Watch J.LEAGUE live, at a great value, only on AIS PLAY! First match February 23 [PR]

SIAMSPORT teams up with AIS to bring the best action straight from the sidelines and onto the screen for football fans to watch live. And cheer on the Thai players on the J.LEAGUE stage, all 152 matches, complete with highlights and rebroadcast throughout the 2024 season, now on AIS PLAY, the SIAMSPORT channel, starting with the first match on 23 February 2024, only for AIS customers.

Siam Sport Digital Media Company Limited, the holder of the live broadcast rights for J-League football. Japan Professional Football League officially cooperated with Advanced Info Service Public Company Limited or AIS ready to serve the enjoyment of 'Meiji Yasuda J1 League', the highest quality football league in Asia. So Thai football fans can watch 152 live matches every week throughout the 2024 season, glued to the screen, cheering anywhere, anytime through AIS PLAY on SIAMSPORT channel only! Just apply for the package and see as follows.

– Price 599 baht to watch throughout the 2024 season (152 matches)– Price is 69 baht for monthly viewing

You can apply for the package from 22 February 2024 onwards for AIS customers only, and there will also be highlights and replays throughout the season for AIS customers to watch as well. “Meiji Yasuda J1 League” 2024 season, a Japanese football competition that Thai people should not miss!

The intensity of the game

The J.LEAGUE professional football competition has a new league structure, as the 2024 J.League 1 season will feature 20 teams competing and 3 teams will be relegated to play in the second tier, increasing the intensity of the competition. In addition, the gameplay is methodical. Combined with the unique skills of the players it makes every match fun to watch and exciting. Therefore, it is not strange for the runner-up team to fall to eighth place, and the team that escapes relegation becomes the champion! Anything can happen in the J-League football arena. This season, whether Japanese billionaire Vissel Kobe's team will win their second championship or not, all sports fans are coming together to cheer.

Cheer on Thai players in the Samurai Zone

After seniors like “Moi” Tirasil Dangda, “M” Teraton Boonmathan and “Jai” Chanathip Songkrasin showed the potential of Thai players to Japanese football fans. It's time for the younger generation like Chick and Puk, the young footballers of the War Elephants, to show their skills for Japan's fans to see. Join us in sending cheers to 'Chick' Savuchok Sarachat, the Thai national striker for Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo, who has made history as a Thai player on the J-League stage with the highest levels. After last season the Thai Army midfielder scored 7 goals for the Northern Owls, ranking third in the club* (*Takuro Kaneko scored 8 goals, at the end of the first leg)

As for the latest player to play football in the land of the rising sun, POC Ekanet Banya, the attacking midfielder for Urawa Red Diamonds, is struggling hard against the obstacles to his professional football career abroad. In order to gain the trust of Matthias Hoekmoy, the new Norwegian coach. Come and join in sending encouragement to players from Phaya Mengrai to play like real players. He was the first ASEAN player to score a goal in the J-League while wearing a “Red Devils of Asia” shirt.

Thai football fans who love football can watch J.LEAGUE via AIS PLAY on SIAMSPORT channel, just apply for the package from 22 February 2024 onwards, only for AIS customers and can follow the different movements. From Japan Professional Soccer League Get all SIAMSPORT channels

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