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Excitement for soccer fans as El Clásico arrives Lagos  

Come Sunday, 1st March, one of the most important games in the world is played: the Spanish El Clásico, in which Real Madrid and FC Barcelona face each other.

Within the framework of this event, LaLiga and SuperSport organises a viewing of the game in Lagos, in which fans will be able to live in a unique way El Clásico, through a free entry event open to the public.

LaLiga and SuperSport presents the public view of El Clásico in Landmark Beach with different entertainment activities for all ages, pre-show ceremony and DJ.

In addition to being able to see on a giant screen players like Messi or Griezmann face Sergio Ramos or Benzema, attendees can enjoy different interactive activities, food and drinks during the event. Also, a space has been established in which attendees can take pictures with all the official shirts of the Spanish competition.

LaLiga Legend and former Real Madrid and FC Barcelona player Samuel Eto’o will participate in the event. LaLiga Ambasador Eto’o will actively interact with the public and tell their experiences in a match as important as El Clásico.

“This view for El Clásico fans is part of LaLiga’s internationalisation strategy to be closer and closer to its fans. From the Nigeria Office of LaLiga we want to continue developing actions and activations to help our competition and its clubs to grow in this market,” said Guillermo Pérez, Delegate of LaLiga in Nigeria.

“El Clasico is one of those special events that we look forward to every time; we’re delighted to tap into the energy and excitement of our subscribers on DStv & GOtv that enjoy the game Live & in HD. La Liga is one of our sports offerings we are very proud of at MultiChoice, and we look forward to connecting with fans at this event.” said Martin Mabutho, Chief Customer Officer MultiChoice Nigeria.

 

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