Brazilian football back on TV in the UK

February 18, 2011 at 10:42 8 comments

São Paulo have put an €80 million price tag on Lucas Moura. Is he worth it? Find out for yourself by tuning in to our games

In case you missed the news, Premier Sports TV is now covering our games from the Campeonato Paulista, and later this year, the Campeonato Brasileiro. The channel is also showing our weekly magazine show, FootBrazil.
Upcoming fixtures include: (kick offs all local time)

11th round: 5 March– 1830 – Palmeiras x Santo André
No game on Sunday because of the carnival

13th round: 12 March – 1830 – Palmeiras x São Bernardo
13 March – 16h00 – Mirassol x Corinthians

14th round: 19 March – 1830 – Bragantino x Santos
20 March – 1600 – São Caetano x Palmeiras

16th round: 26 March – 1830 – Palmeiras x Bragantino
27 March – 1600 – São Paulo x Corinthians

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8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. amilcar lewis  |  February 19, 2011 at 12:32

    Jon will you guys still be on GOL TV right cause in Jamaica we love you guys!!!!

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    • 2. pitacodogringo  |  February 19, 2011 at 13:21

      thanks! compliments always welcome. haha

      we’re still on GolTV – they’ve got the Corinthians x Santos match tomorrow

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  • 3. Jr.  |  February 21, 2011 at 16:54

    It is a matter of time before Brazilian football becomes as global as the Premier League. A lot of money flowing in.

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  • 4. Daniel  |  February 22, 2011 at 09:14

    Thats a long time though, great news all the same.

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  • 5. Jr.  |  February 22, 2011 at 21:22

    True, but a while ago I don’t think anyone would have predicted the league to be where its at today. Give us 10 years! we might not be there (where the premier league is) be we will have come a long way

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    • 6. pitacodogringo  |  February 23, 2011 at 18:29

      things certainly look promising. money and stars coming in. new stadiums on their way (eventually) – but let’s see what happens now Corinthians, Fla, Flu, Vasco & Botafogo have split from the Clube dos 13 – hope we can avoid another Campeonato João Havelange type scenario

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      • 7. Jr.  |  February 24, 2011 at 21:15

        Yea, especially now that Brazilian football seems to be organizing itself, we certainly don’t want to see more chaos like 2000. I’m not a fan of the split, which I believe will harm the little teams, however I was looking at the proposed distribution and I have to agree with Corinthians and Flamengo. being as massive as they are they deserve a slightly bigger cut of the cheese. (not a flamengo or corinthains fan by the way). I have a hunch corinthians will be returning to the C13. not sure about the rio teams. maybe all of this can somehow lead the league to breaking away from CBF like the Premier League did from the FA. Liga Brasileira de Futebol has a nice ring to it 🙂

  • 8. Martin  |  February 25, 2011 at 18:28

    Is it final that Corinthians and the Rio clubs have broken away from the Group of 13? I ask because I read that the Group of 13 asked the TV networks in Brazil to make bids for televising the Group of 13’s clubs games. Is that bid for televising the remaining 8 clubs or for all of them, including Corinthians and the Rio teams?

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The man who came up with: Messi carrying Argentina. Neymar carrying Brazil. British Airways carrying England. My name is Jon Cotterill. I am an English football commentator for TV Globo in São Paulo, Brazil. Currently we're broadcasting two live Campeonato Brasileiro or Campeonato Paulista games per week plus our magazine show, Footbrazil to 180 countries. + Eu trabalho como narrador na TV Globo em São Paulo, Brasil. Atualmente, nos transmitimos dois jogos ao vivo do Campeonato Brasileiro ou Campeonato Paulista por semana e nosso programa de futebol semanal, Footbrazil.

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