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FPT Television announced the media copyright for Serie A and FA Cup in 3 consecutive seasons from 2018 to 2021

FPT Television , 07-23-2018 17:00


 
 
In Hanoi, on July 23rd, 2018, FPT Television officially announced the media copyright for The Italian Football Champions (Serie A) in 3 consecutive seasons from 2018 to 2021. This is an effort to bring Vietnamese audiences the most prestigious football league in the world on FPT Television.
 
Accordingly, FPT Television owns the entire media copyright for the Serie A (all 380 games per season, 10 games per round) in 3 seasons from 2018-19, 2019-20 to 2020-21. At the same time, FPT Television also announced the ownership of media copyright for The Football Association Challenge Cup (FA Cup) in 3 consecutive seasons from 2018 to 2021.
 
The Italian Football Champions (Serie A) has proved its appeal with strong moves to find the pinnacle of one of the most exciting tournaments in the world. Always given special feelings and special expectations by all football fans in Vietnam and all over the world, Serie A will officially start its new season 2018-19 on August 19th, 2018. The tournament promises to be extremely attractive and dramatic with the appearance of the world's top superstar soccer players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala, and Leonardo Bonucci, etc. and the convergence of the most notorious coaches in Europe. Audiences will be able to enjoy one of the most dramatic seasons in history with the rivalries between famous clubs to win the championship. This is good news for all Italian football fans in general around the world.
 
Accompanying with the tournaments through the season are exclusive programs invested and produced in new format by FPT Television such as the talk show "Spogliatoi" (Dressing room) or the series Italy Journey, etc. Besides, in interactive program named “Rafter fish Hotpot” which is broadcasted regularly every Tuesday and Friday, viewers have the opportunity to enjoy the high-quality football matches, participate in interactive games with the MC and guests in a completely new way and receive attractive gifts. With the breakthroughs and differences that FPT Television brings to the new season, the audience should look forward to a boom one.
 
In addition, the project of 2 million postcards on Italian culture and people, implemented by journalist Truong Anh Ngoc and in cooperation with FPT Television, will be sent to all fans throughout Vietnam. This is a project in the series of activities of FPT Television in the cultural connection journey to celebrate 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Italy.
 
FPT Television continues to invest large funds to improve the quality of content as well as the user experience. Especially, the sports content on FPT Television has always been invested and FPT Television also continuously made efforts to bring the top sports tournaments in Vietnam and in other countries to millions of Vietnamese fans. Famous tournaments that have been broadcasted by FPT Television include FIFA World Cup 2018TM, ASEAN Basketball League (ABL 2018), Premier League and 2018 Vietnam Futsal League – VFL, etc. With the announcement of media copyright for Serie A and FA Cup in 3 consecutive seasons, 2018 promises to be a year full of development as a way for FPT Television to show its gratefulness to the audience, customers and partners.
 
To sum up, in 3 consecutive seasons from 2018 to 2021, FPT Television will accompany the audience and football fans all over the country to go through dramatic rounds and attractive side events of The Italian Football Champions (Serie A) and The Football Association Challenge Cup (FA Cup). The 2018-19 Serie A will officially start on August 19th, 2018 and be fully copyrighted by FPT Television. Audience can watch these tournaments on FPT Television and FPT Play platform.  For the latest news of the tournament, please visit FPT Television fan page, FPT Television website or contact hotline: 19006600.