MultiChoice Uganda under its DStv and GOtv has announced that they shall be broadcasting the 2018 Total African Nations Championship (CHAN) for Ugandan subscribers to enjoy and support the Uganda Cranes.
The CHAN football 2018 tournament is the true test of Africa’s strongest league putting 16 of Africa’s best teams comprised of players only in the domestic league to compete for the championship.
The Tournament starts on Saturday 12th January and will be available to both DStv and GOtv subscribers on SuperSport Channels Select 2, Select 10, SS4, SS6, SS8, SS9 and SS10.
MultiChoice Public Relations Officer Tina Wamala while addressing the media at MultiChoice head office in Kololo said that Uganda is playing in this year’s tournament which makes this tournament much more special.
There are many local talents that Uganda is going to showcase at this tournament, therefore subscribers should expect outstanding and marvelous football.
Albert Nga, GOtv Marketing Manager said, “GOtv prides itself in being the home to premium entertainment.
African and most especially Ugandan football on the International stage is one of the sports avenues we seek to promote. CHAN is one of the platforms to look out for outstanding Ugandan talent.”
DStv and GOtv subscribers will now enjoy the best of African football nurtured in the various domestic leagues on the continent as they tussle it out for football supremacy on SuperSport channels.
DStv Sales Manager Herbert Walugembe said, “We realized how important this tournament is to Ugandans most especially the domestic league fans”.
“They want to be able to see how their players play against Africa’s best at on the international stage. We seek to promote the love for local sport and talent. We encourage football enthusiasts and local league supporters to renew their subscription and be able to catch the action.
“The CHAN tournament is the platform for our boys to make a mark for greatness. So why not allow their supporters at home witness how these talents perform as they show their patriotic duty by cheering them on.”