Kuala Lumpur: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has today announced that Unitel will be the first ever broadcaster in Mongolia to show the AFC competitions in the period from 2021 to 2024.
The deal includes all major AFC national team and club competitions, including but not limited to the AFC Asian Qualifiers – Road to Qatar, the AFC Champions League and AFC Cup from the 2021 season, the AFC Asian Cup China 2023 and the AFC U23 Asian Cup Finals 2022 and 2024.
AFC confirms rights deal with Sport1 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Kuala Lumpur: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has today announced that Sport1 GmbH will be their new media partner, broadcasting the AFC Champions League for the 2021 and 2022 seasons in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
As an established dedicated sports broadcaster, with a large distribution in the region, Sport1 will make AFC Champions League live matches and highlights available in these territories. Live matches will mainly be aired on Sport1+, with selected live matches and highlights potentially being televised on free-to-air channel Sport1.
Mongolian commentators benefit from Mentorship Programme
Ulaanbaatar: The first Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Communications Mentorship Programme in 2020 was successfully held online for commentators in Mongolia with the aim of enhancing the football broadcast in the country.
In collaboration with the Mongolian Football Federation (MFF), the workshop was conducted by Desmond Corkhill, who is the Head of Broadcast of the Malaysian Football League and a former commentator for ESPN Star, Bein Sports and Eurosport, over two days for two different groups of 12 participants.
AFC signs rights deal with Saran Media International
Kuala Lumpur: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has today announced that Saran Media International will be their new media partner in Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan, as well as Kazakhstan from 2021 to 2024.
Saran Media International’s exclusive deal covers the AFC’s major national team and club competitions, including but not limited to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Asian Qualifiers Final Round, the AFC Champions League and the AFC Cup from the 2021 season, the AFC Asian Cup China 2023 and the AFC U23 Championship Finals in 2022 and 2024.
Ulaanbaatar: The Mongolian Football Federation (MFF) is the latest Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Member Association (MA) to benefit from the AFC President’s Infrastructure Initiative after the completion of three mini pitches in the country.
The new pitches in the provinces of Zavkhan, Uvs and Bulgan are part of the MFF’s initiatives to further develop and promote the sport. The projects are also expected to benefit the communities in the area.
MFF donates 2018 AFC Dream Asia Awards winnings to State Emergency Committee
Ulaanbaatar: The Mongolian Football Federation (MFF) has donated the funds received for winning the 2018 AFC Dream Asia Awards in the Aspiring category to the Mongolian State Emergency Committee to battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Vice President and MFF President Ganbaatar Amgalanbaatar and other representatives from MFF held a meeting with the State Emergency Committee Chairman and Mongolia’s Deputy Prime Minister Enkhtuvshin Ulziisaikhan on Tuesday before delivering the donation, face masks, protective suits and electronic thermometers.
Mongolian school educators enhance COVID-19 prevention knowledge
Ulaanbaatar: The AFC Dream Asia Foundation in collaboration with the Mongolian Football Federation (MFF) and Mongolian Red Cross Society (MRCS) have reached out to educators in the country to provide training on the best practices to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.
Attended by 120 participants, the training was aimed at increasing the safety standards in schools which are vulnerable to the pandemic and to empower education professionals in the country.