Argentine Football Association (AFA)

Torneos, the Argentinian rights agency, and Global Sports Rights Management, the agency that holds international broadcast rights to the top two Brazilian football leagues, have formed an alliance to commercialise…

A judge in a commercial court has thrown out the Argentinian Football Association’s appeal to overturn a ruling reinstating pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports’ rights to the nation’s top tier of pr…

Pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports broadcast the opening weekend of the top-tier Primera División league in Argentina after an injunction was issued.

Pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports has warned that it will use “all measures” at its disposal, including “legal and judicial action” following the termination of its rights agreement for Argentina’s Primera D…

Matías Lammens, Argentina’s minister for Sports and Tourism, has revealed that the national government is hopeful of a deal being reached to showcase club football matches on public-service television.

The Argentinian Football Association (AFA) and the newly-created Professional Football League (LPF) have cancelled pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports’ rights agreement for the Primera División, the to…

The Argentinian Football Association has launched a new over-the-top streaming platform providing archive footage and a variety of other national team content

Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has agreed a five-year deal with the Argentinian Football Association for the rights to global betting video and data across club competitions including…

The Argentine Football Association has reportedly extended its broadcast rights deal with media company Tele Red Imagen for the Nacional B and Primera B Metropolitana club competitions

Intervention from Grupo Clarín and Torneos helped ensure the joint bid from Fox and Turner won rights to Argentina’s Primera División.

Argentina’s Primera División is beset by uncertainty as a leaderless football association – its government funding withdrawn and a new season imminent – fields offers for its media rights and searches for a new president.

The Argentinian Football Association (AFA) has assumed control of marketing global rights to the domestic Primera Division under the government’s ‘Football for All’ scheme, according to La Nacion.

Deadlock in Argentine football rights talks could be broken by entry of new player.