This Tuesday, January 31, you can see in your The BALL TV (channel 13 on Meo, 31 on Vodafone and 60 on NOWO)…
The BALL TV airs this Tuesday at DIRECT of the Complexo de Alcochete, Rúben Amorim’s press conference for the start of the hot Sporting-SC Braga, a match that counts for the 18th matchday of the Primeira Liga. The Lions are fourth in the table with 32 points, eight behind the Minho side led by Artur Jorge. Interestingly, Alvalade will watch the duel between the best away attack (24 goals) and the least leaky home defense (5), along with FC Porto and Sporting de Braga.
Arouca-Benfica discussed on A BOLA DA Noite (22:00/22:45)
Benfica’s complicated visit to Aruka and all the Premier League involvement will be discussed in both editions of THE NIGHT BALL. The Reds lead the standings, while the Armando Evangelista-coached outfit are in a shocking sixth place, with 26 points, four behind Casa Pia. Journalists José Rafael Lopes and Jorge Pessoa e Silva present the programs based on the participation of Fernando Guerra, journalist, who will be in the first part of THE BALL OF THE NIGHT (22.00) while in the second half (22.45 hours) will be José Manuel Delgado, Deputy Director of the newspaper THE BALLJosé Manuel Capristano, former Benfica coach, Litos, coach and Pedro Henriques, referee expert, all commentators The BALL TV.
Fernando Guerra, André Pipa and Tuck start Arouca-Benfica (18.30/20.30)
The Arouca-Benfica launch is his strong suit THE BALL OF SEVEN (6.30 p.m.) and THE EIGHT BALL (20.30). Fernando Guerra and André Pipa, journalists, and Tuck, coach, are the commentators of the programs presented by journalist José Rafael Lopes.
Eduardo Almeida in A BOLA DA TARDE (17.00 h)
Coach Eduardo Almeida is his guest THE AFTERNOON BALL, a program with Arouca-Benfica, which will be played today at 21.15, and Marítimo-FC Porto and Sporting-V. Guimaraes, scheduled for this Wednesday. José Rafael López presented the topic.
André Pipa breaks down the main news from the international press (5.30pm)
The main news from the foreign press analyzed by journalist André Pipa. The final days of the transfer window and news from the main European leagues dominate the INTERNATIONAL PRESS MAGAZINE. Another interesting journey of the viewer The BALL TV not to lose.
BLACK POWER to see at 21.30
BLACK POWER shows you the contribution of black athletes to sports at a time when the world is more aware of racial issues than ever before. Powerful stories of modern heroes like Lewis Hamilton or Serena Williams, but also pioneers like Jesse Owen or remarkable events marked by recent movements like Black Lives Matter, which had a huge impact on sports and society.
00.30: ESPN Hillsborough MOMENT, rising from the ashes
Hillsborough will always be marked by football’s worst disaster, which occurred in April 1989 when 96 fans were crushed to death and 766 injured at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield (England) during a match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest. Before the tragedy British football was known for dirty pitches, hooligans and inadequate facilities and the big change came after the disaster. And what emerged from those ashes is now known as the richest and most powerful football league in the world, the English Premier League. This documentary shows you testimonies of survivors and the long legal battle that led to truth and justice for many families who, only after many years, were able to continue living.