FIFA opens World Cup archive amid Covid-19 pandemic
The #WorldCupAtHome initiative will see more than 30 past matches made available from 21st March via FIFA’s official website and YouTube channel, as well as its Weibo channel in China.
The soccer body will also allow fans to vote on games they want to see via social media. Additional engagement opportunities will also allow viewers to interact with live chat on YouTube and vote for a favourite moment of the match.
FIFA will also make available a catalogue of its in-house documentary features and interviews with some of soccer’s biggest names.
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