EURO 2020) kicking off on 12 June 2021, StarHub is offering football fans in Singapore full access to all 51 matches, by streaming the games ‘live’ through the LIVENow app. Any customer who signs up with StarHub for the UEFA EURO 2020 tournament pass before 31 May 2021 will enjoy early-bird pricing of $84 (U.P. $94). In addition, they will be entitled to one voucher that will allow them to redeem one non-sports event on LIVENow at no extra cost. Non-sports events on LIVENow include live music concerts, fitness workouts, stand-up comedy and more.
UEFA EURO 2020 is back on a bigger stage than ever before after a year’s break due to the pandemic. For the first time since its inception, the UEFA EURO 2020 will be held across the continent, with matches being hosted in 12 cities. With StarHub, football fans can catch this exciting tournament through the screens of their preference, from their phones over Singapore’s fastest mobile network to their computers and TVs on ultra-fast fibre broadband services.
“Football fans have been steeped in anticipation for this event, and we are always excited to deliver content that our customers love and look forward to,” said Johan Buse, Chief, Consumer Business Group, StarHub. “We are excited to bring UEFA EURO 2020 right into the palms of our customers, allowing them to travel without travelling and be immersed completely in thrilling live football action. Beyond engaging just football enthusiasts, we are committed to provide our customers access to a wide range of sporting events, bringing together fans of different sports to StarHub, the one-stop destination for all forms of entertainment.”
Featuring top European teams, the UEFA EURO 2020 is in its 16th edition this year, and 2016 defending champions Portugal is set to confront pent-up competition that has brewed over the past five years. With 15 out of 16 previous champions all qualifying into the group stage, and Belgium and Italy both recording flawless qualifying campaigns to challenge the crown, this year’s competition will be especially intense. ‘Live’ coverage will begin on 12 June 2021 at 3am, with Turkey and Italy going head-on in the first Group A match.
Matches will be broadcast through the official LIVENow app, which customers can easily cast onto TV screens. Through the app, customers can access match replays and highlights via on demand content, a feature that football fans will certainly enjoy, and is not typically offered through broadcast channels. The app will be available for download on iOS and Android phones, certain Smart TVs and through StarHub TV+ box.
For more information and to view the match schedule, please visit www.starhub.com/euro2020.