Fox Sports (Brazil)

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Fox Sports
Launched February 5, 2012
Fox Sports 2:
January 24, 2014
Owned by Fox Latin American Channels (21st Century Fox)
Picture format 480i 16:9 (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Slogan Torcemos juntos
("We cheer together")
Headquarters Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Nossa TV Channel 36
Oi TV Channel 163 (HD)
Vivo TV (satellite) Channel 465
CTBC TV Channel 465
GVT TV Channel 53 (HD)
SKY Channel 27
Channel 227 (HD)
Claro TV Channel 50
Channel 550 (HD)
NET Channel 73
Channel 573 (HD)
TVN Channel 88
Channel 488 (HD)
Cabo Telecom Channel 205
Channel 811 (HD)
TCM Channel 58
TV Alphaville Channel 151
RCA Channel 54
BVCI Channel 66
Vivo TV (cable/fiber) Channel 50
Channel 350 (HD)
VerTV Channel 97
TCC Channel 54

Fox Sports Brasil or Fox Sports 1 is a Brazilian sports channel launched on February 5, 2012. A second channel, Fox Sports 2 was launched on January 24, 2014.

Programming rights[edit]


Futebol de 7

  • Mundialito de Seleções de Futebol 7
  • Mundialito de Futebol 7 de Clubes
  • Desafio Internacional de Futebol 7



Martials Arts[edit]

Beach Soccer[edit]



FIFA World Cup[edit]

Olympic Games[edit]

Programs broadcast by Fox Sports Brazil[edit]

  • A Última Palavra (FS1)
  • Fox Sports Show (FS1)
  • Central Fox (FS1)
  • Central Fox de Primeira (FS1)
  • FOX Sports Rádio (FS2 from 2014)
  • O Melhor do Fox Sports (FS2 from 2014)

Announcers from Fox Sports Brazil[edit]

Play by Play Announcers[edit]

Play from Barclays Premier League and Serie A TIM)

  • Hamilton Rodrigues (Third Play py Play in Soccer and Lap by Lap in Motor Sports)
  • Gustavo Villani (Four Play by Play)
  • Decimar Leite (Fifth Play by Play)

Color Analysts[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]