World Cup: 17 more CCs to screen matches 'live'

World Cup: 17 more CCs to screen matches 'live'
The World Cup 2014 kicked off to a turnout of approximately 600 football fanatics at Tampines West CC to catch the game live between defending champions Spain and Netherlands, a repeat of 2010’s World Cup final.

SINGAPORE - Since the 'live' screening of the opening match on June 13 at 40 Community Clubs(CCs), more than 250,000 residents have caught the screenings of World Cup matches.

The People's Association (PA), with the support of Singapore Pools and SingTel, will now increase the number of CCs screening matches to a total of 57.

The additional CCs are Changi Simei CC, Clementi CC, Hwi Yoh CC, Jurong Spring CC, Kaki Bukit CC, Kampong Chai Chee CC, Kim Seng CC, Nanyang CC, Pek Kio CC, Queenstown CC, Siglap CC, Taman Jurong CC, Tampines East CC, Tanjong Pagar CC, Toa Payoh East CC, Ulu Pandan CC and Yew Tee CC.

Residents can contact the respective CCs directly for the latest match screening schedules or visit www.pa.gov.sg.

natlim@sph.com.sg

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