Zurich, Switzerland – 3 June, 2015: flags at the entrance of the FIFA headquarter. FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) is the international governing body of association football (soccer), futsal and beach soccer. FIFA is responsible for the organisation of football’s major international tournaments.
FIFA + is enriched and introduces support for four new languages. From this week, in fact, it is introduced for the digital platform il support for Italian, Japanese, Korean and Indonesian. Thanks to this novelty, another 465 million fans will be able to access content in their native language. Currently, there will be nine language support for FIFA + with an even wider and more articulated offer of subtitles.
FIFA + introduces support for a greater number of languages: there is also Italian
FIFA+, the digital platform created to bind fans even more to the world of football, is renewed with the introduction of support for four new languages, including Italian. This is an important addition for the platform that aims to become the international reference point for users, guaranteeing free access to 40,000 live football matches every year, to documentaries, original docuseries and much more. Note that for Japanese, Korean and Indonesian users, FIFA + can now count on regional hubs with specific content.
Charlotte Burr, FIFA Director of Strategy, Business Development and FIFA +, said: “FIFA + was born to make football truly global and accessible to all, and to give fans around the world a tool to experience the sport in ever new ways. Adding these 4 new languages was a step towards this goal for us, and we are really happy to have brought the platform to such a large number of enthusiasts ”.