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Heineken viewing centres reopen as Chelsea, Lille, Juventus, Villarreal go to war

By Guardian Nigeria
22 February 2022   |   2:45 am
Top quality football will be displayed today at the Heineken viewing centres across the country when the UEFA Champions League hold in London and Turin this evening.

Chelsea’s players celebrate with their trophy after winning the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup final football match against Brazil’s Palmeiras at Mohammed Bin Zayed stadium in Abu Dhabi, on February 12, 2022. (Photo by Giuseppe CACACE / AFP)

Top-quality football will be displayed today at the Heineken viewing centres across the country when the UEFA Champions League is held in London and Turin this evening.

Heineken, yesterday, said it had stepped up its drive in making the UEFA Champions League more entertaining and enjoyable for its loyal consumers and teeming football fans alike.

The brand, which is the official partner of the world’s most prestigious club football competition, is setting up viewing centres across Nigeria in its bid to add even more glamour to the Champions League viewing experience.

In today’s Champions League matches, Chelsea will host French side, Lille, while Villarreal is expected to entertain Juventus.

Fans will be enjoying these unique premium-viewing experiences in Lagos, Abuja, Warri, Enugu and Port Harcourt.

Now in its crucial knockout phase, even more people across the globe are fixated on watching Europe’s best teams rub shoulders in the prestigious Champions League.

Beyond the exquisite football action across Europe’s biggest arenas, fans will be treated to half-time entertainment from A-list artists like FireBoy DML, Davido and Ayra Star. 

Speaking on the announcement, Senior Brand Manager, Heineken, Chinwe GregEgu, said: “Nigerians are very passionate about football and over the years, we have provided this unique platform every season to bring the best of the excitement of the competition to our numerous consumers and football lovers.

“Heineken as the official sponsors of the UEFA Champions League, we are always delighted at bringing the matches closer to Nigerians with these premium match viewing centres. We have a lot of exciting things lined up for this season’s campaign and we can’t wait to really bring all of it to life.”