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Aplicação para ver jogos de futebol

Sports streaming sites enable sports fans to watch live sports events wherever they want, using a desktop computer, laptop, mobile phone, tablet, and even a smart TV.

Most free sports streaming sites base their business model on ads, and some of these sites serve a lot of them, including pop up ads and subscription offers. It is always advised to be careful when visiting streaming websites and always use an ad blocker and a good antivirus program. It is also recommended to consider using a VPN service.

We have gathered here a list of the top free sports streaming sites, based on traffic data from Alexa and Similarweb. Best10Websites is not affiliated with any of the sites on this list in any way, and they are all available in a simple google search. If you find that any of these websites violates your copyrighted content – please let us know.

1. Amazon Prime Video

1. Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video broadcast live Premier League matches for users within the UK.

You do not need to be a Prime Video user in order to watch the broadcasts, which are available on the Prime Video app for your smart TV, mobile phone, tablet or games console, and on the Prime Video website.

UK Amazon Prime subscribers who are abroad, can watch Premier League matches on Prime Video only with a VPN service.

2. LiveTV

2. LiveTV

LiveTV is a very popular free sport streaming website, with numerous live sport events from all around the world.

LiveTV is using P2P technology which enables users to watch medium to high-quality streams completely free.

Sport streaming on LiveTV includes football matches (UEFA Champions League, English Premier League, German Bundesliga, French Ligue 1, Spanish Primera Division, Italian Serie A and more), basketball (NBA, champions league, Spanish league and more), ice hockey, NHL and many other sports fields and events.

In addition to live streaming, LiveTV provides video archives, live scores and updated Football tables.



DAZN might not be a free service, but it is cheap enough to be on this list.

DAZN is a live and on-demand sports streaming service, online, enabling users to watch sports on multiple devices at home or on the go.

4. NBC Sports Live

4. NBC Sports Live

NBC Sports features on its website sports live streaming, most of it paid, but occasionally it is possible to catch a free live stream as well.

5. Stream2watch

5. Stream2watch

Stream2Watch is an online streaming platform, with many live TV channels and live sports streams including football, basketball, baseball, hockey, tennis, cricket and more.

Stream2Watch is very well-organized enabling easy navigation and search for good-quality live streams.

6. Cricfree

Cricfree is a live sports streaming service that provides many sports events and TV channels, including Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2.

There are multiple sport categories on Cricfree: football, soccer, boxing, tennis, basketball, baseball, rugby, motorsports, hockey, and more.

7. Laola1

Laola1 is a sports streaming website based in Austria with free live sports streams from all over the world. is available on laptops, computers, as well as on downloadable apps for smartphones. tablets and smart-TVs, which are available in all the main app stores.

Watching live sport streams on Laola is free, but users can also get The Laola1 PREMIUM membership, that offers live-streams and videos in full HD quality, no video advertising before and during the streams and dynamic play-back for live-streams.

8. NBA Live Stream

NBA Live Stream features live streams from the best basketball league in the world, for free.

9. SportLemon

Sportlemon is another sports streaming site that gathers live sports streaming videos from various sources, and provides them in a friendly interface.

Sports categories include: football, basketball, hockey, tennis, baseball, boxing and more.

10. RedBull TV

RedBull TV offers free videos and sports streaming, mostly action and adventure sports.

11. Fox Sports

Fox Sports provides on its website live streaming of some of the major games in the US, free.

Please note that in order to watch live streaming sports on Foxsports, a sign up is required.

12. Facebook Live

Facebook Live is a live video streaming service that enables facebook users to broadcast live from their computers or mobile devices.

Facebook Live, that was launched in April 2016, has gained popularity quite rapidly, and it can sometimes be used to catch some sports streaming by media outlets and fans.

13. Hotstar

HotStar is another Asian website of a leading entertainment brand, this time – Disney.

HotStar offers live HD streaming for a large variety of sports from around the world, as well as TV shows and movie streaming.

