Adelaide United is excited to officially announced CubeGoal as the Club’s new Chinese Sports and Media Partner for the 2016/17 season.
CubeGoal, the app created by Cubee Technology, is the world’s largest football pre-match information platform, providing statistics and data analytics to their users and media clients across Asia.
Through Adelaide United’s deal with CubeGoal, the latter will benefit from exclusive behind-the-scenes Reds video content that will air for their Chinese users, including insights into training and exclusive interviews with players and coaches.
CubeGoal is a global hub for football news and data, collaborating with analysis from more than 400 journalists and sports betting experts across the world. The app also provides meticulously-collated pre-match data for more than 450 competitions and 60,000 matches each year, with the A-League enjoying growing popularity among their users.
Adelaide United Chief Executive Officer, Grant Mayer, said the Club is excited to have joined forces with a leading sports data company like Cubee Technology.
“From our perspective, it is an exciting step for us to have linked up with CubeGoal,” Mayer said.
“They’re China’s leading sports data service and we can see this benefitting our Club for many years to come.
“With our squad securing AFC Champions League football, there’s never been a better time to further our reach into Asia and CubeGoal is a great way for us to do so.”
Yu Jingyi, Vice-President of Cubee Technology, is also enthusiastic about the new partnership. “We are delighted to be working with the A-League Champions,” she said.
“This partnership shows our strong commitment to promoting the A-League in China, where we see great potential for growth. We hope that Cubee can be a bridge between Australian football and the growing Chinese football fan-base.
“CubeGoal’s services reach tens of millions of users so as well as providing our users with great content, this partnership will increase the exposure of Adelaide United in China and hopefully also convert some of them into new Reds fans.”