SONY SIX, India’s sports and entertainment channel, Monday launched an exclusive line-up of content that will feature as an onset to the run-up to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
As the international home of football, Brazil stands on the horizon to host the biggest football event on the planet; its excitement has already journeyed onto the Indian shores.
SONY SIX, who hold the rights for telecasting the event exclusively in India, look to capitalise on this opportunity through high quality and exclusive content to the fans.
The channel will broadcast the following programmes:
Destination Brazil: 16-episode 2014 FIFA World Cup preview series, profiling all the qualified teams for the tournament and evaluating their respective chances.
Football’s World Stars: 10-episode series profiling all the top football players in the world who will be seen in action in the World Cup.
FIFA World Cup Official Films: Showcasing exclusive Official Films that date back to the past 15 World Cups (excluding the 2010 World Cup in South Africa) recounting the best from the tournament.
FIFA Route to the Final: 7-episode series maps the successful cup journey of Brazil in 2002, Italy in 2006 and Spain in 2010.
FIFA World Cup Shocks: Multi-episode series that underlines the unpredictable nature of the game through showcasing astonishing upsets by the ‘Dark Horse’ teams over superior opponents in the tournament.
FIFA World Cup Classics: Multi-episode series featuring some of the most exciting, entertaining and memorable games from the FIFA World Cup history.
FIFA World Cup Stories: Six-part series featuring some of the intriguing stories from all the previous world cups that have etched their memories into the halls of memoirs of the game.
Best Matches by Nation: A special programme that will give viewers a look at all the previous World Cup winners and some of their most memorable wins, including teams like Brazil, Argentina, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, England and Uruguay.
Re-live South Africa: A collection of four episodes covering various aspects from the 2010 FIFA World Cup, South Africa, including the 2010 FIFA World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands.
FIFA World Cup Classic Players: A unique multi-episode series profiling some of football’s greatest legends and their contribution to the sport, providing great insights into the life of the players.
Top 20 FIFA World Cup Moments: Highlighting some of the most important moments that have defined the history of the tournament. (IANS)