February 14 – For the first time since 2018, the Copa Libertadores final will return to Buenos Aires after the Argentinian FA (AFA) confirmed on Tuesday that the country’s capital will host the showpiece match.
February 13 – Brazilian bank Caixa has refused a proposal by Corinthians to pay off the Neoquimica Arena, the club’s home ground since the 2014 World Cup.
February 7 – Men’s Olympic champions Brazil suffered a shock 1-0 defeat by Paraguay in South American qualifying for the Paris Games later this year, leaving their participation in danger.
February 2 – Rio de Janeiro club Botafogo have signed Brazilian winger Luiz Henrique from Real Betis in Spain for a Brazilian record fee, the club said Thursday.
January 12 – New Brazil manager Dorival Jr has asked supporters to rally behind the national team in a bid to get the team back on the rails and regain self-esteem.
January 11 – Dorival Jr has been officially confirmed as the new head coach of the Brazil national side after he left Sao Paulo earlier this week.
January 10 – International tradeshow Soccerex has added a new date and city to its calendar with the announcement of an event in March 2024 in Rio de Janeiro.
January 9 – FIFA will not sanction Brazil for political interference in the running of the federation after the return last week of Ednaldo Rodrigues to the CBF presidency, FIFA’s director of legal affairs Emilio Garcia has said.
January 9 – Brazilian giants Corinthians have signed a record R$370m (£59.8 million) shirt sponsorship deal with VaideBet.
January 7 – A four-time world champion and the first person to win the World Cup as both a player and a coach, Mario Zagallo has died at the age of 92.
January 8 – No Carlo Ancelotti and now no more Fernando Diniz. Brazil and their returning president Ednaldo Rodrigues have dismissed their interim manager after a run of poor results.
January 5 – Ednaldo Rodrigues has returned to chair Brazilian football following a provisional order by Brazilian justice Minister Gilmar Mendes that overturned a previous court order removing him from the CBF presidency.
January 5 – Betting operator Pixbet has expanded its partnership with leading Brazilian club Flamengo with a new two-year shirt sponsor deal.
January 3 – Brazil’s São Paulo has closed a R$ 25 million ($5 million) a year naming rights deal with confectionery giant Mondelez and its BIS chocolate brand.
January 2 – Brazil’s football presidential football elections are shaping up to be a two-horse race between Reinaldo Carneiro Bastos and Flavio Zweiter. FIFA, however, is sending a team to investigate the rudderless Confederation of Brazilian (CBF) as a signal that it won’t tolerate third-party interference in the running of the federation.