FIFA.com has live webcasts of all 52 matches of the FIFA U-20 World Cup

If you are
not in

Canada
watching the drama of the FIFA U-20 World Cup unfold, then FIFA.com is the
place to make sure you do not miss a single minute of the action.

FIFA is
offering football fans access to live webcasts of all 52 matches of the
flagship youth event through FIFA.com TV, a new, free interactive service from
the official website of the F d ration Internationale de Football Association.

“Football
is for the fans,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. “By offering this
innovative service to the world – and for free – we are not only helping to
promote the beautiful game, but also underlining that we are at the forefront
of technology and innovation. After watching these matches on FIFA.com,
football fans around the world will be able to talk to each other about the
tournament on the site, helping to develop the football community throughout
the world.”

Each of
the 52 games will be streamed in their entirety in the following European
territories.

Albania,
Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria,
Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany,
Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein,
Lithuania, Luxembourg, FYR Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands,
Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom.

The list
of countries with access to these live streams will be updated for each
tournament, starting with the FIFA U-17 World Cup Korea 2007 and the FIFA
Women’s World Cup China 2007.

All
matches will be available with English commentary and will be streamed at 400
kbps.

These live
webcasts will complement the unparalleled FIFA.com content for Canada 2007
which includes:


In-depth editorial coverage on all 24 teams with news, features and interviews.


Live match coverage through FIFA.com’s MatchCast, including statistics from the
official FIFA data feed.


A free two-minute highlights package available worldwide shortly after the
final whistle with all the goals from the tournament.


FIFA.com users will have the chance to vote for their Goal of the Tournament.


A special ‘Have Your Say’ feature, where fans can share their views on Canada
2007 as the tournament unfolds.

To access
the free, live webcasts, users simply have to click on a link on the homepage.
The following technical specifications are required:


Microsoft Windows 98(SE), 2000, XP, ME,
VISTA


Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher


Flash 7.0.25 or higher


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