Logo of Phnom Penh Post newspaper Phnom Penh Post - All Euro 2016 matches to be shown free on CBS



All Euro 2016 matches to be shown free on CBS

Content image - Phnom Penh Post

All Euro 2016 matches to be shown free on CBS

Cambodia’s football fans will be able to catch all the action of upcoming European Championships after the Cambodian Broadcasting Service secured the rights to show every game at the summer’s sporting spectacular.

Every match will be shown live free-to-air across the broadcaster’s three channels – CTN, MyTV and CNC. The scheduling is yet be announced.

To celebrate the news, CBS, with its sponsor Smart, is holding an SMS competition to send one lucky fan, together with his favourite Cambodian football star, to watch the opening match, France v Romania, at the Stade de France in Paris on June 10.

For the details of the contest, tune into CBS’s channels or visit CTN, MyTV and CNC Facebook pages.

MOST VIEWED

  • Hun Sen: Full country reopening to be decided in two weeks

    Prime Minister Hun Sen has announced that if the Covid-19 situation remains stable for 15 consecutive days from the end of the October 5-7 Pchum Ben public holiday, Cambodia will reopen fully, albeit in the context of Covid-19 whereby people have to adjust their lives to

  • Cambodia sets new Covid-19 quarantine rules

    The government has modified Covid-19 quarantine requirements, shortening the duration for, among others, Cambodian officials, foreign diplomats and delegations, investors and inbound travellers in general. According to an official notice signed by Minister of Health Mam Bun Heng late on October 16, quarantine length for Cambodian

  • Will Evergrande change the way Chinese developers do business in Cambodia?

    China’s property sector policy has exposed the grim financial condition of real estate developers including those operating in Cambodia, which raises questions over the viability of their projects and business going forward The dark blue netting draping over one of Yuetai Group Co Ltd’

  • Phnom Penh governor: Show Covid-19 vaccination cards, or else

    Phnom Penh municipal governor Khuong Sreng late on October 5 issued a directive requiring all people aged 18 and over and the parents of children aged 6-17 to produce Covid-19 vaccination cards when entering schools, markets, malls, marts, eateries and other business establishments that have been permitted

  • Cambodia seeks probe into 'false reports' on Hun Sen's alleged Cypriot passport

    Minister of Justice Koeut Rith on September 6 wrote a letter to his Cypriot counterpart Stephie Dracos requesting cooperation in investigating and providing the truth in relation to the "exaggerative and false allegations" that Prime Minister Hun Sen holds a Cypriot passport. In his letter, the

  • 'Pandora Papers' expose leaders' offshore millions

    More than a dozen heads of state and government, from Jordan to Azerbaijan, Kenya and the Czech Republic, have used offshore tax havens to hide assets worth hundreds of millions of dollars, according to a far-reaching new investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (