The Libertadores 2021 final duel will take place this Saturday (27th) from 4PM (MT time) in Palmeiras x Flamengo, a time that could make life difficult on Saturday for those who have social commitments such as weddings, parties . and restrict access to TV, among other unavoidable events. But there will be two options for watching the game on the internet.
One of them will be free. SBT, which has the rights to broadcast Libertadores on open TV, will reproduce the signage of its exhibition on the official website (sbt.com.br) from 5 pm onwards. The broadcaster promises a pre-match starting at 3:30 p.m., speaking directly from Centenario Stadium in Montevideo, the scene of today’s decision.
Narration on SBT will be done by Teo Jose, with comments from Mauro Betting, Washington (former player, “Valent Heart”) and Nadine Bastos. The channel also announced that it would provide full coverage after the match, including the Cup Party and the results of the Libertadores champions.
The second option on the Internet is for customers. The Fox Sports pay-TV broadcast will also be streamed on Disney’s Star+ streaming service, including pre- and post-game content from ESPN.
On Fox and Star+, narration will be done by Joo Guilherme, along with comments from former player Zinho and journalist Paulo Calcade, in addition to Carlos Euginio Simon, the referee will be analyzed.
Disney Channel pre-game coverage begins at 11:30 p.m., more than five hours before the start of the Libertadores finals. ESPN’s Linha de Passe and SportsCenter will showcase the results and celebrations of the events champions. This content will also be available on Star+.
broadcast outside Brazil
The final of Libertadores 2021 will be broadcast in around 200 countries. For example, in Portugal, the paid channel Sport TV will show Palmeiras x Flamengo live.
In Italy, Spain, Germany, Austria and Switzerland, DAZN will be exclusive. In the UK, the broadcast rights belong to the BBC and LiveScore. Facebook broadcasts to European countries such as France, Northern Ireland, England, Belgium, Denmark and Norway. In the Netherlands, the alternative would be local ESPN.
In South America, outside of Brazil, Disney channels (ESPN and Fox Sports, depending on the country) share rights with Facebook.
In Mexico, the exclusivity belongs to Claro Sports. Brazilians living in the United States and Canada will broadcast on the beIN Sports channel. Canadian territory residents will still be able to watch on DAZN.
The Brazilian community in Japan will be able to follow the game Palmeiras x Flamengo on Nippon TV. In China, CCTV owns the rights to Libertadores. Who broadcasts Facebook in South Korea. Countries such as Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates will play through BeIN Sports, which also has rights in Australia and New Zealand.
On the African continent, BeIN Sports broadcasts Libertadores to countries such as Algeria, Egypt, Libya and Morocco, but in most countries the broadcast will be via Facebook.
*UOL Sports with information