ESPN hosts ESPN Grandstand this Saturday, November 3, will play host to the live HD screening of the epic clash between Barclays Premier League title contenders and eternal rivals Arsenal and Manchester United, and you’re invited. The special screening is supported by broadcast sponsor Maxis, associate broadcast sponsors MyEG, Panasonic, and Wrigley’s as well as broadcast partner Astro.
ESPN Grandstand will provide fans with an unparalleled viewing experience for arguably one of the biggest fixtures in world of football. Catch the long-standing rivalry between Sir Alex Ferguson’s winning eleven and gritty Arsene Wenger’s side this Saturday. Will Manchester United’s star transfer and ex-Arsenal striker Robin van Persie find the net once again, as he has so impressively done this season? We’ll see.
The ESPN Grandstand “Live” screening event will be hosted by none other than funny guy and football fanatic, ESS presenter JD, who is set to brings fans closer to the Old Trafford experience – the cheers, the jeers, and of course the scintillating on-pitch action.
Malaysia’s renowned rap-rock band Dragon Red, will also be performing. With festivities, fun and games galore throughout the day leading up to this pulsating match, be sure to come early to secure your prime viewing spot!
The ESPN Grandstand event is expected to draw a large audience given the local love of football and popularity of Barclays Premier League, Malaysia’s most watched football league.
Earlier this year in March, the event screened the match between Liverpool and Manchester United attracted close to 2,000 fanatical fans.
Details are as follows:
ESPN Grandstand “LIVE” Screening Event
Venue: Carpet Avenue at Encorp Strand, West Wing (Kota Damansara)
Date: 3 November, 2012
Time: 6.45pm – Pre-match activities, 8.40pm – Kick-off
Admission is Free. Early birds will receive exclusive goodie bags.
By the way, if you have dying questions to ask about this weekend’s matches or anything football related, you can tweet your questions to ESPN pundit Steve McMahon and he will try and answer your queries on Twitter. You can also ask him pre-match questions.
BTW, Steve predicts a 2-1 win to Manchester United, much attributed to the Red Devil’s home advantage. Not happy about that? Tweet ESPN at @espn_star
See you there!
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