SuperSport rolled out a galaxy of football idols who will be analysing matches for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, starting in June.
Manchester United superstar Ryan Giggs, former World Cup winner Marcel Desailly of France, English legend John Barnes and former Spanish star Gaizka Mendieta are among the big-name football personalities who will be analysing matches for SuperSport.
They will be joined by Sammy Kuffour (Ghana), Jay Jay Okocha and Sunday Oliseh (Nigeria) Shaun Bartlett, Andre Arendse, Andy Townsend, Neil Tovey, Ernst Middendorp, Ruud Krol, Stuart Baxter, Gavin Hunt and Doctor Khumalo (South Africa).
The Maximo (Portuguese) channel headliners are Oliveira Gonçalves, former head coach of the Angolan national team, Bernardino Pedroto, winner of five national championships, and former international José Luís Vidigal.
Reflecting its Pan-African interests, SuperSport will have dedicated crews following African powerhouses Ghana and Nigeria. SuperSport will also follow Portugal and Brazil in this fashion; ensuring viewers get the very latest news from the playing camps.
SuperSport has invested in the best technology to ensure that viewers get the best digital quality picture on and off the field.
For the first time, the World of Champions’ presentation will include augmented reality, utilising the latest technology. Using high-end graphics, SuperSport will take viewers into 3-D representations of all stadiums, enabling experts to analyse the game like never before. This is the first time this technology will be used on the continent.
For the best digital World Cup coverage make sure you are switched on to SuperSport Select on GOtv from 12th June.