(PRWEB UK) 12 December 2013
Digital Sports Group today announced it is extending its coverage of the Champions League on the Footymad network. 2014 will be a special year for football with a Brazilian World Cup and a Champions League with all four Premier League teams battling for the title of European champions.
Barring any Wednesday mishaps from Arsenal we will have a much better Champions League for the English Premier League than last year with 100% group stage progression. Footymad have been covering the Champions League action on their network of sites which are now a-buzz with talk of tactics, line-ups, goals and more as Europe’s premier football tournament enters the Round of 16 stage.
Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say, “Footymad knows how to support a fan's need to engage with other fans in debates and conversation around Football. There is such a depth of passion and enjoyment of the beautiful game in our network which is really what makes it the best. Footymad will not only have a great place to chat about the Champions League with other like minded fans on the message boards but also a great stats package, news and features. The network has consistently evolved with the best available technology since its founding more than ten years ago and we are committed to set new firsts in ensuring Footymad remains the best fan network for many years to come.”
Footymad will be providing a strong package for this Champions League fixture said Simon Boynton, Managing Director.
“It’s been a fantastic Champions league tournament so far and it will only get better as we enter the knockout phase of the competition and fans across Europe can start dreaming of the final at Benfica’s Estadio da Luz. Obviously we would love to see one or two of the Premier League teams there again and what better way to prepare for the World Cup! Footymad will be the perfect venue for fans to follow the Champions League.”
Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.