Since it entered football in 2006, Hublot has timed dozens of domestic, European and international football competitions. The company was the first Swiss watch brand and first luxury brand to get involved in football and the first Swiss watch brand to create a luxury connected football watch for the 2018 FIFA Football World Cup in Russia.
Hublot introduces the Big Bang e UEFA Champions League and a Hublot Loves Football UEFA Champions League app to step up the game on their football markets. The new watch is based on the Hublot Big Bang e connected watch launched earlier this year, with several additional features enrich the UEFA Champions League Fan experience.
The 500-piece limited edition’s lightweight ceramic case and rubber bracelet are both in UEFA Champions League core blue. Owners will have various dials to choose from, downloadable from the Hublot Store.
There are blue digital and analog options and a special color dial that it can customize to match one of the participating team’s kit colors. The watch is powered by Wear OS by Google and comes loaded with the new Hublot Loves Football UEFA Champions League app.
The user will get notifications to alert them to kick-off times (15 minutes before the game starts), goals, penalties, substitutions, yellow and red cards and time added on. The app will also show team line-ups and VAR decisions, and then when it signals that the game is over, it will also begin a countdown to the next fixture.
If there are two games taking place simultaneously, users will be able to switch between them with a simple screen tap. The app will also be available to existing owners of the Hublot Big Bang e. Hublot will also be equipping UEFA Champions League referees with a special version of the watch, which will not be commercially available.
Cast in a super-lightweight composite; it will be even lighter than the ceramic version. It will also have additional technology designed to help the referee, including goal-line technology that signals to the referee when the whole of the ball has crossed the whole of the line. This means that even in a crowded penalty area, there is no doubt about whether a goal has been scored or not.