Campeonato Brasileiro Serie B

A group of 25 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and Série B teams have formed a new organisation designed to drive forward talks on the future direction of club football in Brazil.

Media platform OneFootball has furthered its commitment to Brazilian club football by agreeing a deal with media group Globo to provide highlights from Campeonato Brasileirão Série A and Série B, along wi…

A group of eight Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and Série B clubs have endorsed the formation of ‘Libra’, a new body proposed to represent the 40 teams competing in the top two tiers of domestic football and o…

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has filed a request to terminate a contract with the Sport Promotion agency for the rights to market perimeter board advertising across Campeonato Brasileiro…

Javier Tebas, the president of Spain’s LaLiga, has met with executives from clubs in the Brasileiro Campeonato Série A and Série B to discuss a new collective rights model and investment strategies for…

Miami-based alternative investment firm 777 Partners is to broaden its portfolio of football clubs after agreeing a deal to acquire Vasco da Gama, in what is being touted as the largest such transaction…

Brazil’s LiveMode agency and 1190 Sports, the international broadcast rights-holder to Brazil’s top two football leagues, have combined to propose taking over commercial management of the leagues with a m…

Brazilian football has officially entered into a new era as President Jair Bolsonaro signed off on a bill that significantly revamps the broadcast rights marketplace

“Lei do Mandante”, a bill that is set to shake up the Brazilian football rights market, has been approved by the country’s Federal Senate. T

Brazilian media group Globo has sought to reassure the country’s 40 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and Série B football clubs that it remains committed to the sport amid impending changes to the way in …

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has said it will analyse a proposal put forward by a group of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A clubs to create an independent league body.

Support is building for a decree introduced by Brazil’s President, Jair Bolsonaro, which markedly alters the media-rights landscape for the country’s football clubs, with 16 teams backing a manifesto in …

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has opened up a credit line worth up to R$115m (€21.2m/$23.8

Global Sports Rights Management, the agency set up by Latin American sports rights executives, is poised to secure the international broadcast rights to Brazilian football’s top two leagues after being c…

Clubs from Brazilian football’s top two leagues are to meet on Friday with a view to finally awarding the international broadcast, betting streaming and data rights.

Social media company Facebook has enhanced its position in the football market by agreeing content deals with 11 of the leading football clubs in Brazil