Bolivia

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.

Fifa has today (Thursday) handed a life ban to Romer Osuna, former treasurer and member of the Executive Committee of the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol), in the latest sanction relating…

South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) treasurer Carlos Chavez has been fired from his role as president of the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF) after being hit with corruption charges.

Peru has stepped in to the void left by Chile’s withdrawal as a regular host of the Dakar Rally, by securing the rights to stage the opening rounds of the 2016 edition of the annual motorsport event.

The South American Sports Organisation (ODESUR) has announced the appointment of the Bolivian city of Cochabamba as the host of the 2018 South American Games.

The 12 stadiums set to host the Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup will offer free Wi-Fi access to spectators during the competition with the aim of relieving pressure from 3G and 4G mobile networks in and around the venues.

Bolivia will become the 28th country to host the motorsport’s historic Dakar Rally after Peru was dropped from the 2014 edition of the race.

The IRB’s weekly magazine programme ‘Total Rugby’ has increased its global reach to more than 77 million households worldwide, and arrived in a fifth continent.

Terrestrial broadcaster Channel 4 has acquired the UK TV rights to soccer tournament Copa Libertadores 2004, South America’s equivalent to Europe’s Champions League.

Brazil is set to get a clear run at hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup after it secured the all-important support of the South American Football Federation (CSF).

South American football directors will meet today to discuss the idea of creating yet another new tournament to replace the doomed the Merconorte and Mercosur cups, which face extinction after only four years.

Congressmen probing suspected corruption and maladministration in Brazilian soccer said on Thursday they had found irregularities in the accounts of the country's football confederation.

Costa Rica will take the place of Canada in the Copa America after Canada pulled out because it did not have time to prepare for the hastily rearranged competition.

Soccer tournament the Copa America finally kicks off in Colombia on Wednesday after weeks of furious argument over when and where it should be played but, as the action starts, ordinary fans may be asking what the fuss was about.

Honduras has stated it will take part in Copa America, replacing Argentina after the South American side pulled out for security reasons of the tournament hosted by Colombia.

Colombia is hoping to stage a new soccer tournament to fill the void left by the postponed Copa America.

Europe's leading soccer leagues have taken on world governing body FIFA about releasing players for the controversial Confederations' Cup in January.

FIFA are looking into the possibility of rescheduling the Confederations Cup from January to August 1999 after world champions France withdrew last month.

US soccer fans will be able to watch live television coverage of two South American World Cup qualifying matches thanks to a pay-per-view deal with In-Demand.

Internet portal SportsYA.com has launched an interactive sports TV programme with Argentine TV network Azul TV.

Colombia will host next month's Copa America as planned despite a recent spate of bombings there, according to South American Football Confederation (CSF) officials.