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The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) has today (Friday) announced a partnership with online betting company Betfair

Brazilian airline GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes has signed a new partnership with Conmebol for the Copa América 2019.

Payment services provider Mastercard has expanded its partnership with the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol), adding sponsorship of the Copa Libertadores club competition to its long-term…

Chinese consumer electronics brand TCL has signed as a Regional Partner of this year’s Copa América in Brazil – South America’s quadrennial national team football tournament. Un

The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) has agreed a four-season deal with consumer goods company Unilever that will make its Rexona antiperspirant brand a new partner of the Copa Libertadores

Qatar Airways has today (Wednesday) agreed a deal to become the Official Airline of club competitions organised by the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol)

Online gambling operator Bumbet has agreed a deal with the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) to sponsor the Copa Sudamericana club competition.

Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota has agreed to extend its partnership with the Copa Libertadores for the 2017 edition of the South American club football competition.

Conmebol, football’s governing body in Latin America, has appointed the IMG agency to market the sponsorship rights to its Copa Libertadores knockout club competition.

Global payment services brand MasterCard has signed up as the first  top-tier partner of the 2015 Copa América, the South American football federation’s flagship national team competition, hosted next year by Chile.

The South American Football Confederation, Conmebol, secured an increase of at least 20 per cent in the value of the naming rights to its second-tier club competition, the Copa Sudamericana, in its deal last month with oil and gas company Total.

TYRE MANUFACTURER BRIDGESTONE could become the dominant sponsor of South America’s continental club football tournaments.

Executives from the Full Play, Torneos y Competencias and Traffic Sports agencies were accused today (Wednesday) of corruption in relation to the sale of marketing and media rights surrounding certain football matches and tournaments in the Americas.