12 February 2013

Nigeria: Heineken Champions Planet Returns With UEFA Champions League

Ahead of the knock out stage of the UEFA Champions League which resumes across prominent stadiums in Europe, Heineken has lined up a series of activities to thrill its consumers and visitors of the Heineken Champions Planet.

The Heineken Champions Planet located in Victoria Island, Lagos has been converted to the ultimate football fantasy with the top of the range football gaming technology in a premium viewing atmosphere. As the house opens Tuesday night, visitors can expect to take away memories of Epic football viewing experience. As usual, all the matches of the knockout stage through to the final match of May 25 will be shown live.

"Our consumers and visitors deserve the best and we intend to continue with raise the bar by immersing our consumers in an environment where they can enjoy both their passion for football and Ice cold Heineken Lager Beer" the Senior Brand Manager Heineken, Jacqueline van Faassen disclosed.

In addition to the new look of the Heineken Champions Planet, there will be a press conference tomorrow evening, where the Marketing Director Nigerian Breweries Plc, Mr. Walter Drenth will reveal the plans for this year's brand activities.

The Star Player dual screening game will continue to be a part of the thrills that Heineken introduce to amplify the excitement of live match viewing of the UEFA Champions league football tournament at the Heineken Champions Planet. Many football lovers are encouraged to download the Star Player app on Iphone and Android.

The Heineken brand in Nigeria has for the past six years given Nigerian football fans an opportunity to watch and experience the UEFA Champions league in a premium viewing environment.

The Heineken Champions Planet experience provides a relaxing ambience for consumers and visitors to enjoy the game with captains of industry, legends of the game and celebrities in the entertainment industry.

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