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ALBION CALLING ON GLOBAL SUPPORT

5 May 2016

The club wants to know where fans are watching the game across the world.


Brighton & Hove Albion will have the eyes of the world watching when they take on Middlesbrough in Saturday’s pivotal promotion game at the Riverside.
 
The club appreciates that many fans will be unable to make the trip to Teesside, so we are encouraging as many Albion supporters as possible to let us know where they are watching the crucial game across the globe.
 
It is simple to get involved, just e-mail your location to marketing@bhafc.co.uk or alternatively, you can tweet the club @OfficialBHAFC and use the hashtag #BHAFCTogether.
 
In order to make your entry stand out from the rest, the club is asking fans to submit a photograph too and the best pictures will be shared on social media.

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Once all the responses have been collated, the map will be shared on Twitter to show the players the incredible support they’ve received around the world.
 
The sheer scale of Albion’s potential support on Saturday is clear, with the game set to be televised live by a number of international broadcasters, including ESPN Brazil, beIN Sports, across Australia and the USA and Fox Sports Africa.
 
Football fans can view the game in Scandinavia, thanks to Viasat and across the Balkans region of Eastern Europe, through Nova.
 
Please submit your entries by 12pm on Friday to have a chance of being included on our special map graphic.

List of Broadcasters

SuperSport - Sub Saharan Africa
Charlton - Israel
TV2 - Norway
Sky TV - New Zealand
ESPN Brasil - Brazil
Sportdigital - Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Viasat - Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Bulgaria
365 Media - Iceland
Ziggo Sport - Netherlands
Sky Italia - Italy
Sportklub - Balkans
Fox Sports Africa - Sub-Saharan Africa
Eleven Sports Network - Poland
beIN Sports - MENA
beIN Sports - USA
beIN Sports - Australia
Ten Sports - Indian Subcontinent
Skynet - Myanmar
LETV - China
TDM - Macau


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