Fox Sports (Brazil)

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Fox Sports
Launched Fox Sports:
February 5, 2012
Fox Sports 2:
January 24, 2014
Owned by Fox Networks Group (21st Century Fox)
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
(HD feed downgraded to letterboxed 480i for SDTV sets)
Slogan Sempre juntos
("Always together", in honor of the six Fox Sports staff killed in the LaMia Flight 2933 crash)
Country Brazil
Language Portuguese
Broadcast area Brazil
Headquarters Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Oi TV Channel 163 (Fox Sports HD)
Channel 170 (Fox Sports 2 HD)
Vivo TV Channel 53 (Fox Sports HD)
Channel 54 (Fox Sports 2 HD)
SKY Channel 195 (Fox Sports 2 SD)
Channel 595 (Fox Sports 2 HD)
Channel 194 (Fox Sports SD)
Channel 594 (Fox Sports HD)
Claro TV Channel 73 (Fox Sports SD)
Channel 74 (Fox Sports 2 SD)
Channel 573 (Fox Sports HD)
Channel 574 (Fox Sports 2 HD)
NET Channel 73 (Fox Sports SD)
Channel 74 (Fox Sports 2 SD)
Channel 573 (Fox Sports HD)
Channel 574 (Fox Sports 2 HD)
TVN Channel 88 (Fox Sports SD)
Channel 132 (Fox Sports 2 SD)
Channel 488 (Fox Sports HD)
Channel 489 (Fox Sports 2 HD)
TV Alphaville Channel 73 (Fox Sports HD)
Channel 74 (Fox Sports 2 HD)
Vivo TV Channel 573 (Fox Sports HD)
Channel 574 (Fox Sports 2 HD)

Fox Sports (Brazil) is a Brazilian sports channel launched on February 5, 2012. A second channel, Fox Sports 2 was launched on January 24, 2014.

Programming rights



Martial Arts


Sports entertainment



Programs broadcast by Fox Sports in Brazil


Announcers from Fox Sports in Brazil


  • Benjamin Back (FOX Sports Rádio, Aqui com Benja and A Última Palavra)
  • Bia e Branca (FOX Workout - Dia de Treino and FOX Sports Show)
  • Eduardo Elias (Central FOX 2° Edição)
  • Felipe Motta (Central FOX 1° Edição)
  • Helena Calil (Boa Tarde FOX)
  • José Ilan (Central FOX 3° Edição)
  • Karine Alves (Central FOX 1° Edição)
  • Lívia Nepomuceno (Bom Dia FOX)
  • Marina Ferrari (Central FOX 2° Edição)
  • Oscar Schmidt (Na Cesta com Oscar)
  • Renata Cordeiro (Central FOX 3° Edição)

Play by Play Announcers

  • Eder Reis (Soccer)
  • Hamilton Rodrigues (Soccer, Nascar, and eventual Expediente Futebol host)
  • João Guilherme (Soccer and Expediente Futebol host)
  • Marco Alfaro (WWE, MMA and Boxe)
  • Marco de Vargas (Soccer)
  • Nivaldo Prieto (Soccer, Boa Tarde Fox and Boa Noite Fox host)
  • Rodrigo Cascino (Soccer)
  • Silva Junior (Soccer)
  • Téo José (Motorsports and Soccer)
  • Thiago Alves (Motorsports, MLB and Show da Nascar host)

Color Analysts

  • Carlos Eugênio Simon (Soccer)
  • Edgar Melo Filho (Nascar, Formula E and Weathertech SportsCar)
  • Edmundo (Soccer)
  • Eugênio Leal (Soccer)
  • Fábio Sormani (Soccer)
  • Flávio Gomes (Soccer, Formula E and Fox Nitro host)
  • Gustavo Ribeirão (Soccer)
  • Jakson Follmann (Soccer)
  • José Eduardo Savoia (Soccer)
  • Leandro Quesada (Soccer)
  • Livio Reis (WWE)
  • Mário André Monteiro (German Soccer)
  • Mário Filho (MMA)
  • Maurício Borges (Soccer)
  • Nadine Bastos (Soccer)
  • Osvaldo Pascoal (Soccer)
  • Paulo Godinho (Boxe)
  • Paulo Lima (Soccer)
  • Paulo Vinícius Coelho (Soccer)
  • Rodrigo Bueno (Soccer)
  • Roberto Figueroa (WWE)
  • Rodrigo Mattar (Motorsport)
  • Zinho (Soccer)

See also

External links

  • Fox Sports official website

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