The UEFA Champions League is back! On the day of this season’s group stage draw, Hublot proudly launched the Big Bang Collection E Champions League Smartwatch and the Hublot Hublot Love Football Champions League app.
The new models are based on the Big Bang Collection E smartwatch launched earlier this year, and add many additional features to enrich the Champions League fan experience.
The watch is limited to 500 pieces and features a lightweight ceramic case and rubber strap, both adorned in the Champions League’s iconic blue. Owners can select and download a variety of dials from the Hublot Hublot replica Hublot watches shop, including blue digital and analogue display dials, as well as special colour dials that can be customised according to the colour scheme of the participating clubs’ shirts.
The watch is powered by Wear OS by GoogleTM and comes with the new Hublot UEFA Champions League app. Users can set up notifications to receive alerts for start time (first 15 minutes), goals, penalties, substitutions, yellow and red cards, and extra time. The app also displays team line-ups and VAR (Video Assistant Referee) decisions, and starts a countdown to the next match while signalling the end of the match. If two matches are taking place at the same time, the user can switch between them with a simple tap of the screen. The app is also available to owners of Hublot’s Big Bang Series E Smartwatch.
Hublot Hublot will also equip the UEFA Champions League referees with a special edition watch, which will not be available on the market and is made of an ultra-light composite material, even lighter than the ceramic model. The special edition watch will be equipped with practical technology to assist the referee, including goal-line technology, which sends a signal to the referee when the entire ball crosses the goal line. This means that even in a crowded penalty area, the referee will be able to determine whether or not a goal has been scored.
Hublot Hublot is one of the premier luxury companies in the global football world. The company was the first Swiss watchmaking brand and the first luxury brand to get involved in football and the first to create a luxury smart football watch for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Since its entry into the football world in 2006, Hublot has provided timekeeping for many national, European and international tournaments. This season, Hublot became the official timekeeper of the English Premier League for the first time, and next year the brand will continue to provide timekeeping for the 2020 European Football Championship, which has been rescheduled due to the epidemic.