The ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) and Mediacorp announced in a joint statement that they will be airing all the matches from the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022, from 20 December to 16 January.
AFF and Mediacorp’s statement
The ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) and Mediacorp today announced an exclusive media rights partnership in Singapore for the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022, Southeast Asia’s biennial international football tournament. The deal underlines Mediacorp’s ongoing efforts to offer exclusive football action for free to a wide national audience, as part of its continued commitment to rallying audiences behind Team Singapore athletes and supporting the local sports scene.
Through a deal brokered by SPORTFIVE, AFF’s exclusive commercial rights representative, Mediacorp will air all 26 matches of the upcoming tournament. This will kick off with the Group Stage opening match on 20 December, and includes all home matches held in Singapore, which will be produced by Mediacorp. The 2020 semi-finalist Singapore have been drawn into Group B and will take on Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, and causeway rivals Malaysia. The competition will end with the two-legged Finals, to be played on 13 and 16 January 2023.
Football fans in Singapore can look forward to cheering on the national team and enjoying coverage of all the thrilling ASEAN football action for free, live and on demand on Mediacorp’s digital entertainment streaming service meWATCH. Matches featuring The Lions will be available live on free-to-air television via Mediacorp Channel 5, with match highlights on Mediacorp Entertainment YouTube channel.
- Can we swap this for free coverage of all remaining world cup games?
- Nobody cares whether you broadcast this cup anot, majority only interested in world cup, epl, European championships cup.
- World cup telecast only a few matches.. certain competitions that nobody watches, gives us free for wat???
- Should pay us to watch this