Grêmio and Palmeiras begin to decide the Copa do Brasil this Sunday (28), at 21h. The first game of the big decision will be played in Porto Alegre (RS) and will be broadcast by Globo on open TV and SporTV and Premiere on pay TV, both for the whole of Brazil. To watch online, the options are Globoplay, Globo Channels, Premiere Play and Ge.Globo.
The match would take place at 4 pm, but it was rescheduled for 9 pm after CBF responded to a request from the Government of Rio Grande do Sul, which requested the change due to the adoption of more restrictive measures to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.
The State imposed a curfew after 8 pm and the authorities believe that if the game was played in the afternoon, there would be crowds in bars and restaurants. The new schedule changed a lot with Globo’s programming grid.
SporTV subscribers are able to follow live and online through the Canais Globo application or website or by subscribing to the Globoplay + Canais Ao Vivo package, which costs R $ 42.90 in the annual package.
Another option to watch the match live is Premiere Play, which has a monthly cost of R $ 79.90 and can be accessed through the website or application anywhere in the world. For the Premiere subscriber on pay TV, it is possible to use the operator’s data and log in to the online version of pay-per-view and also in Globoplay.
In addition, this week, Globoplay announced a new combo with Globo Channels and Premiere, expanding the possibilities for sports fans. The new Globoplay + Live Channels + Premiere package costs R $ 99.90 a month, or an annual plan for R $ 94.90 for 12 months.
Grêmio x Palmeiras will have a narration on Globo by Luis Roberto and comments by Paulo Nunes and Roger Flores. The reports will be by Fernando Becker and Marco Aurélio Souza, and the Central do Apito will be in charge of Sandro Meira Ricci.
At SporTV and Premiere, the match will be narrated by Luiz Carlos Jr., with comments by Ricardinho (by video) and Paulo Vinicius Coelho. Paula Menezes and André Hernan will be in the reports, and the Central do Apito will have Paulo César de Oliveira.
Brazil Cup Final
Champion of São Paulo and Libertadores, Palmeiras are looking for their third title of the season. Alviverde is three times champion of the Copa do Brasil (1998, 2012 and 2015) and goes after his fourth trophy in history.
Grêmio is the second team that most won the competition, with five titles, won in 1989, 1994, 1997, 2001 and 2016. Tricolor gaucho try to secure the sixth cup and equal Cruzeiro as the biggest winner of the national tournament. The return game is scheduled for next Sunday (7), at Allianz Parque.
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