“For partially-sighted and blind fans to enjoy the full experience at a football stadium, they need to understand what is happening on the pitch and all around the ground. The commentary, which is for free to all user will be done in Portuguese by commentators who were trained to describe each match in great detail to paint a vivid picture of the stadium and the live match experience. fifa 16 account Bring your own headphones and a personal, small, portable FM radio or smartphone with FM receiver and tune in 10 minutes before kick-off to the frequency mentioned above. Please ensure that any device you use complies with the Stadium Code of Conduct and in particular section 4 on prohibited items.
Ten man Belgium finished third at the FIFA U-17 World Cup Chile 2015 after a hard-fought 3-2 victory against Mexico in Vina del Mar. Dennis Van Vaerenbergh opened the scoring for the Belgians before a Ricardo Marin penalty levelled matters moments later with Dante Vanzeir’s wonderful chip cancelled out by Francisco Venegas’s late leveller. Vanzeir then kept his cool in stoppage time to seal third place.
Belgium was decided to confirm their outstanding performance during the tournament, whose players dream to be part of the big national team, currently first in the FIFA world ranking. The first goal of Belgium was scored by Dennis Van Vaerenbergh, helped by Vanzier, at minute 54. But then, Mexico overcame some minutes of disorder and began to attack the rival’s goal. Ricardo Marin scored goal by penalty Mexico’s first goal at minute 58.
Croatia came from behind to defeat Group a winners Nigeria 2-1 and advance to the knockout stages of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Chile 2015. Croatia, knowing a win would be enough for them to advance to the knockout stages, started the match in Coquimbo with great determination and created a number of chances early in the match. Croatia captain Nikola Moro had a shot from around the penalty area deflect strongly off Nigeria’s brave defenders. Nigeria had their first significant chance of the match when Victor Osimhen, fifa coins after an impressive counter attack, slotted a shot past Croatia goalkeeper Adrian Semper only for it to hit the base of the goal post.
Croatia would have one more significant chance before the interval but Borna Sosa’s shot was deflected for a corner after Ejike Ikwu’s intervention. When the referee blew the whistle for half-time, Croatia had 18 attempts to Nigeria’s three, but it was the Africans who held the important advantage. There were chances for both sides towards the end and Nigeria threatened to score an equaliser in the final minutes. The stand-out moment was Croatia defender Branimir Kalaica’s last-ditch block on Samuel Chukwueze to keep his side 2-1 ahead.
“The commentary relates how the fans are reacting, the banter, the referee’s running style, and so on. These are aspects that nobody considers important, because you watch them naturally,” said Anderson Dias, chairman of Urece Esporte e Cultura para Cegos, an NGO partner of FIFA and the LOC that works on special projects for partially-sighted and blind fans. “In the commentary training session for the volunteers I heard the description of Ronaldo’s goal in the 2002 World Cup final. I heard that a shattered Oliver Kahn was left lying on the floor, while Ronaldo ran with his arms out wide in celebration. These details are lost in the TV and radio commentaries,” adds Dias, who twice won the World Cup and was a Paralympic gold medallist at the Athens 2004 Games in 5-a-side football.