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Corriere d’o Sport has announced it is going to stream the Champions League on its new app for Android.
The app, available from June 30, allows users to browse highlights and catch-up on matches from the competition, including the first three legs of the finals.
Users can also search for matches by date or team, with a “match history” section which includes details of the best matches and results of past competitions.
The apps’ goal is to provide an “experience that feels more like a sport”, Corrié d’Oscast said.
The Champions League will also be shown in Spanish and English.
The service is the brainchild of Corrière d’Orto and the other three major Spanish newspapers.
“We’ve made an app that’s tailored for the fans, the users, that they are passionate about watching football,” Corriède d’Ancona said.
“They want to be able to watch their favorite teams play and watch their favourite players play.
And then to see them in action.”
I’m convinced that we are at the right moment to make this experience even better.
“Corriere Sport said it was not available in Brazil and the Philippines, where the Champions Leagues are being played, but plans to add it in the future.”
The service is not available on the iOS app store, but is available in the Google Play store and other Android app stores.”
We’re a sports media company and we’re going to invest a lot in this space.”
The service is not available on the iOS app store, but is available in the Google Play store and other Android app stores.
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