Fox Sports to offer complete coverage of Copa Libertadores final

Fox Sports will offer a complete coverage of the Copa Libertadores final between Boca and River. This is the first time that Argentina’s two biggest teams will meet in the final of the most important soccer tournament in America.
The first match of the final will be played at the Boca’s Bombonera on Saturday, November 10. Coverage will begin at 10 a.m. (local time) and will be available in two channels (Fox Sports and Fox Sports Premium). From that time until the start of the game (at 5 p.m.), Fox Sports will broadcast live from La Bombonera as a central studio and will have journalists at the teams’ hotels. Fox Sports Premium will cover the VIP of the Conmebol with interviews several soccer personalities.
During the game, there will be 21 cameras (including a drone, a ‘steadicam’, two cranes) and two TV units outside the stadium. At the same time, for the whole day the signal will have 11 more cameras (32 in total) to cover the pre-game show, the VIPs, training room of the teams and hotels.
For this special event, Fox Sports Premium will offer a special transmission in a screen divided into three with the game, a tactical camera (aerial), and a one following the players and DTs, plus interaction of social networks.