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Pacific Service To Distribute Phoenix/Galaxy Game

New Zealand's Pacific Service has secured the rights and will distribute the exhibition match between Wellington Phoenix FC and the LA Galaxy featuring David Beckham.

The big event will screen LIVE to all participating Pacific broadcasters direct from Wellington, New Zealand, from 7pm on Saturday 1st December 2007*.

Manager of TVNZ's Pacific Service, Ric Carlyon says "this unique broadcast offers football fans, indeed all sports lovers throughout the region, an opportunity to see Beckham Down Under, a special occasion with one of the world's football superstars in action. We saw during the very recent International at Wembley that he's lost none of his magic touch. We are pleased to offer to the whole of the Pacific more exclusive moments the class act of Beckham playing in Wellington".

Join the sell-out crowd at Westpac Stadium, LIVE, when Pacific Service distributes coverage from Host Broadcaster, TVNZ.

TV ONE will be broadcasting the match live, with a simulcast at

Beckham down under : LA Galaxy versus Wellington Phoenix FC
Saturday 1 December, at 7pm* LIVE, the action as it happens, on Pacific Service stay with us after ONE News.

*New Zealand Time
NOTE: (7pm Saturday 1 December New Zealand time = 0600 Saturday 1 December GMT)


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