Floresta x Athletico-PR LIVE: where to watch, lineup and more about Copinha 2023

Floresta vs Athletico Paranaense live: see how to watch the game live, lineups, arbitration, guesses and tips. — © Team Futebolizei

where to watch Floresta vs Athletico PR live and online, for Copa São Paulo de Futebol Jr 2023. Also, see the lineup, time, arbitration and place of the match.

At first, the game will be at 5:15 pm (Brasília time), this Monday (January 16th), at Estádio Municipal Dr. José Lancha Filho, in Franca.

Where to watch Floresta vs Athletico-PR live?

In summary, the teams enter the field for Copinha 2023. Thus, the confrontation will be broadcast on Sportv. Therefore, the game will not be broadcast on open TV.

Data it’s timeMonday, 01/16/2023, at 5:15 pm (BR)
LocalStadium Dr. José Lancha Filho
RefereeGabriel Petrini Rodrigues Cruz
where to watchSportv

Forest Escalation: Wilder, Kayky, Léo, Cris, Davi Castro, Arilson, Athyrson, Diogo Mourão, Rodrigo, Pedro Igor, Iarley.

Athletico Paranaense lineup: Gabriel Pereira, Ataíde, João Gabriel, Arthur Zanella, Vinicius Kauê, Juninho, Danielzinho, Kevin Colli, Pierre, Juan Gabriel, Athyrson.


About the cup

In short, the São Paulo Junior Football Cupalso known as Copinha, is organized by the Paulista Football Federation, where clubs from all over Brazil and even from abroad face each other in games held in São Paulo.

In the current season, 128 clubs were divided into 32 groups, where they face each other in single games, in the same style as the World Cup. The top 2 Colorados move on to the next stage of the competition.


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So, whenever you want to know where to watch your team’s games, what the arbitration will be, time and place, just access our website. However, we do not stream games.

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