AXN goes on a 'Road Trip' this football season

MUMBAI: In a bid to broaden its programming range the action oriented AXN has announced a new programming band Road Trip. This basically celebrates major sporting and entertainment spectacles.

The initiative will kick off with a four part series on the football World Cup which kicks off on Friday in Germany. The show airs every Friday at 9 pm.

AXN Road Trip: Fifa World Cup 2006 will offer viewers a chance to get an inside glimpse of the global phenomenon that is the World Cup and all of the off-the-charts events and activities planned in and around the host cities.

The show's host Neil Cole travels across Germany in search of the stories, the people, the places that make this the epic center stage of the world's favorite sport this summer. The stakes are high as teams representing 32 countries vie for the World cup.

The show will travel across Germany to highlight all 12 host cities and will feature segments on the players and interviews with fans. It will also include qualifying moments from teams like Brazil, Germany, the Czech Republic, England and Argentina.

AXN will give viewers the chance to get up, close and personal with some of the sports great's from around the globe. The show will have insight's from veterans such as Germany's Franz Beckenbauer, Brazil's Pele, Argentina's Diego Maradona, Italy's Roberto Baggio, Holland's Marco Van Basten, and Korea's Cha Bum Keun will prepare viewers for what is to come, while reflecting on some of the greatest moments the World Cup has ever seen.

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