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Singapore: Champions League and UEFA Cup Moving to mio TV

miotv logo Singapore: Champions League and UEFA Cup Moving to mio TVBeginning next season, soccer fans in Singapore will have to pay more money if they want to see their Champions League and UEFA Cup matches on TV. That’s because fans will need to subscribe to mio TV to watch the European cup competitions, while the Premier League will remain on StarHub.

More details about the story can be read here, but suffice to say, similar situations are being experienced by soccer fans around the world. For example, in the United States, soccer fans have to subscribe to Fox Soccer Channel, ESPN2, Setanta Sports and GolTV to access Premier League, Champions League, UEFA Cup and other domestic competitions.


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