GolTV to exclusively broadcast the World Series of Football presented by Samsung Electronics

CHICAGO - Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) is pleased to announce that GolTV has purchased the exclusive rights to produce and air three live matches from the upcoming World Series of Football presented by Samsung Electronics. Included in GolTV's World Series of Football package is the Chicago Fire's international club friendly against Italian powerhouse club A.C. Milan, taking place next Wednesday, July 27 at Soldier Field at 8:00 p.m. CT.

GolTV is the first and only television network broadcasting 100% soccer in the U.S. GolTV was officially launched in February 2003 and brings the best games from Europe and Latin America as well as complete coverage of soccer from around the world. For more information please visit www.goltv.tv.

The games can be viewed on GolTV LIVE on the following dates and times:

A.C. Milan vs. Chelsea FC - July 24, 2005

Sunday, 7:00 PM - Gillette Stadium

Foxboro, Massachusetts

A.C. Milan at Chicago Fire - July 27, 2005

Wednesday, 8:00 PM - Soldier Field

Chicago, Illinois

A.C. Milan vs. Chelsea FC - July 31, 2005

Sunday, 2:45 PM - Giants Stadium

East Rutherford, New Jersey

Delivering more than 1,500 soccer games each year from around the world, GolTV offers live games from some of the best leagues in the world with exclusive rights to games from Italy, Spain, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Bolivia and Uruguay.

GolTV also broadcasts live and live-on-tape games from Europe's UEFA Cup, Copa del Rey and International Friendly Games; World Cup qualifying matches from South America; and the UNCAF Tournament in Central America. Other programming features from GolTV include GolTV NEWS, two daily independent half hour-long wrap-up shows highlighting the latest and most important happenings in the world of soccer and Super Estadio, a daily one hour special live from Mexico City.


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