Brazilian broadcaster Globo has secured the rights to show all friendlies from the female Brazilian national team prior to the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Free-to-air channel TV Globo will air six games, whereas pay-television network SporTV will broadcast 12 of the friendlies.
Grupo Globo-owned SporTV has obtained Brazilian pay-TV rights for the 2022 World Cup. Flagship channel SporTV, along with linear networks SporTV 2 and SporTV 3, are set to combine to bring viewers all 64 matches of the 2022 World Cup live. This comes on top of auxiliary programming, such as match highlights, analysis, previews and reports. Matches may be available to stream live on the premium Globoplay+ package. Furthermore, SporTV’s coverage may be accessible via subscription partner platforms to paying customers—namely DirecTV Go, Vivo Play, Oi Play and Claro TV+. The 2022 World Cup on Globo’s platforms is reportedly set to air in 4K UHD quality.
TV Globo holds Brazilian free-to-air rights to the 2022 World Cup. In addition to live broadcasts on television, Globo is making its World Cup matches available to subscribers of video-on-demand OTT service Globoplay for free. Coverage may include exclusive content, especially around the Brazil national football team.
Watch Copa America in Brazil. Globosat and SporTV will share broadcasting rights for the Copa America. Both broadcasters will show all matches of Copa America across their multi-platform environment which includes: TV, mobile and internet.
SporTV has the broadcast rights for the MLS in Brazil. The deal covers the MLS seasons from 2015 to 2018. Under the agreement, SporTV will air at least two live MLS regular-season matches per match-week. In addition, SporTV will also broadcast the MLS All-Star Game, MLS Cup Playoff matches, and the MLS Cup.