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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

Club Launch YouTube Channel

STOKE CITY today launches its official channel on the world's largest video sharing website YouTube.

It will be the best destination for free Potters video content with snippets of interviews from Mark Hughes and first team players each and every week.

There's already plenty of content to view, from the appointment of Mark Hughes and his FULL press conference unveiling, right up to the thoughts of Stephen Ireland following his deadline day arrival.

Chairman Peter Coates, Jermaine Pennant, Kenwyne Jones, Oussama Assaidi and Robbie Savage (yes, him!) also feature in what will prove to be a must-visit destination for every Stoke City supporter.

The YouTube channel is the latest addition to the Club's online news presence and will compliment the official website, Stoke City Player and social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter.

City's launch is part of the wider-agreement made between its website partner Football League Interactive (FLi) and YouTube for 85 clubs to join as football's largest network of official club channels.

The Potters will look to use the YouTube platform to showcase content available on Stoke City Player with Player remaining the destination for all full interviews and extended highlights packages, as well as live audio commentary of every game.

As part of the agreement, however, Capital One Cup highlights will be allowed to be shown and you will be able to see all the goals from the Walsall win and the upcoming game against Tranmere Rovers.

To visit Stoke City's official YouTube channel, click HERE.

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