Uefa is to offer subscription-based audio and video content from Euro 2004 over the internet.
The package features exclusive post-match behind-the-scenes footage, live audio commentary plus archive video clips and tourist information. It is available in English, Portuguese, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian.
The service runs until 31 August 2004 and is available on euro2004.com for a one-off fee of £9.95 in the UK or €14.95 worldwide.
"The 'euro2004.com action' service is the ideal way for users with a broadband connection to get a real feel for the colour and excitement of the action taking place in Portugal, with access to near live highlights, in-depth city guides and behind-the-scenes features," said Alexandre Fourtoy, chief executive of Uefa New Media, in a statement.
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