The CONMEBOL Libertadores Single Final, a world reference event

The CONMEBOL Libertadores Single Final, a world reference event

The match between Palmeiras and Santos at the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro can be followed live by 191 countries

The CONMEBOL Libertadores Single Final, to be played on January 30th between Palmeiras and Santos at the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), will once again become a first level event not only in the Continent, but globally. The match, which will crown the champion of America, can be followed live in 191 countries around the world, which represent 99% of the world population (7 billion people).

The CONMEBOL and its commercial partners’ performance is reflected in unprecedented coverage. The Single Final will be watched in Brazil through SBT and Fox Sports, while in the rest of South America fans will be able to enjoy it on Fox Sports and through the CONMEBOL Libertadores Facebook Watch channel.

Beyond the Continent, worldwide fans will be able to follow the match thanks to the international agreements reached by CONMEBOL and its commercial partners. From Mexico and Central America with Claro to China with CCTV, including Italy, Spain, Germany and Switzerland with DAZN, Portugal: Sport TV, Russia: Match TV, and the United Kingdom with BBC. CONMEBOL Libertadores Single Final will be broadcasted by beIN Sports for the United States, Middle East and North Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

The CONMEBOL Libertadores Single Final will be followed live on commercial flights through the Sport 24 channel for the second consecutive year. Likewise, the audience from 106 countries will be able to enjoy the CONMEBOL Libertadores Single Final live thanks to an understanding with Endeavor Streaming, via an exclusive website for the 2020 Final: http://live.conmebollibertadores.com.

The coverage that a #FinalDeOtroMundo deserves. The CONMEBOL Libertadores defining match will be played in strict compliance with health protocols. However, on the initiative of CONMEBOL Libertadores and the clubs, the fans will be a close presence in Maracana and will be able to help in the fight against Covid-19. There will be symbolic tickets, 20 Reais each, and the proceeds will be donated to institutions fighting the pandemic. Another action is the ‘Battle of Hashtags’, which will define the colors of the lighting in Maracanã – alviverde or albinegra – according to the social media fans posts.

The CONMEBOL Libertadores Single Final between Palmeiras and Santos concludes a season affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. A year in which, despite the difficulties, 100% of the entire competition has been delivered, being CONMEBOL the only Confederation in the world which has managed to complete the number of scheduled matches and celebrate its club competitions in their original format.