“Prawit” congratulates Thai people watched all 64 World Cup games and thanks to all sectors.

“Big Fort” General Prawit Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister Congratulations to the Thai people of the whole country who will be able to watch the 2022 World Cup for free in all 64 games. Appreciate Sports Authority of Thailand. Excellent coordination and thanks to Khunying Pattama Leesawattrakul IOC Members, including the NBTC and the private sector who support everything to be successful.

On November 17, 2022, Lt. revealed. Gen. Patchasak Patirupanon, assistant spokesman for the Deputy Prime Minister, that Get to know the trend of Thai football fans throughout the country. feeling very satisfied and joyful To watch live coverage of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, complete all 64 matches on time through free TV between November 20 and December 18, 2022, along with football fans from countries others around the world, as a result of Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the National Olympic Committee of Thailand Gave the policy to SAT (Dr. Kongsak Yodmanee, SAT Governor) to coordinate with the representatives of the International Football Federation or FIFA (FIFA) until it was reached today’s decision.

For that deal, the total budget for copyrights including taxes is 1,400 million baht after negotiation. Can save the budget to 200 million baht (from the original copyright 1,600 million baht), which has been supported by the NBTC budget and the Thai private sector Provide support as well as the TAS has already presented the news.

General Prawit congratulated the Thai people throughout the country who are waiting for the opportunity. to watch live broadcasts of the 2022 World Cup through free TV channels this time and thanked SAT for being able to coordinate efficiently and deliver He also thanked the NBTC and the private sector for supporting the budget. The cost of the rights to broadcast the live broadcast of the 2022 World Cup this time, including thanks to Khunying Pattama Leesawattrakul. (IOC member) who helped coordinate with the President of the International Football Federation (FIFA) until it was successful.