14. SonyLiv

SonyLiv is the Asian website of the entertainment giant Sony.

SonyLiv offers ad-supported free live streams for leading sport events from around the world, on the SonyLiv website or Android and iOS apps.

15. ESPN Player

ESPN Player (previously called WatchESPN) is the streaming website of the leading sports channel ESPN.

ESPN Player features live HD streams of sport events from across the world.

The ESPN Player is a paid service, but users can enjoy its 7-days free trial for watching sports events for a limited period. If ESPN Player is not available on your region you can access the website through a VPN service.

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Around 80 million houses in the U.S. still have cable or satellite — down from 100 million a decade ago, according to LightShed Partners, a technology, media and telecommunications research firm.

The one thing that’s keeping those customers attached to their TV bills? Sports.

In the era of streaming services, sports are one of the only types of TV that still must be viewed live. And for most people, that’s always meant paying for cable.

Not anymore. There are now six major live TV streaming services that broadcast live sports. And in many cases, you’ll get more games than you would through a traditional cable or satellite provider.

You also have a little more flexibility in what you pay for. Only care about college sports and nothing else? Hulu + Live TV has almost every one of the 17 channels that air college games in the U.S. for $55/mo.

Unfortunately, streaming services are generally a little weaker on sports than their cable and satellite counterparts. And with PlayStation Vue shutting its virtual doors in January 2020 — formerly the best streaming service for sports by a mile — there are no longer any options that are both cheap and comprehensive. In other words, most sports fans will have to sacrifice a bit, but that sacrifice usually just amounts to a few games each year on NFL Network or NBA TV.

How we found the best sports streaming services

For sports fans, it’s all about the games. While highlight shows like Sportscenter are certainly nice to have, many of these can be had through free sports streaming sites like Pluto TV. Live games from the major American sports always cost a premium (at least when they’re streamed legally.)

With that in mind, we looked at how each service stacks up for America’s most popular sports. Each score was determined by the number of channels you’ll get that air national and local games from each sport. And the more games a channel carries, the more weight we gave it. (If you want to watch NFL games, for example, FOX is more valuable than the NFL Network.) Here’s how each of the six major services fared for each sport.

AT&T TV ($76.50 average)AT&T TV NOW ($55/mo.)fuboTV ($65/mo.)Hulu + Live TV ($55/mo.)Sling TV ($45/mo.)YouTube TV ($65/mo.)
College football6.
College basketball5.
Overall score7.

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With PlayStation Vue out of the mix, there’s no sports streaming service that is clearly the best. Which one is right for you comes down to two factors: the leagues you follow and where you live. The market you’re in will determine which regional sports networks (RSNs) you get. These are the channels that air your local MLB, NBA and NHL team’s games, and they’re incredibly important for most sports fans. Here’s how each streaming service compares:

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Hulu + Live TV: Great for NFL, NHL and college sports

LeagueWhat it hasWhat it’s missing
NCAA sportsESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, FOX, ABC, CBS, ACC Network, Big Ten Network, SEC NetworkPac-12 Network
  • Our review
  • Recommended plan: Hulu + Live TV
  • Compatible devices: Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Xbox One and 360, Nintendo Switch, Samsung smart TVs, LG smart TVs, Android TVs
  • Simultaneous streams: Two
  • Cloud DVR storage: 50 hours

If you don’t need to catch absolutely every game from every sport, Hulu + Live TV is probably a cord cutter’s best option for streaming live sports. What you’ll sacrifice is the league networks from the NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL.

But these channels are generally reserved for diehards. Even the NFL Network, which respondents in a recent survey listed as their 36th most desired channel, only carries five exclusive Thursday Night Football games per year. The rest are simulcast on FOX and Prime Video.

Hulu + Live TV has the most robust collection of channels devoted to college sports of any streaming service, including the ACC Network, Big Ten Network, SEC Network, ESPNU and ESPN College Extra. In fact, the only major college sports channel it’s missing is the Pac-12 Network.

