Toggle teams up with Eleven Sports Network to offer UEFA EURO 2016

Football fans can catch all 51 matches “live” as well as on Catch-Up TV

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Football fans in Singapore will have another avenue to catch the UEFA EURO 2016 when the tournament kicks off on June 10.

Toggle will screen all 51 matches of the football competition “live” and on Catch-Up TV, which can be viewed in HD quality on multiple screens and devices. No set-top box or contract is required.

Fans who subscribe to the Toggle Football Mania Pass, which includes Eleven Euro channel for all live matches and Eleven Sports Euro channel for concurrent live matches, before June 8 will enjoy an early bird rate of S$78 (inclusive of GST). Thereafter, the package will be available at S$88 (inclusive of GST).

Subscribers will also have access to full on-demand replay of the matches as well as a two-month complimentary Toggle PRIME subscription which offers advanced screening of local content and other premium content for the entire family.

Another way to get in on the action is to sign up for a 24-month Toggle Prime subscription at $9.90 per month. With this, you get the Toggle Football Mania Pass for free.

Anil Nihalani, Head of Connected Media at Mediacorp, said: “We are constantly striving to provide more valued content to our viewers and subscribers. Our coverage of key live events over the past year such as the SEA Games and the General Elections was very well received by Singaporeans. We are pleased that we are now able to bring the UEFA EURO 2016TM tournament to soccer fans. Toggle brings the ability for soccer fans to catch the matches on a multitude of devices with a direct subscription without the need to subscribe to other services. We will continue to do our best to bring popular content to our viewers.”

Viewers can subscribe to the Toggle Football Mania Pass at toggle.sg from Jun 6.

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