Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Watch Liverpool live tonight!

CONMEBalls are pleased to announce a partnership agreement with Premier Sports TV.

Located on SKY Channel 433, Premier Sports is the new home of Live South American Football in the UK. Covering a live Copa Libertadores game a week, with a highlights show on Friday night, Premier Sports TV will be beaming the best of South America's major club tournament direct into your living room. This week you can see the First Stage Second Leg tie between Grêmio of Brazil and Liverpool of Uruguay. The tie is delicately poised after a 2-2 draw in Montevideo last week.

Starting on Friday February 11th, Premier Sports begin their coverage of the Clausura League in Argentina. Opening with Apertura champions Estudiantes de La Plata against Newell's Old Boys and quickly followed on Sunday 13th February when Boca Juniors take on Godoy Cruz at La Bombonera. Two live games a week will be shown from the Argentinian league.

Matthew Horton, lead contributor at CONMEBalls said, "I'd like to thank Premier Sports TV for coming on board with the blog. This will be my third year of covering the Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana and Campeonato Brasileiro. The blog is currently in the second year of it's coverage of the State Championships of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Coverage-wise, we will be reintroducing the Argentinian league to reflect the live coverage provided in the UK by Premier Sports TV. We hope this association will see us expand our readership in the UK to enable us to bring the delights of South American football to a wider audience."

The Live game on Premier Sports TV this week is Grêmio v Liverpool which will be shown tonight at Midnight, with the Copa Libertadores Round Up show every Friday at 2330GMT.

Premier Sports TV is the new live home of South American football in the UK. You can subscribe at or call 0871 663 9000

1 comment:

Sancho said...

Congratulations, Horton. Nice to know that South American football has some space in Europe.

How was the british impression toward the game, considering both teams were yet at pre-season mode?

Best regards from Porto Alegre.