The US female football team in a jubilant mood

FIFA+ Goes Live As FIFA Begins Free Live Streaming Of U-20 Women's World Cup In Costa Rica


Aug. 11, 2022, 11:16 a.m.

The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) has announced that their soccer-focused streaming program named FIFA+ will go live at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup slated for Costa Rica from August 10 to August 28.

The move makes FIFA the first sports federation to offer its fans extensive streaming and content experience.

The streaming platform will broadcast all matches at the Women's football festival for free in over 100 territories, giving fans worldwide access to new depths of the women's game.

For the first time in the tournament's history, matches will be live on FIFA+ in 114 countries, including tournament hopefuls Germany, Brazil, Ghana, and Nigeria.

The soccer streaming program, launched in April this year according to the football governing body, will also stream games during the 2022 Men's football festivities scheduled for Qatar this year.

The world-class digital platform is created to allow football fans to connect and associate more deeply with the game they love for free.


President of FIFA, Gianni Infantino


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The move by FIFA will provide access to live football matches from every corner of the world, interactive games, news, information, ground-breaking, unrivaled video content delivering truly global storytelling around the men's and women's games, and much more.

Through the FIFA+ project, FIFA intends to stream 40,000 live games annually from 100 Member Associations across all six confederations, including 11,000 women's matches.

FIFA+ will also offer live coverage from Europe's topflight leagues to previously unserved competitions from around the world in men's, women's, and youth football. From launch, 1,400 matches will be live streamed monthly on FIFA+, rising rapidly.

The Match Centre will allow football fans to immerse themselves in rich football data across 400 men's and 65 women's competitions and provide them with news from around the world.

Furthermore, FIFA+ will be the home for fans in women's football powerhouses England and Sweden and premium editorial content for the tournament, tracking news, interviews, and analysis


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