Bolivian Primera División
The Bolivian Football Federation (FBF) has announced that telco Telecel submitted the highest bid in the most recent tender for media rights to Bolivian club football, bidding over $12m (€9.9m) per season.
A media rights deal between the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF) and the Sports TV Rights agency – which is set to expire at the end of this year – should be extended into 2021, according to FBF exe…
Bolivian football club Bolívar has raised concerns over the invitation to tender issued by the country’s football association (FBF), saying that the conditions laid out in the process are not “equal” to all…
The Bolivian Football Federation (FBF) has cancelled its broadcast rights tender for club competitions, with a new process expected to be drawn up
Four of Bolivia’s leading football clubs have signalled their intention not to participate in a broadcast rights tender process planned by the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF).
The Bolivian Football Association’s (FBF) general director Freddy Téllez has said that the invitation to tender for the nation’s top tier of domestic football will continue, despite a concrete offer havi…
The 14 Bolivian Primera Divisíon sides are weighing up whether to accept a 10-year media-rights proposal worth $100m (€88.7m
Sports agency SportTV Rights has rejected claims made by the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF) that it was not supplying the rights fee payments to the country top-tier Primera División.
The executive committee of the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF) is to take over control of negotiation of broadcast rights to the country’s top-tier Primera División.
Bolivian league vice-president Robert Blanco has claimed that incumbent rights-holder Sport TV Rights has submitted a $23m (€21m) offer for the exclusive rights to the league from 2021 to 2024.
The Bolivian Football Federation is progressing with its media-rights sales process for the country’s top-tier football league, launching an invitation to tender process.
Mexican sports rights agency Sports Marketing Monterrey has reportedly submitted an offer of $50m (€45.2m) for the broadcast rights to Bolivia’s top-tier Primera División football league.