RIO BRANCO AC 0x0 HUMAITÁ | AO VIVO NARRAÇÃO | CAMPEONATO ACREANO | RODADA 3
RIO BRANCO AC 0x0 HUMAITÁ | AO VIVO NARRAÇÃO | CAMPEONATO ACREANO | RODADA 3

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RIO BRANCO-AC X HUMAITÁ AO VIVO - CAMPEONATO ACRANO
RIO BRANCO-AC X HUMAITÁ AO VIVO - CAMPEONATO ACRANO

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Onde assistir Rio Branco-AC x Humaitá Futebol AO VIVO – Campeonato Acreano 2021



Campeonato Acreano. 🗞 Nesta quarta-feira, dois jogos. Em partida válida pela segunda rodada, Náuas x Atlético-AC, às 19h. Valendo pela terceira, Rio Branco e Humaitá se enfretam às 21h. Os jogos terão transmissão do canal Elevensports.



Rio Branco vs Humaita will start at 7:00 PM on 07/21/2021 (America/Rio_Branco) for Campeonato Acreano LINK DO JOGO DE AMANHÃ 19HRS AQUI 21HRS HIRARIO DE BRASILIA #DODO7




Team, Place & City Details

Rio Branco Atlético Clube
Rio Branco Atlético Clube

Rio Branco Atlético Clube, or Rio Branco, as they are usually called, is a Brazilian football team from Vitória in Espírito Santo, founded on June 21, 1913.

Rio Branco Esporte Clube
Rio Branco Esporte Clube

Rio Branco Esporte Clube, usually known simply as Rio Branco or as Rio Branco-SP, is a Brazilian football club based in the city of Americana in the São Paulo state of Brazil. It currently plays in the Segunda Divisão, the fourth tier of the São Paulo state league.

Rio Branco Sport Club

Rio Branco Sport Club, usually known simply as Rio Branco, is a Brazilian football club from Paranaguá, Paraná state.

Rio Branco Football Club
Rio Branco Football Club

Rio Branco Football Club, usually known simply as Rio Branco, is a Brazilian football club based in the city of Rio Branco in the Acre state of Brazil.

Brazilian submarine Humaitá (S41)
Brazilian submarine Humaitá (S41)

The S Humaitá is a Brazilian Scorpène-class submarine built for the Brazilian Navy by ICN in Itaguaí, and DCNS. The Brazilian boats are larger in length, tonnage and cargo capacity compared to the original French project. The Brazilian version are 75 m (246 ft) and 2,000 tons, compared to the original Scorpènes that are 61.7 m (202 ft) and 1,565 tons.

Rio Branco, Acre
Rio Branco, Acre

Rio Branco is a Brazilian municipality, capital of the state of Acre. Located in the valley of the Acre River in northern Brazil, it is the most populous municipality in the state, with 407,319 inhabitants, according to the 2018 census, almost half the state population.

Rio Branco antbird

The Rio Branco antbird is a bird species in the family Thamnophilidae. It is found in Brazil (Roraima) and Guyana.

Rio Branco International Airport
Rio Branco International Airport

Rio Branco-Plácido de Castro International Airport is the airport serving Rio Branco, Brazil. Since April 13, 2009 the airport is named after José Plácido de Castro (1873–1908) a politician leader of the Acrean Revolution.It is operated by Infraero.

Río Branco, Uruguay
Río Branco, Uruguay

Río Branco is a city in the Cerro Largo department of northeastern Uruguay, on the Brazilian border.

Río Blanco (Aconcagua)
Río Blanco (Aconcagua)

The Río Blanco is a river of Chile. It originates close to Cerro Altar and flows generally northward for 15 km (9.3 mi) until it joins the Juncal River, at an elevation of approximately 1,430 m (4,690 ft), forming the Aconcagua River.

Río Branco Airport
Río Branco Airport

Río Branco Airport is an airport serving the town of Río Branco in Cerro Largo Department, Uruguay. The runway is 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) west of town.

Humaita antbird
Humaita antbird

The Humaita antbird is a species of passerine bird in the family Thamnophilidae. It is found in humid forest in the south-western Amazon in Brazil and Bolivia.

Humaitá
Humaitá

Humaitá is a town and distrito on the Paraguay River in southern Paraguay. During the Paraguayan War, it served as the main Paraguayan stronghold from 1866 until its fall in August 1868.