The only fans for whom Hulu + Live TV might not be the best choice? International football diehards. In the U.S., the Premier League airs some matches on NBC, NBC Sports Network, CNBC and USA — all of which Hulu carries.

But if you really want to follow football globally, you’ll need beIN Sports, which covers most of the major leagues and tournaments around the world, including La Liga, Ligue 1, Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana. FuboTV is currently the only streaming service that carries this channel.

Hulu also carries every affiliate station from FOX Sports and NBC Sports, which covers about 75% of local MLB, NBA, NHL and MLS teams — something only YouTube TV and AT&T’s streaming services can match, and they each cost upward of $65/mo. The major markets Hulu is missing are New York, Los Angeles and Boston.

We’d still recommend running your ZIP code through Hulu’s channel lookup tool, but chances are good that your local teams will be covered.

YouTube TV: Great for NFL, MLB and NBA

LeagueWhat it hasWhat it’s missing
NCAA FootballESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, FOX, ABC, CBS, ACC Network, Big Ten Network, SEC NetworkPac-12 Network, ESPN College Extra
  • Our review
  • Recommended plan: YouTube TV
  • Compatible devices: Roku, Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Xbox One, Android TVs, Samsung smart TVs (2016 and newer), LG smart TVs (2016 and newer), Vizio smart TVs (select models), Hisense smart TVs (select models), Sharp smart TVs (select models)
  • Simultaneous streams: Three
  • Cloud DVR storage: Unlimited (stores for nine months)

YouTube TV is a fantastic option for the three most popular professional leagues in the U.S. Along with AT&T TV’s most expensive plans, it’s the only streaming service to carry every channel that airs national MLB and NBA games, and the only NFL games you’ll miss are the five exclusive Thursday Night Football games on NFL Network.

It’s also nearly as strong as Hulu when it comes to college sports. The only national channels it doesn’t have that air college basketball and football games are the Pac-12 Network and ESPN College Extra.

YouTube TV also has an excellent selection of RSNs, with all FOX Sports and NBC Sports affiliates, plus NESN, SNY and YES Network. If your local MLB, NBA or NHL team plays on one of these affiliates, you’ll be able to watch all of their games if you live within the market.

FuboTV: Best for international soccer

LeagueWhat it hasWhat it’s missing
NCAA sportsFOX, CBS, Big Ten Network, Pac-12 NetworkABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ACC Network, SEC Network
SoccerbeIN Sports, FS1, NBC, NBC Sports Network, CNBC, USAABC, ESPN, ESPN2
  • Our review
  • Recommended plan: Standard
  • Compatible devices: Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Samsung smart TVs, Android TVs
  • Simultaneous streams: Two
  • Cloud DVR storage: 30 hours

FuboTV calls itself the “world’s only sports-focused live TV streaming service,” but that’s simply not true. In fact, it’s one of the worst live TV streaming services for American sports fans. The only service it beats out in this regard is Sling TV, which is also $10/mo. cheaper.

But it does excel in one area: international football. Its name is literally a sped-up twist on the word, and it’s designed specifically for American fans to get their international soccer fix.

It includes every channel that airs Premier League matches in the U.S. — NBC, NBC Sports Network, CNBC and USA — plus eight different versions of beIN Sports. These channels cover every other major football league, including La Liga, Ligue 1, Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana.

That said, if you’re a fan of American soccer, fuboTV will disappoint. It doesn’t have ABC, ESPN or ESPN2, so you’ll miss most nationally televised MLS games, including the playoffs.

As for the rest of American sports, it’s easier to list the channels fuboTV does have than the ones it’s missing. It does have decent coverage of RSNs, but for the most part, American sports fans will be disappointed.

