July 7 – Sportradar has won the rights to be Conmebol’s exclusive global audio and video betting data rights holder for its club competitions and a bulk of its national team championships.
July 6 – Fluminense coach Fernando Diniz will be Brazil’s new head coach on a one-year contract, serving as an interim ahead of the reported arrival of Carlo Ancelotti, who will fulfil his contractual obligations at Real Madrid despite failing to win La Liga or the Champions League last season.
June 21 – With a year to go until the kick-off the Copa America, Conmebol confirmed the dates of the tournament to be played from June 20 to July 14 in the summer of 2024 in the United States.
June 7 – Brazil are still keen on landing Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti as their new head coach, the Confederation of Brazilian Football (CBF) Ednaldo Rodrigues reconfirmed.
June 5 – A fan died after falling from a stand at the Argentinian club River Plate’s Mas Monumental stadium during Saturday’s game against Defensa y Justicia.
May 30 – Palmeiras coach Abel Ferreira is facing a potential suspension after snatching a journalist’s phone out of his hands. The Portuguese coach later apologised for the incident.
May 25 – Brazilian club Santos are in negotiation with Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) for a potential sale or stake in the club.
May 24 – In Brazil leading clubs are pushing to take control of all their media and commercial rights with the construction of a new league entity. In Chile, the desire for new and increased funding is similar though the professional league is following more of a European model.
May 22 – While Brazil has been plunged into a betting related match-fixing crisis, Argentinean clubs are moving deeper into the online gambling sponsorship market. Betsson has agreed a short sponsorship with Racing Club de Avellaneda for the 2023-24 season.
May 16 – The Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) have confirmed that legendary manager Marcelo Bielsa is the new coach of Uruguay.
May 11 – Brazilian state prosecutors have charged 16 people, including seven professional players, with alleged match-fixing and illegal betting.
May 5 – Brazil’s Bahia have become the latest club to join the City Football Group (CFG), the owners of English giants Manchester City.
May 2 – Chile’s president Gabriel Boric has intervened after the local derby between Universidad de Chile and Universidad Catolica was abandoned on Sunday due to fan disorder.
April 28 – On Sunday, Jose Chilavert will be running in the Paraguayan presidential elections, but his polling numbers in the single digits suggest that his bid will likely flop.
April 28 – Fluminense and Flamengo have successfully defended their right to manage the Maracanã Stadium, as a Rio court dismissed Vasco da Gama’s request for the state government to open up bids for provisional management of the stadium.