Bing is excited to announce that it will be sponsoring the 2018 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
This will be the fifteenth time the FIFA Women will participate in the FIFA World Women’s Championship and the third time in the past four years.
It will be Bing’s fourth World Cup sponsorship and will bring the total to 27.
Bing is pleased to partner with the World Cup to bring the best in the world to fans in more than 20 countries around the world.
It is also the fifeenth time Bing will be supporting the FIFA Men’s World Championship and will be providing the world’s leading social media and video content to fans across all platforms including mobile, tablet and desktop.
The World Cup will take place on the sidelines of the 2018 World Cup in Brazil from June 5 to June 10, 2018.
The 2018 FIFA Womens World Cup takes place from June 1 to June 4 in Qatar.
Bing’s new sponsorship with FIFA will bring Bing to more than 100 million fans across more than 170 countries.
“We are thrilled to be able to partner once again with Bing to help bring the biggest and best brands and content to the world,” said Steve D’Amico, CEO of Bing.
“This year, we’re excited to add Bing to our platform, bringing the best of social media to fans everywhere and adding to our partnership with FIFA to offer fans a complete package of social, media and game-related content from across the globe.”
With a strong fan base in the United States and around the globe, we look forward to working with Bing and bringing our incredible content to people everywhere,” said Mike Brown, CEO, Bing.
Bing also will partner with U.S. Soccer and the U.K. Premier League to provide a range of exclusive content.
The Bing World Cup is one of the most anticipated sports events of the year and we can’t wait to see the excitement of fans around the World as they come together for the competition. “
Our goal for this partnership is to help fans in over 30 countries get the best and most unique content, which includes live, on-demand streaming, video content, social media posts, exclusive live events, and more,” said Bing.
The Bing World Cup is one of the most anticipated sports events of the year and we can’t wait to see the excitement of fans around the World as they come together for the competition.
Bing and FIFA will continue to provide exclusive content and content updates for fans around all the World Cups.
In addition, Bing will host its first World Cup Finals and the first Women’s Final, with a new, exclusive, live, live-streamed, video and social experience that will feature all the highlights from the matches.
The 2019 FIFA Women World Cup kicks off on June 4, 2019 in Qatar and will conclude on June 12 in Mexico City.
“Fans around the U, Europe and North America will be able stream all the matches on Bing, with more than 500 live, online and on-site events and games from across North America and the globe,” said Dan Zagorin, President of Bing’s U.L. Brands.
“The 2018 FIFA Men World Cup kicked off in Mexico on May 15 and will finish on June 6.
The FIFA Women Women’s Confederations Cup kicks-off in Canada on June 1 and will continue through the Women’s European Championships in June.”
Bing’s partners include: American Express, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Disney, FedEx, General Motors, HSBC, IBM, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Nike, Pizza Hut, Pizza Express, RadioShack, Sears, Suncorp, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
Bing has also partnered with UBS, Citigroup, Citronera, and Visa to create an interactive experience for fans and to provide additional ways for fans to connect with their favorite teams and players.
Bing supports the FIFA U-17 Women’s National Team and U-19 Women’s U-21 National Team through the UBS Women’s Goal of the Year.
Bing brings world-class digital, social and media solutions to support fans in their pursuit of the best experiences possible.
For more information about the 2018 Women’s FIFA World Series, visit bing.com/fifa.
For information about Bing’s global digital initiatives, visit Bing.com.