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Launched 2002
Owned by Grupo Bandeirantes de Comunicação
Picture format SDTV (480i)
Slogan O canal de todos os esportes (The all sports channel)
Country Brazil
Broadcast area Brazil
Headquarters São Paulo, São Paulo
Sister channel(s) Rede Bandeirantes
Band News
SKY Brasil Channel 27
Via Embratel Channel 47
Telefónica TV Digital Channel 463
Nossa TV Channel 24
Net Channel 98
TVA Channel 46

BandSports is a Brazilian cable television network that has its programming based on all sports, launched in 2002 by Grupo Bandeirantes de Comunicação .


  • Sports Programing 1
    • Football 1.1
    • Olympic Games 1.2
    • Volleyball 1.3
    • Tennis 1.4
    • Athletics 1.5
    • Rugby 1.6
    • Martials Arts 1.7
    • Motorsports 1.8
    • American Football 1.9
    • Lingerie Football 1.10
  • Programs broadcast by BandSports 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Sports Programing


Olympic Games





Martials Arts


American Football

Lingerie Football

Programs broadcast by BandSports

  • Ace Bandsports
  • Autotécnica
  • Baita Amigos
  • Bandsports Adventure
  • Bandsports News
  • Bandsports X
  • Boardview
  • Depois do Jogo
  • De Bate e Pronto
  • Dois no Banco
  • Encontro de Craques
  • Magazine Bandsports
  • Mundo Hípico
  • Mundo Moto
  • Papo de Boleiro
  • Poker After Dark
  • Por Dentro da Bola
  • Propaganda Futebol Clube
  • Primeiro Tempo
  • Pros vs Joes
  • Show do Esporte
  • SuperMotor
  • Truck Show
  • Vila Olímpica BandSports

See also

External links

  • BandSports official website
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