AT&T TV: The most sports channels, but it will cost you

LeagueENTERTAINMENT planCHOICE planXTRA planNot available
NHLNBC, NBC Sports, USA, CNBC, NHL Network NHL Network
NCAA FootballESPN, ESPN2, FOX, ABC, CBSESPNU, ACC Network, Big Ten Network, SEC Network Pac-12 Network
  • Our review
  • Recommended plan: Xtra ($64.99/mo. in year one, $124/mo. in year two)
  • Compatible devices: Comes with its own 4K streaming device, but also works with Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Samsung smart TVs
  • Simultaneous streams: Three
  • Cloud DVR storage: 500 hours

If you’re set on getting every sports channel you possibly can, regardless of price, AT&T TV is your best bet. It’s the only streaming service that has packages which are actually better for sports fans than YouTube TV and Hulu + Live TV — you’ll just have to pay a premium for it.

AT&T TV is the only streaming service that carries MLB Network, NBA TV and NHL Network. In fact, the only league-specific channel it’s missing is NFL Network.

It also an extensive collection of RSNs. It carries FOX Sports — the largest carrier by far — but also MSG Network, NESN and SNY. It’s also the only streaming service that carries Los Angeles’s Spectrum SportsNet, which broadcasts Lakers games.

That said, if your team plays on an NBC Sports affiliate, you might not get it with AT&T TV. The only NBC RSNs it carries are Bay Area, California, Chicago and Washington. That leaves out markets like Boston, Philadelphia and the Pacific Northwest.

Other ways to stream live sports


Price: Free
Sports covered: NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA sports

The most important channels for sports fans are the locals: ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC. They’re the ones that cover almost all of the major sporting events of the year, including the Super Bowl, World Series and the NBA Finals, plus most NFL regular season and playoff games.

Locast is a non-profit, free live TV streaming service that only carries these local channels. Think of it as a TV antenna through the internet. Unfortunately, Locast is currently only available in 13 U.S. cities, but that list is growing every month. If it’s in your area, it’s worth taking advantage of.

Price: $5/mo.
Sports covered: MLB, NHL, MLS, UFC, boxing, golf, tennis, cricket, rugby, volleyball

Despite what the name implies, ESPN+ is not a streaming version of ESPN. Instead, the service supplements the content on ESPN with additional games, archived ESPN content and original documentaries. But you won’t get the marquee live sporting events like Monday Night Football and the College Football Playoff National Championship that ESPN is known for.

What it does have is a boatload of extra NHL and MLB, combat sports like boxing and UFC, cricket, rugby, out-of-market MLS matches, golf and tennis. Keep in mind, the biggest events will still air elsewhere, but if you’re a diehard of one of these sports, ESPN+ will probably have plenty on the schedule to interest you.

Price: $20/mo. or $100/year ($8.33/mo.); plus pay-per-view events
Sports covered: Boxing, MMA, Serie A football, rugby

A relative newcomer to the sports streaming world, DAZN (pronounced “Da Zone”) is a London-based service that launched in the U.S. in 2018. Because the most popular American sports all have exclusive rights deals with established TV networks, DAZN is mostly limited to more niche sports in the U.S.

DAZN is best known for its boxing coverage. While you typically have to pay a hefty pay-per-view fee to get marquee fights, DAZN includes many of them in its monthly subscription fee. It has a handful of other sports in its arsenal — most notably mixed martial arts and Serie A European football — but DAZN is primarily a boxing streaming service right now.

FOX Sports app

Price: Included with a TV subscription
Sports covered: NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, MLS

Another way to stream live sports is through various standalone network apps. FOX has one of the best. It’s been the first network to experiment with streaming sports in 4K, broadcasting Thursday Night Football, the World Cup and regular MLB and college sports games in 4K.

You can’t subscribe to FOX Sports on its own; you’ll need a participating TV provider to access it. (The good news is just about every TV provider participates, including every live TV streaming service but Sling.)

Amazon Prime Video

Price: $9/mo.
Sports covered: NFL

Amazon is slowly dipping its toes into the sports world with its Prime Video streaming service. Right now, the only live sports you can watch on it are 11 Thursday Night Football games. It also streams Premier League matches in the U.K., but for now, Prime Video is limited to a handful of football games in the U.S.

