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…

Sports data and technology company Genius Sports Group has agreed a long-term deal with the Argentinian Football Association (AFA) encompassing exclusive live data and integrity rights

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…

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 Argentine Football Association (AFA) has announced the creation of a new Professional Soccer League (LPF) to replace the existing Superliga after Claudio Tapia was re-elected as the president of the…

The Argentinian Football Association (AFA) has signed a new sponsorship deal with Cyprus-based CFD broker TradeATF

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

The Argentinian Football Association (AFA) is expected to this week make a decision on the award of a video assistant referee (VAR) technology supplier contract

Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay have formalised a pact to launch a joint bid for the 2030 Fifa World Cup, saying they are confident that the ongoing fallout from the corruption scandal within football in the Americas will not impact the effort.

Claudio Tapia, the chairman of Argentinian Primera B Metropolitana third-tier club Barracas Central, has been confirmed as the new president of the sport’s governing body in the country.

Argentina’s Primera Division will resume today (Thursday) after an agreement was reached to lift a players’ strike, while Fifa president Gianni Infantino has expressed his confidence that the Argentine Football Association (AFA) will avoid the threat of suspension.

The Argentine Football Association (AFA) has voted to change the traditional model for its domestic league to one that will resemble the system employed in European competitions.

Luis Segura has taken on the presidency of the Argentine Football Association (AFA) on an interim basis until October 2015.