Get into Football Fever with Deezer’s soundtrack to the World Cup

With the football World Cup just days away Deezer are giving footie fans the perfect streaming compliment to the world’s biggest sporting event after the Olympics.

The Football World Cup starts this Thursday and fans around the globe are donning their country’s shirts, busting out the rattle clackers, and greasing up their vuvuzelas. Music streaming service Deezer are getting in on the festivities with a playlist they reckon with be the perfect accompaniment to the international celebration of kicking balls.

Deezer have launched a series of playlists called ‘Football Fever’. There are 32 playlists for each country taking part in the World Cup and each country’s playlist has been curated by artists from that country. The English playlist has Kasabian selecting the picks, Zara Larsson has got Sweden covered, and many more for each country.

Deezer’s global vice president of artist marketing, Sulinna Ong says: “We’re excited to have great musicians like Kasabian, Zara Larsson, Niska, Paul Kalkbrenner, and DaVido showcasing their own favourite artists from each of their countries to give our football-loving users the perfect soundtrack to the World Cup this summer.”

You can head to Deezer and get into Football Fever now until the 16th July when the World Cup is over. So crack open up some cold brews and get ready for the football season with the hits made for your country’s team – if that’s your sort of thing.

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