CBS All Access

Price: $6/mo.
Sports covered: NFL, college sports

We’ll be frank: CBS All Access is not a great deal, particularly if you’re subscribing to watch sports. You’ll get at least one NFL game every week and a smattering of college sports. Of the four major networks, CBS is the one that’s least invested in live sports. Besides, you can get it for free through Locast or a TV antenna, so it’s not worth the monthly fee just for that handful of games.

Sports streaming FAQs

Can I stream sports in 4K?

Right now, streaming sports in 4K is relatively limited. A handful of satellite, cable and streaming providers air some live games in 4K, but it’s still more of a novelty than the norm. So far, FOX has been leading the charge in 4K sports, airing Thursday Night Football, the World Cup and select MLB and college sports games in 4K HDR. You can find these games through a participating TV provider or through the FOX Sports and FOX apps.

SportsHDR supportDolby Atmos audio
NCAA football
DISH NetworkOlympics
NCAA football
NCAA football
Premier League
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For more information on finding something to watch on your 4K TV, sports or otherwise, check out our guide to 4K content.

Can I stream out-of-market games through a live TV streaming service?

As for streaming out-of-market games from your home area, you’ll have to add on league packages like NFL SUNDAY TICKET, MLB Extra Innings and NBA League Pass.

What internet speed do I need to stream live sports?

As a rule, we recommend at least 10 Mbps of download speeds for streaming live sports. That said, you’ll need higher speeds if more than one device is using your internet connection at a time. Not sure what kind of speed you’re getting? Use our speed test below to evaluate your current connection.

Need more for the price?

Try these helpful hacks to improve your internet speed. Or if you just want more bang for your buck, check out providers near you with more speed for the price. Either way, we’ll help you find what you need.

Pro Tip: For best results, use an Ethernet cord to connect your router or modem directly to your device before you run the test.

The bottom line

Live sports are the only thing keeping a lot of people tethered to their cable bill. (If you don’t care about sports, you probably shouldn’t be paying for cable.) Fortunately, there are now a number of streaming services that offer all the same sports channels as cable — and oftentimes many more.

You’ll still pay a premium for these services — most start around $50/mo. — but you’ll likely be a lot happier with your experience. According to the American Customer Satisfaction Index, streaming services as an industry received a solid 76 score, while TV providers ranked dead last with 62.

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Conheça esses 3 Aplicativos para Assistir Futebol Europeu Online no Celular

Hoje em dia é muito prático e simples ver jogos de futebol pelo celular. Há muitos aplicativos que fazem a transmissão de canais de televisão ou de jogos no Brasil todo. Só que isso não é tão comum quando se fala do futebol europeu.

Se você também é um apaixonado pelo futebol de outros países, como Inglaterra, Espanha, França e outros, saiba que tem alguns aplicativos que são focados nesse esporte. Aprenda a baixar os aplicativos e veja como eles funcionam.

Leve em conta que, geralmente, eles são canais da TV fechada e, por isso mesmo, a assinatura se torna parte do acesso. Saiba mais.

1 – ESPN

Sim, o canal ESPN tem um aplicativo gratuito para baixar que é ideal para quem quer assistir jogos de futebol da Europa no celular. Só que apesar de dar para baixar de graça, apenas assinantes podem acessar o conteúdo integral.

E entre as funcionalidades do app está a de “acompanhe jogos ao vivo de suas modalidades e competições favoritas, lance a lance, minuto a minuto”.

Entre as novas funções que o desenvolvedor inseriu no programa está o fato de poder seguir alguns atletas selecionados, como Neymar, Messi e companhia. Ao todo, mais de 10 milhões de pessoas já baixaram o app.

Se você tem um Android pode fazer isso também, através do Google Play do seu celular.

2 – Fox Sports Brasil

Outra opção que você tem é baixar um aplicativo que fale de jogos internacionais. Especialmente os europeus, é o Fox Sports.

