Rakuten TV launches DAZN Womens football channel with FAST – Streaming platform Rakuten TV is launching a new football FAST channel, DAZN Women’s Football, for football fans to enjoy all the excitement of the game they love. This will be coinciding with the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

DAZN Women’s Football Fast channel will give fans front row seats to the very best action in women’s football. This includes live UEFA Women’s Champions League (UWCL) and Liga F games, behind-the-scenes access. It also highlights packages celebrating the biggest teams and players in women’s football. It will also air premium non-live formats, such as One Team, One Dream. This is a six-part full-length documentary series telling the behind-the-scenes story of Chelsea Women between 2019 and 2021. Featuring coach Emma Hayes and star players such as Sam Kerr, amongst others.

The channel will be available in UK, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Macedonia, Malta, Greece, Cyprus, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.

According to Rakuten, the launch of this new channel marks another milestone in their support for sports and inclusion. Thereby offering viewers unique and compelling content free of charge. The platform has always offered its viewers empowerment and diversity stories related to football through Rakuten Originals. Essentially these documentaries reflect the company’s DNA.

DAZN Women’s Football FAST channel will be available for streaming on the Rakuten TV app across all devices. Rakuten TV’s FAST channels line-up and AVoD section have experienced remarkable growth. Providing a motivating factor the streamer to explore content acquisition opportunities to operate its own channels tailored and localised to specific territories.

Rakuten TV is currently available in 43 European territories. Furthermore, it also reaches more than 140 million households via its branded remote-control button and pre-installed app in Smart TV devices.

News Source: Advanced Television