Where to watch the 2024 Libertadores on TV and online in my country?

The premier continental club competition is already underway, and here at Sambafoot, you can find all the channels and platforms to watch it
Martín O'Donnell
2024-04-22 17:05:50

The most important continental competition in South America is already underway, bringing with it the passion of an entire region that will beat as one throughout the long and challenging season ahead. This year, the 2024 CONMEBOL Libertadores promises to be one of the most fiercely contested in the last five years, and hundreds of thousands of fans want to enjoy this exciting tournament from the beginning to the end.

Therefore, here at Sambafoot, we’ll bring you all the information regarding the broadcasting rights of the 2024 Libertadores around the globe. Thus, all fans looking to enjoy these glorious nights will be able to do so via TV or online from their respective countries.


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Fortunately, the Libertadores currently has broadcasting rights well distributed around the world. Currently, and mainly thanks to streaming platforms, it is possible to enjoy matches of this competition in practically every corner of the globe. These are the channels and platforms that currently hold the rights:

South America

In South America, ESPN and its streaming platform, Star+, hold the rights in most countries in the region, broadcasting a good number of group stage games and practically all the knockout stage matches. In some countries such as Argentina, Fox Sports also hold broadcasting rights for several Libertadores fixtures.

In Brazil, ESPN and Paramount+ stand out as the best options to enjoy the tournament on TV and online.

Central America, North America, and the Caribbean

On the other hand, in much of Central America and North America, ESPN‘s dominance expands and continues to stand out as one of the best options to watch the competition in this part of the world.

In Central America and the Caribbean, both ESPN and Star+ are the preferred options. In Mexico, ESPN also broadcasts the Libertadores.

Things are different in the United States, where beIN Sports holds the broadcasting rights. Fubo is another option to catch all the action.

Europe and the rest of the world

In Spain, LaLiga+ is the best option to enjoy the Libertadores. In Africa, beIN Sports is the only platform that holds the broadcasting rights in up to 18 countries.

Zagallo documentary

Sambafoot Series has launched a new documentary about the football legend Zagallo. Known as ‘Velho Lobo’ and as superstitious as it gets, Zagallo helped shape what Brazilian football is nowadays – as a player and as a coach. The first and second episodes are available in Sambafoot’s Youtube channel and the series will receive weekly releases to tell this legend’s life story.