Entre os temas mais falados no app estão: UEFA, Superliga Argentina, Conmbebol e por aí vai. Lá você tem acesso à notícias, resultados, estatísticas e tudo em tempo real.

Ah, você quer saber se dá para ver jogos ao vivo, né? Claro que dá: “aproveite os canais Fox Sports + eventos ao vivo exclusivos para ver as transmissões”.

Assim como o ESPN, esse também é um aplicativo pago e você pode contratar o canal pelo app mesmo.

Funciona assim: você baixa o app e segue o fluxo da contratação então lembrando que a cobrança é mensal e com renovação automática.

3 – Esporte Interativo Plus

Quando o assunto é jogo de futebol ao vivo portanto o Esporte Interativo é um dos nomes mais lembrados pelos brasileiros. Ainda mais por aqueles que gostam de ver jogos europeus.

“Todos os jogos ficam disponíveis na nossa plataforma para você assistir quando quiser”, afirma o desenvolvedor do app.

E o que tem no aplicativo? Tem jogos da Champions League, da Nations League, etc. E tudo isso pode ser visto pelo tablet, celular, computador, SmartTV, etc.

Como todos os apps citados, esse também é pago e você pode cancelar quando quiser. Se tiver o interesse em saber os valores dos planos, o ideal é baixar o aplicativo e você pode fazer isso na loja de apps do Google Play.

“A melhor forma de ir para o próximo jogo é ganhar o anterior”

Deve ter sido a primeira vez nos últimos meses que não perguntaram a Rúben Amorim se era desta que ia assumir a candidatura ao título. Antes, perguntaram-lhe se já estava a pensar na visita do Sporting ao Dragão para defrontar o FC Porto e o treinador dos “leões” aplicou o seu habitual lema do “jogo a jogo”. Falta muito (uma semana) para esse jogo. O que importa é o Portimonense.

A liberdade precisa do jornalismo. Precisa da sua escolha.

Não deixe que as grandes questões da sociedade portuguesa lhe passem ao lado. Registe-se e aceda a mais artigos ou assine e tenha o PÚBLICO todo, com um pagamento mensal. Pense bem, pense Público.

“ O jogo do FC Porto não existe para nós. Primeiro temos o Portimonense. Vencendo este jogo já estamos a jogar o próximo. A melhor forma de ir para o próximo jogo é ganhar o anterior. A principal vantagem que temos é dependermos de nós”, declarou Amorim na conferência de imprensa de antevisão do jogo com o Portimonense, marcado para este sábado em Alvalade.

Uma das provas de que Amorim ainda não está a pensar no embate com o segundo classificado é que não irá fazer qualquer gestão dos jogadores que estão à beira de completar uma série de cinco cartões amarelos e em risco de não defrontar o FC Porto: “Não vamos fazer gestão, porque este é o jogo mais complicado. Todos os jogos valem três pontos. Pensamos no FC Porto depois.”

Invicto na liderança à entrada para a 20.ª jornada, o Sporting terá pela frente um Portimonense que está numa boa fase e Rúben Amorim está consciente do perigo que vem do Algarve: “Vive um bom momento, tal como vivia o Paços de Ferreira. Vai ser um jogo muito difícil. Treinámos e preparámos bem este jogo. O Portimonense pode roubar pontos ao Sporting.”

Amorim falou ainda de Sebastian Coates como um líder que superou as expectativas do próprio treinador: “H á um pouco de C oates em todos, é um líder para nós todos. Estou feliz por ele, merecia, faz o trabalho dele, jogar e algo mais que isso, transmite confiança. É inteligente nessa liderança, é muito mais jogador do que eu pensava, mesmo esta época. Espero que fique muito tempo, penso que será capitão por muitos anos.”

O vencedor do jogo de hoje, em Helsínquia, com início às 18:15 (menos duas horas em Lisboa), garante o primeiro lugar da 'poule' e o apuramento direto, uma vez que passará a dispor de três pontos de vantagem sobre o adversário e vantagem no confronto direto, a uma jornada do fim.

