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Changi Airport Live Screening All FIFA World Cup Matches

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Singapores Changi Airport is live screening all the 2014 FIFA World Cup matches for passengers.

Free live screening areas in the departure transit areas have been set up across all three airport terminals so that football fans travelling from or through Changi Airport during the World Cup season need not worry about missing out on the excitement and festivities of this quadrennial affair.

Matches will be screened live on 19 large high-definition TV screens at the viewing areas. For those keen on partaking in virtual games, 10 of the latest Sony PlayStation 4 game consoles will also be made available in between matches to keep passengers entertained while waiting for their flights.

From die-hard football enthusiasts, to passengers travelling with their families, to those with time to spare during their stopover at Changi Airport, there will be something available for everyone. With a slew of on-ground entertainment and activities planned to spice up the atmosphere, we hope to provide our passengers a fun time at Changi Airport this World Cup season, said Mr Jayson Goh, Senior Vice President for Airport Operations Management at Changi Airport Group.

The screening areas, as large as 100 square metres in size, will be able to accommodate more than 120 viewers in total. On crowded nights, passengers will also be able to catch the matches live in the gatehold rooms while waiting to board their flights. 

See also: Etihad Airways to Feature All 64 World Cup Matches - Live!

CAG, FIFA, Changi, Singapore, World Cup, Football

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