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Name: ESPN2
Country: Brazil
Link: ESPN2
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ESPN2 Live Streaming Schedule

12:30 Italian Serie A Hellas Verona - Sassuolo Mar 03 2024
13:00 French Ligue 1 Toulouse - Nice Mar 03 2024
15:30 German Bundesliga FC Cologne - Leverkusen Mar 03 2024
18:30 Spanish La Liga Mallorca - Girona Mar 03 2024
20:45 Italian Serie A Napoli - Juventus Mar 03 2024
21:00 English Championship Ipswich Town - Bristol City Mar 05 2024
21:00 UEFA Champions League Bayern Munich - Lazio Mar 05 2024
21:00 UEFA Champions League Real Sociedad - Paris SG Mar 05 2024
18:45 UEFA Europa League Sporting Lisbon - Atalanta Mar 06 2024
21:00 English Championship QPR - West Brom Mar 06 2024
21:00 UEFA Champions League Manchester City - FC Copenhagen Mar 06 2024
18:45 UEFA Europa League Roma - Brighton Mar 07 2024
18:45 UEFA Europa League Sparta Prague - Liverpool Mar 07 2024
21:00 UEFA Europa League Marseille - Villarreal Mar 07 2024
20:30 German DFB Pokal Saarbrucken - Monchengladbach Mar 12 2024
Mar 03 Italian Serie A
12:30 Hellas Verona - Sassuolo
Mar 03 French Ligue 1
13:00 Toulouse - Nice
Mar 03 German Bundesliga
15:30 FC Cologne - Leverkusen
Mar 03 Spanish La Liga
18:30 Mallorca - Girona
Mar 03 Italian Serie A
20:45 Napoli - Juventus
Mar 05 English Championship
21:00 Ipswich Town - Bristol City
Mar 05 UEFA Champions League
21:00 Bayern Munich - Lazio
Mar 05 UEFA Champions League
21:00 Real Sociedad - Paris SG
Mar 06 UEFA Europa League
18:45 Sporting Lisbon - Atalanta
Mar 06 English Championship
21:00 QPR - West Brom
Mar 06 UEFA Champions League
21:00 Manchester City - FC Copenhagen
Mar 07 UEFA Europa League
18:45 Roma - Brighton
Mar 07 UEFA Europa League
18:45 Sparta Prague - Liverpool
Mar 07 UEFA Europa League
21:00 Marseille - Villarreal
Mar 12 German DFB Pokal
20:30 Saarbrucken - Monchengladbach

About ESPN2

ESPN (Brasil) is the Brazilian division of ESPN Inc., launched in March 1989. ESPN Brasil was the first country-specific version of ESPN outside the United States, launched in June 1995. The channel has covered major sporting events, like the 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2016 Summer Olympics; the 1998, 2006, 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 1999, 2003 and 2007 Pan-American Games. High ratings and prestige in the segment have been marks of the channel; it also won the APCA award twice, in 1995 for "Best Sports Programming" and in 1998 for "Best Coverage of the 1998 FIFA World Cup".

Despite having a team that's regarded as one of the best in Brazilian sports broadcasting and important broadcasting rights for international competitions like La Liga, Premier League and the Bundesliga, major local series rights have historically not been present; the Campeonato Brasileiro, Copa do Brasil and the states' championships are held by local Grupo Globo and SporTV. ESPN, however, has purchased the rights to broadcast the 2009, 2010 and 2011 editions of the Copa do Brasil for TV and Campeonato Paulista, Copa Libertadores de América, Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and Copa Sudamericana for radio.

Recently ESPN Brasil made a partnership with Rádio Eldorado[clarification needed] to broadcast sports on radio. The new Rádio Eldorado ESPN used Eldorado's radio assets and the team of commentators from ESPN Brasil. It was renamed Rádio Estadão ESPN in 2007 due to a partnership agreement with the O Estado de S. Paulo newspaper.

In 2005 the company incorporated ESPN International coverage, starting to broadcast in two channels. Before this date, programs such as the SportsCenter International Edition, MLB and the NFL were transmitted directly from Bristol, Connecticut, with Portuguese audio from Andre Adler, Marco Alfaro, Sergio Cesario, Roby Porto, José Inácio Werneck, and Roberto Figueroa. Since 2005, shows and games are recorded and broadcast from its studios in São Paulo, though morning schedules continue to include USA and Latin American programs.

Prior to May 2011, programs produced by ESPN Brasil generally did not use in-game score graphics, though international programs had them. Beginning that month, ESPN Brasil began using the same score and other graphics used by the US channel.

In March, the ESPN'S network in Brazil started with the broadcast 100% in HD with sports events and original programs. This is the same practice of ESPN in USA. The four channels of ESPN in Brazil is broadcast fully in HD.

In October 2013, ESPN launched a second screen app, ESPN Sync, to connect to broadcasts of football matches.

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