SporTV

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SporTV
SporTV 2017 logo.svg
CountryBrazil
Broadcast areaBrazil
United States
SloganSomos todos campeões
("We are all champions")
HeadquartersRio de Janeiro
Programming
Language(s)Portuguese
Picture format1080i HDTV
(Downgraded to 16:9 480i for SDTV sets)
Ownership
OwnerCanais Globo (Grupo Globo)
History
LaunchedSporTV:
19 October 1991
SporTV 2:
December 2003
SporTV 3:
1 October 2011
ReplacedPFC Internacional (United States)
Former namesTopSport (1991–1995)
Links
Websitegloboesporte.globo.com/sportv
Availability
Cable
Claro TVChannel 37 (3 SD)
Channel 38 (2 SD)
Channel 39 (SD)
Channel 537 (3 HD)
Channel 538 (2 HD)
Channel 539 (HD)
Vivo TVChannel 37 (3 HD)
Channel 38 (2 HD)
Channel 39 (HD)
Oi TVChannel 37 (3 HD)
Channel 38 (2 HD)
Channel 39 (HD)
Satellite
SKYChannel 37 (3 SD)
Channel 38 (2 SD)
Channel 39 (SD)
Channel 437 (3 HD)
Channel 438 (2 HD)
Channel 439 (HD)
Claro TVChannel 37 (3 SD)
Channel 38 (2 SD)
Channel 39 (SD)
Channel 537 (3 HD)
Channel 538 (2 HD)
Channel 539 (HD)
Vivo TVChannel 537 (3 HD)
Channel 538 (2 HD)
Channel 539 (HD)
Oi TVChannel 37 (3 HD)
Channel 38 (2 HD)
Channel 39 (HD)
DirecTV (USA)Channel 2135 (SD)
Streaming media
Canais GloboWatch Live
GloboplayWatch Live

SporTV is a Brazilian pay television sports network owned by Canais Globo, part of Grupo Globo, launched in 1991. It is the most watched sports network in Brazil.

On January 18, 2013, were launched High-definition simulcasts of SporTV and SporTV 2. Before that, select events were broadcast in HD on sister channel Globosat HD (now Mais). In 2013, SporTV was the 3rd most watched channel on Brazilian pay television, the first among sports channels. SporTV 2 was the 19th, and SporTV 3 was the 39th most watched channel.

SporTV significant programming rights[edit]

Summer Olympic Games[edit]

Winter Olympic Games[edit]

Paralympic Games[edit]

FIFA World Cup[edit]

Association Football[edit]

Auto Racing[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Clubs

Beach Soccer[edit]

Futsal[edit]

Clubs

Gymnastics[edit]

Handball[edit]

Judo[edit]

MMA - Mixed Martial Arts[edit]

Tennis[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Clubs

Beach Volleyball

Winter Sports[edit]

Alpine skiing

Biathlon

Bobsleigh and skeleton

Curling

Figure skating

Ice Hockey

Nordic skiing

Snowboarding

Other major events[edit]

Special events[edit]

Programs broadcast by SporTV[edit]

  • Baú do Esporte
  • Bem, Amigos!
  • Boleiragem
  • Esporte Espetacular
  • Giro da Rodada
  • Globo Esporte Brasil
  • Grande Círculo
  • Inside Serie A
  • NBA Action
  • NBA Inside Stuff
  • Redação SporTV
  • Seleção SporTV
  • SporTV News
  • Tá na Área
  • Troca de Passes

Team from SporTV[edit]

Apresentadores[edit]

  • André Rizek
  • Carlos Cereto
  • Cleber Machado
  • Galvão Bueno
  • Janaína Xavier
  • Luis Roberto
  • Marcelo Barreto
  • Karine Alves

Narradores[edit]

  • André Azevedo
  • Bernardo Edler
  • Bruno Souza
  • Bruno Fonseca
  • Cláudio Uchôa
  • Clayton Carvalho
  • Daniel Pereira
  • Eduardo Moreno
  • Eusébio Resende
  • Everaldo Marques
  • Gustavo Villani
  • Henrique Guidi
  • Jota Junior
  • Jaime Junior
  • Jader Rocha
  • Júlio Oliveira
  • Luiz Carlos Junior
  • Luiz Felipe Prota
  • Linhares Junior
  • Márcio Meneghini
  • Milton Leite
  • Odinei Ribeiro
  • Rembrandt Junior
  • Renata Silveira
  • Rhoodes Lima
  • Rodrigo Raposo
  • Rogério Corrêia
  • Sergio Arenillas
  • Thiago Mastroianni

Color Analysts[edit]

Football[edit]

Other Sports[edit]

  • Domingos Venâncio (Tennis)
  • Ricardo Acioly (Tennis)
  • Narck Rodrigues (Tennis)
  • Rafael Lopes (Motor Sports)
  • Marco Freitas (Volleyball)
  • Fabi (Volleyball)
  • Carlão (Volleyball)
  • Nalbert (Volleyball)
  • Luis Brito (Rugby)
  • Robson da Silva (Athletics)
  • Lauter Nogueira (Athletics)
  • Luciano Andrade (Mixed Marcial Arts)
  • Carlão Barretto (Mixed Marcial Arts)
  • Marcelo Alonso (Mixed Marcial Arts)
  • Daniel Fucs (Boxing)
  • Flávio Canto (Judo)
  • Daniela Polzin (Judo)
  • Rodrigo Alves (Basketball)
  • Marcelinho Machado (Basketball)
  • Hortência (Basketball)
  • Alexandre Pussieldi (Swimming)
  • Daiane dos Santos (Gymnastic)
  • André Spinola (Winter Sports)

See also[edit]

External links[edit]