Portugal e Finlândia, que empataram 1-1 em novembro de 2019, em Vila Nova de Famalicão, repartem a liderança, com 16 pontos, mais sete do que a Escócia, terceira classificada e adversária da equipa lusa na derradeira ronda, na terça-feira, já sem possibilidade de se apurar.

Mesmo em caso de derrota, a seleção treinada por Francisco Neto pode qualificar-se pela segunda vez para o Europeu, cuja fase final se vai realizar em Inglaterra, pela via reservada aos segundos classificados, depois de se ter estreado na prova em 2017, nos Países Baixos, onde foi eliminada na primeira fase.

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Futebol – Jogo entre Santa Clara e Paços de Ferreira vai ser o primeiro com público nas bancadas em 2021

O jogo entre Santa Clara e Paços de Ferreira, da 21.ª jornada da I Liga, terá público nas bancadas, anunciou hoje a Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional (LPFP), notando que será a primeira vez que tal acontece em 2021.

“A Santa Clara Açores, Futebol S.A.D informa que o jogo entre CD Santa Clara-FC Paços Ferreira, da 21.ª jornada da Liga NOS, terá público nas bancadas, o que acontece pela primeira vez no ano 2021 no Futebol Profissional em Portugal”, pode ler-se em comunicado da Liga de clubes.

A LPFP esclarece que a decisão foi tomada em articulação com o Governo Regional dos Açores, nomeadamente com a Direção Regional da Saúde (DRS), e respeitará o decreto regulamentar regional de 12 de fevereiro que prevê a “limitação da presença de público em eventos culturais e competições desportivas a um terço da respetiva lotação garantindo as regras de distanciamento social”, no contexto da pandemia de covid-19.

“Mais referimos que este será o terceiro evento desportivo do CD Santa Clara na temporada 20/21 a contar com a presença de público, depois dos jogos diante do Gil Vicente FC e Sporting CP, facto que se constitui concomitantemente como um orgulho, mas também como uma tremenda responsabilidade”, destaca o organismo presidido por Pedro Proença.

Esta decisão, prossegue a LPFP, exigirá “a todos os açorianos a adoção de comportamentos de responsabilidade coletiva, tal como aconteceu nos últimos jogos de teste diante do Gil Vicente FC e do Sporting CP”, que decorreram, respetivamente, em 03 e 24 de outubro.

“Novamente, temos total convicção de que o povo açoriano voltará a corresponder às recomendações das entidades competentes e será exemplo de civismo, sensatez e retidão num momento exigente para todos”, acrescenta a nota.

Por decisão da DRS, os adeptos do Paços de Ferreira não poderão comparecer no Estádio de São Miguel, no jogo agendado para 27 de fevereiro, mas a Liga de clubes diz acreditar que, “a breve trecho, todos terão oportunidade de regressar ao futebol, apoiando as suas equipas e em total consonância com as medidas de saúde pública”.

A pandemia de covid-19 provocou 15.821 mortes em Portugal, entre os 794.769 casos de infeção confirmados, de acordo com o boletim mais recente da Direção-Geral da Saúde.

Estádio de Wembley

O Estádio de Wembley é um dos templos do futebol mais importantes do mundo. Sede de finais da Champions League e da Copa do Mundo, atualmente é o estádio com maior capacidade do Reino Unido.

A catedral do futebol

O antigo Estádio de Wembley é, sem a menor dúvida, o lugar mais emblemático do futebol europeu. Um dos melhores jogadores do mundo, Pelé, chegou a chamá-lo de "Catedral do futebol" devido ao seu ambiente e atmosfera única.

Wembley chegou a sediar a final da Copa do Mundo de 1966 e, além disso, abrigou um total de cinco finais da Champions League, destacando-se a dos campeonatos do AC Milan, Manchester United ou Ajax Amsterdam.

