Where can we watch the UEFA Super Cup in Southeast Asia?

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As the Madrid rivals get set to clash in the European curtain-raiser, Goal tells you how to catch the action from Southeast Asia....

La Liga rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid go head to head in the UEFA Super Cup in what is the traditional curtain raiser in Europe. 

As pre-season schedules come to a conclusion, the game sees the reigning Champions League winners take on the Europa League victors. 

As well as being another chance for coaches to refine their plans before the big kick-off, the match gives fans a chance to get an early glimpse of new signings and how things are shaping up.

Ahead of the encounter, Goal tells you how to watch the UEFA Super Cup 2018 LIVE for free and many more.


When is the UEFA Super Cup 2018?


Game Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid
Date Thursday, August 16
Time 3am Malaysia Time / 3am Singapore Time

The 2018 edition of the UEFA Super Cup between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid is scheduled to be played on Wednesday, August 15.

The game will kick off at 10pm (Wednesday) local time, which translates to 3am (Thursday) in Malaysia and Singapore. 


Watching the UEFA Super Cup in South East Asia


Goal, as official digital broadcaster in SouthEast Asia, will be live streaming the UEFA Super Cup game to its users. The match is being streamed free of charge to Goal users from 3am Singapore Time on August 16th (Thursday) in the following countries: 

Country Stream
Malaysia Click Here
Singapore Click Here
Cambodia Click Here
Laos Click Here
Brunei Click Here
Taiwan Click Here
Philippines Click Here
Thailand Click Here
 

Where is the UEFA Super Cup 2018 being held?


A Le Coq Arena Lillekula Stadium Tallinn Estonia 2017

Estonia will host the 2018 edition of the UEFA Super Cup, marking the first ever time a European club final has been held in the country.

Lillekula Stadium , or A. Le Coq Arena , in the capital city of Tallinn, will be the venue for the game. 

The ground, which was first opened in 2001 and has a capacity of roughly 15,000, is home to the Estonia national team and Meistriliiga side Flora Tallinn.

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