Exclusive collection from OneFootball gives fans the chance to collect iconic digital video moments from the prestigious league and unlock unforgettable experiences.
OneFootball drops its second official Lega Serie A digital video moments collection available exclusively at https://aera.onefootball.com/drops.
From 28th September, football fans around the world will be able to claim a moment in history and build their own personal collection of iconic Serie A moments from match days 2, 3 and 4. Featuring 108 moments of the best action, attempts, saves, defending, assists, and skills from Serie A matchdays 2, 3 and 4, including wonder goals from Domenico Berardi, Olivier Giroud and Luis Alberto.
Football belongs to the fans and now they can get closer to the game they love by collecting and trading digital moments on OneFootball’s marketplace and competing in challenges to win real-life experiences and digital rewards including match tickets and signed jerseys.
The new drop will be available Wednesday, September 28 2022, at 16:00 CEST at https://aera.onefootball.com from as little as USD$9. For more information, head to Medium: https://aera-onefootball.medium.com/drop-2-get-ready-deb90b6dd610
No one gets fans closer to the beautiful game than OneFootball. Reaching over 100 million monthly active users worldwide, OneFootball is the most popular football media platform for the new generation of football fanatics. Understanding that the world’s football obsession goes beyond the 90 minutes of a match, OneFootball users get access to the most comprehensive football coverage on and off the pitch: from breaking news, highlight clips and live streaming to statistics and live scores of hundreds of leagues and competitions worldwide – fans get all the content they crave. OneFootball is the only company to offer single live football matches in-app on a free and pay-per-view basis, while native integration from OneFootball’s network of over 150 clubs, leagues, federations, players, as well as hundreds of independent content creators, and broadcasters adds close to 200k pieces of editorial and video content per month.
Founded in 2008, the company has a global reach – with headquarters in Berlin and regional hubs in London, Singapore and Lisbon – and is deeply embedded in the football ecosystem, with shareholders including top-tier clubs Arsenal, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid,Olympique de Marseille, Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham Hotspur, as well as the German FA. OneFootball is available in 12 languages and is the best-rated sports app in the world, based on millions of App Store and Google Play reviews.
In 2022, OneFootball announced a new joint venture – OneFootball Labs – formed with Web3 champion Animoca Brands alongside one of the pioneers in the blockchain space, Liberty City Ventures. OneFootball Labs will enable clubs, leagues, federations and players to release premium digital assets and fan-centric experiences on the sports-industry leading Flow blockchain so fans can get their favourite moments through the easy-to-use and secure wallet, Dapper. OneFootball aims to be at the forefront of the Web3 era, helping clubs, leagues, federations and players build more direct relationships with fans and creating new digital experiences. All digital collectibles will be available on OneFootball’s marketplace.
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About Serie A
The Italian Professional Football League, known as Lega Serie A, is the top football league in Italy and one of the most famous football leagues in the world. The league, based in Milan, was founded in 1946 as Lega Calcio. In 2010, the league was divided into Lega Serie A and B. Lega Serie A organises Serie A, the major football championship in Italy, as well as the national cup and the match between the two winners of these competitions, the Supercoppa Italiana. The top four teams in the Serie A automatically qualify for the group phase of the UEFA Champions League, other two teams qualify for UEFA Europa League and one for UEFA Conference League. Lega Serie A also runs all the Primavera 1 youth football competitions. Lega Serie A has negotiated club TV rights collectively since the 2010/2011 sport season, usually on the basis of a three-year deal.