Além do futebol, o velho Wembley também é conhecido mundialmente por ser a sede principal das Olimpíadas de 1948 e por ter sido palco de alguns dos shows mais importantes de toda a história da música, como Queen, Guns N Roses, Michael Jackson ou Céline Dion.

Em 2002 e depois de vários eventos e celebrações, o estádio foi demolido para ser reconstruído. Atualmente, é o maior estádio de todo o Reino Unido.

Novo Wembley

Com uma capacidade para 90.000 pessoas, o novo Wembley é o maior complexo esportivo do Reino Unido e o segundo da Europa, ficando atrás apenas do Camp Nou de Barcelona.

Atualmente é propriedade da Federação Inglesa e é onde a seleção nacional joga os seus jogos. Além disso, é sede da final da FA Cup, abriga anualmente os jogos de futebol americano e é palco dos shows dos artistas mais importantes da atualidade.

Tour pelo estádio

O tour de Wembley é uma das visitas mais interessantes de Londres se você é apaixonado por futebol. Passeando por suas instalações você sentirá que esse é um lugar especial e diferente dos outros estádios que você já visitou.

Durante a sua visita, você conhecerá os vestiários usados por jogadores como Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Jadon Sancho ou Marcus Rashford. Além disso, você visitará a sala de coletiva de imprensa, o palco presidencial e o túnel que leva ao campo.

Durante o tour do estádio você também poderá visitar o museu de Wembley, uma autêntica coleção de relíquias entre as que se destacam troféus, camisetas e fotografias únicas na história do esporte.

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Vodafone lança ‘Smart Replay’, uma nova forma de ver jogos de futebol na TV

A Vodafone acaba de lançar uma nova funcionalidade para o seu serviço de Tv, que promete transformar a forma de assistir a conteúdos televisivos. O Smart Replay – cujo piloto estará disponível numa primeira fase para acompanhar a transmissão de jogos de futebol, incluindo os jogos do Campeonato do Mundo de Futebol 2018 –, permite aos Clientes interagir com o conteúdo dos jogos e perceber quais foram os acontecimentos mais marcantes de cada um.

Para acionar o Smart Replay o utilizador só tem carregar no botão ‘Interativo’ do comando de Tv enquanto decorre a transmissão de um jogo de futebol. Depois, na parte inferior do ecrã, aparece uma timeline com as principais ocorrências do jogo, tais como golos, cartões amarelos/vermelhos, substituições, lances relevantes, golos falhados, lesões, entre outros. A par disso, a nova funcionalidade disponibiliza num único ecrã informações pertinentes sobre as equipas e sobre o jogo – tais como a ficha técnica de cada equipa, estatísticas e curiosidades enquadradas com o que está a acontecer num encontro. Esta é uma novidade nas televisões dos utilizadores, que até então apenas tinham acesso a esta informação num cenário multiscreen.

O Smart Replay poderá ser utilizado na transmissão de jogos em direto, em canais SD/HD, com a atualização dos momentos importantes a acontecer em tempo real, que aparecem automaticamente ao abrir a timeline. Desta forma, os utilizadores conseguem ter uma visão rápida e simples do que de mais importante se passou nos 90 minutos da partida, ao mesmo tempo que torna a visualização dos jogos mais dinâmica, inteligente e interativa.

Com o lançamento do Smart Replay, a Vodafone reforça uma vez mais o seu serviço de Tv, cuja qualidade continua a ser comprovada pelos elevados índices de satisfação atribuídos pelos seus Clientes e pela vasta oferta de conteúdos, aplicações e funcionalidades disponíveis. A contínua aposta num serviço de excelência reflete-se na liderança da Vodafone, o Operador que mais cresce no serviço de televisão por subscrição em Portugal nos últimos quatro anos.

Perguntas e Respostas

✅ International football diehards. In the U.S., the Premier League airs some matches on NBC, NBC Sports Network, CNBC and USA — all of which Hulu carries.
✅ Tem jogos da Champions League, da Nations League, etc. E tudo isso pode ser visto pelo tablet, celular, computador, SmartTV, etc.

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