Classic of the seventh round of the Carioca Championship, Fluminense x Vasco takes place this Tuesday (30th), at 21h35 (Brasília time). The match will be broadcast live from Record to Rio de Janeiro and 27 other regions on open TV, in addition to pay-per-view on pay TV. To watch online, the options are the streaming streams FluTV, VascoTV and Cariocão TV, which charge a subscription.
In the group stage, the games on Record will not be broadcast to the whole of Brazil. States that do not have football will continue with the normal schedule.
Fluminense x Vasco will be shown in Rio de Janeiro and in the following regions: Brasília, Salvador, Goiânia, Belém, Manaus, Cabrália, Campos, Varginha, Uberlândia, Aracaju, Teresina, Macapá, Vitória, Rondônia, Florianópolis, Itajaí, Blumenau, Joinville, Chapeco, Criciúma, Curitiba, Maringá, Londrina, Cornélio Procópio, Cascavel, Toledo and Foz do Iguaçu.
Played at the Raulino de Oliveira stadium, in Volta Redonda (RJ), the duel at Record will be presented by Mylena Ciribelli, with narration by Lucas Pereira and comments by Guttemberg Fonseca and former player Ricardo Rocha. The reports will be by Bruna Dealtry and Fábio Peixoto.
You can also follow the game online through PlayPlus, streaming from Record, for those who live in these regions. The subscription costs R $ 12.90 per month. When accessing the platform, just go to the option “On the air” and look for the live programming of Rio de Janeiro to watch the match.
Another option to watch the duel on TV is to subscribe to pay-per-view with pay-TV operators. Companies such as Claro, Net, Vivo and Sky offer Cariocão packages. The monthly fee costs R $ 49.90, and it is also possible to close the package that includes all games in the competition for R $ 129.90.
Classic carioca online
The four major clubs in Rio de Janeiro have launched their own streaming services. Fluminense has FluTV (tv.fluminense.com.br), and Vasco has VascoTV. In the matches of each team, the broadcast team is “club”, with pre-game coverage, post-game commentary and press conference.
The package offered by the two platforms has the same cost of R $ 129.90 and entitles you to follow the entire championship, including games that are not from Fluminense and Vasco; the fan can also split up to 4x R $ 32.48. The monthly fee is R $ 49.90, and individual matches can be purchased for R $ 59.90.
Another alternative is Cariocão TV. The solution is integrated with FutebolCard technology (specializing in online ticket sales), based on three types of pay-per-view subscriptions: all 78 championship games at R $ 129.90 (divided into 4 times), monthly for R $ 49.90 and, lastly, the purchase of spare parts for R $ 59.90.
Fluminense saw their three-game winning streak interrupted by the 3-2 setback over Volta Redonda last Friday (26). Tricolor carioca occupies the fifth place, with nine points, and tries to rehabilitate itself to return to the zone of classification to the knockout.
In reformulation this season, Vasco, who will dispute the Series B of the Brazilian Championship, has not yet taken off. Cruzmaltino has six points and occupies the eighth place in the table of the State.