Uefa has kicked off a broadband service to allow footy fans to watch every Champions League match online this season.
The Uefa.com Action broadband service will provide access to video and audio content from every match, as well as an archive that includes highlights from the competition's history.
Designed to appeal to the growing numbers of football fans around the world with broadband access, the service offers video highlights from this season's Uefa Cup Final, video footage of every goal scored in the League, and last season's competition which saw 238 goals.
Alexandre Fourtoy, chief executive at Uefa New Media, said in a statement: "The fact that over 75 per cent of visitors accessed our euro2004.com site using a broadband connection highlights the rapidly developing market for multimedia content.
"The Uefa.com Action service puts fans around the world in control of how and when they view the extensive coverage on offer."
The service will feature live audio commentary from every Uefa Champions League game in the 2004-05 season, and an archive of over 5,000 video clips including every game in the entire 12-year history of the competition.
Subscribers can also access a daily video news bulletin delivering all the latest news in European football, and a weekly magazine show featuring interviews with star players and profiles of key European club sides.
Subscription for the 2004-05 season costs £29.95. A season-long live audio match commentary subscription is available for £9.95.
Free seven-day trials of the service are available here.
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