Who will broadcast the final Libertadores 2021

Flamengo and Palmeiras compete for the Libertadores 2021 title next Saturday, November 27, at 5 pm (GMT), at the Estadio Centenário, in Montevideo, Uruguay. The confrontation between the last two champions will feature the transmission of four vehicles. That way, know who will broadcast the final of Libertadores 2021.

Who will broadcast the final Libertadores 2021?

the channels SBT, Fox Sports, Conmebol TV and the streaming service Star + are responsible for the broadcast of the final of the Libertadores next Saturday, November 27, direct from the Centenário Stadium.

On open TV, SBT will broadcast the match live throughout Brazil. This is the second year that the broadcaster holds the competition rights for open television after winning the competition with Band, Globo and Rede TV, all interested in winning the tournament.

On TV, the Fox Sports channel will broadcast the final live to the public of subscription operators such as Sky, Claro, Vivo and Oi.

Another option in closed TV is Conmebol TV, if the fan prefers something alternative or narrations in different styles. However, the channel is only available to those who buy the services, that is, through operators for R$39.90 per month.

Finally, the Disney group’s Star + streaming platform will also carry out a special broadcast with submissions, pre and post-game and comments with important football figures during the final. The service is also only available by subscription on the website (www.starplus.com) or in the app for Android and iOS.

Application offers different plans for subscription. Photo: Star Reproduction +

Estadio Centenário will be the stage for the final of the Libertadores

With 21 finals played by Conmebol competitions, the Centenário in Montevideo, Uruguay, was chosen to receive the decision of the Libertadores 2021 and also the Sudamericana in 2021. Coincidentally, the space turned 90 years old that same year.

Inaugurated on July 18, 1930, the stage was designed by architect Juan Antonio Scasso. Later, it received the first edition in the history of the World Cup. In this way, the stadium hosted the World Cup disputes and, on top of that, saw the home team raise the first cup.

For having years of history, Conmebol, together with the authorities of Uruguay, resolved to provide the space with a complete renovation, since the new LED lighting, remodeling of the spectator stands, transmission booths, boxes, bathrooms and changing rooms to the field lawn. In addition, according to Conmebol itself, a new irrigation and drainage system needed to be installed to improve lawn yields.

stage of the final of the Libertadores 2021
Discover the Centenario Stadium. Photo: Official Conmebol / @CONMEBOL

Who are the champions of Libertadores?

For the third year in a row, another Brazilian will win the Libertadores cup. In 2019 Flamengo beat River Plate in Lima, Peru. The following year, Palmeiras beat Santos playing at Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro, with a goal at the end of extra time.

Now, another Brazilian has the opportunity to make history. In the ranking of champions, there are ten teams in the country that have raised the most desired cup in South American football. At the top, however, Argentine clubs dominate with the greatest number of achievements.

  • Independents – 7 titles (1964, 1965, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 and 1984)
  • Boca Juniors – 6 titles (1977, 1978, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2007)
  • Peñarol – 5 titles (1960, 1961, 1966, 1982 and 1987)
  • River Plate – 4 titles (1986, 1996, 2015 and 2018)
  • Students – 4 titles (1968, 1969, 1970 and 2009)
  • Paraguay Olympia – 3 titles (1979, 1990 and 2002)
  • National of Uruguay – 3 titles (1971, 1980 and 1988)
  • São Paulo – 3 titles – (1992, 1993 and 2005)
  • Guild – 3 titles – (1983, 1995 and 2017)
  • Santos – 3 titles – (1962, 1963 and 2011)
  • Palmeiras – 2 titles (1999 and 2020)
  • Cruise – 2 titles (1976 and 1997)
  • Atlético Nacional – 2 titles (1989 and 2016)
  • International – 2 titles (2006 and 2010)
  • Flamengo – 2 titles (1981 and 2019)
  • Colo Colo – 1 title (1991)
  • Racing -1 title (1967)
  • Corinthians – 1 title (2012)
  • Atlético-MG – 1 title (2013)
  • Basque – 1 title (1998)
  • Argentino Juniors – 1 title (1985)
  • Vélez – 1 title (1994)
  • Once Caldas – 1 title (2004)
  • LDU Quito – 1 title (2008)
  • San Lorenzo – 1 title (2014)

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