Tuesday, November 23, 2010
La Liga's El Clasico on ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com
Download image NEW YORK, Nov. 22, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuing its extensive multi-platform coverage of the 2010-2011 season of Spain's La Liga, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes Radio and ESPN3.com present exclusive live television, radio and online coverage of El Clasico - Barcelona vs. Real Madrid, Monday, Nov. 29 at 2:55 p.m. ET from the Camp Nou in Barcelona.
Real Madrid and FC Barcelona meet for the first time this season at the Camp Nou. The two favorites are currently the most prolific teams ranking in the top with only a point difference – Real Madrid 33, Barca 32. This past weekend, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, again showed why they are ranked the world's best as they struck hat-tricks for their respective sides, during big wins for both teams. With this head-to-head battle between these superstars, this Clasico will have all the drama and excitement fans have come to expect from this rivalry.
On match day, ESPN Deportes will feature comprehensive live coverage from Barcelona, starting with Los Capitanes at 1:00pm ET. The commentary program will be followed by a pre-game special show also live from on-site, featuring special guest Former FC Barcelona star and Mexican National Team captain Rafa Marquez alongside renowned soccer expert Jose Ramón Fernandez.
The live telecast of the game will be presented by Fernando Palomo (play-by-play), World Cup Argentinean soccer stars Mario Kempes (analysis) and Quique Wolf (analysis) in the television booth and Martin Ainstein reporting from the pitch. The match will be followed by a special edition of Sportscenter with in-depth analysis and recap of the game.
In addition, the morning of the match, ESPN Deportes will present the excitement of the last two Clasico matches in re-run starting at 9:00 a.m. ET.
ESPN Deportes Radio
The only radio network providing around-the-clock national Spanish-language sports coverage will feature coverage of the game live from Barcelona. The broadcast will be lead by La Liga commentators Jorge Ramos (play-by-play) alongside Hernan Pereyra (analysis).
Additionally, for sports fans not in front of a television but rather a computer screen come game day, ESPN3.com will carry the action of El Clasico live exclusively online in both English and Spanish. Barcelona vs. Real Madrid will be the highlight event of the day with coverage beginning at 2:55 p.m. EST.
The Spanish-language site will deliver complete coverage of the match including highlights, special reports from onsite talent, videos, photo galleries, GameCast, and Cover It Live— chat with editors and special interaction with TV talent via twitter. Fans will also be able to receive Mobile alerts for the latest on La Liga news by texting "LA LIGA" to 43776 (message and data rates may apply). In addition, fans can follow up-to-the-minute reports related to El Clasico from Twitter (@ESPNDeportes) and Facebook (facebook.com/ESPNDeportes.)
El Clasico coverage is part of ESPN Deportes' season-long coverage of Spain's La Liga. This season, ESPN Deportes is providing exclusive Spanish-language coverage of 114 La Liga matches live. ESPN3 – ESPN's live sports broadband network – will stream all 114 matches live in English. ESPN2 will televise select matches.
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SOURCE ESPN Deportes
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