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Eleven Sports Network launches online streaming service in Singapore

MUMBAI: Eleven Sports Network has launched an online streaming service in Singapore, making its premium sports content including live coverage of this weekend’s Emirates FA Cup matches, available to all sports fans.

Launched ahead of this weekend’s Emirates FA Cup third round, fans would be able to watch popular Premier League sides including Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham in live and exclusive Emirates FA Cup action on Eleven at SGD $3.90 for a 1-day subscription pass.

Liverpool supporters can follow their side’s match against Exeter City early on Saturday morning, with the all-Premier League encounter between FA Cup holders and 12-time winners Arsenal, and Sunderland shown later the same day at 11 pm.

Manchester United‘s clash with Sheffield United at Old Trafford will be available on Sunday 10 January, with Chelsea vs Scunthorpe and Tottenham vs Leicester City screened later that evening. All of the above matches will be shown live and exclusively on Eleven.

Eleven Sports Network will show a minimum of eight live matches per round of the Emirates FA Cup until the Quarter-finals stage, as well as the Semi-finals and the Final, which takes place on Saturday 21 May 2016. The football fans would be served an average of 12 live games every week.

Tennis fans can catch action from the Qatar Open this weekend, featuring top stars including Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal.

Eleven Sports Network MD Asia Joyee Biswas said, “It is extremely important to offer flexible options to customers and we are delighted to be able to do this through our online streaming service. In making our world-class sporting action available to every sports fan in Singapore, we have enhanced our commitment to providing premium, accessible, global sports content tailored to local audiences.”

In addition to the Emirates FA Cup and ATP World Tour 250, subscribers in Singapore can also watch live action from the Italian Serie A TIM, English Football League and Capital One Cup, Brazilian Serie A and Copa do Brasil, Copa Sudamericana, Portuguese Primeira Liga, Belgian Jupiler Pro League and Scottish Professional Football League, as well as baseball, table-tennis, basketball, badminton and handball events from around the world on the network’s two channels, Eleven and Eleven Sports.